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Ashley Judd Goes On a Feminist Rant About a TSA Worker

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2017 Ashley Judd is a little bizarre, to say the least.  This weekend was no different.  Judd began a Facebook Live stream in an act of defiance for “everyday sexism”.

I was coming through security and a guy said “Hey sweetheart” and I said, “I’m not your sweetheart. I am your client.”

Yes, we are the TSA’s “clients” according to Ashley Judd.  The man also allegedly complimented her dress.  Then, when Judd was talking to a female employee, the man apparently touched her.  However, it was not revealed why or in what context.

As she was leaving, the man said “Have a good day, sweetheart.”

At this point, she morphed into a triggered feminist.

Watch her first video:

The video received almost 2 million views, but the top comment of that video is amazing.

I worked for this woman on several occasions and she is truly a miserable person. I was a chauffeur for a limousine company and I’d often have to pick her up from the airport and take her home. She didn’t like to acknowledge anyone that wasn’t busy justifying her self-importance…recounting her tales of woe, and flattering herself for all she was doing for a charity involving people that had been traumatized under such circumstances.

Ms. Judd continued to update her viewers on the situation.

She added a recap of her talk with the manager:

Some people were responsive to the actress’s reaction.  Others thought it was over-the-top.

From Shanna Horton McGee:

I’m a 54 year old married woman from Texas. And I would be flattered if I was called sweetheart. I was raised to see that as a form of respect. Proud to be a Texan!

My personal favorite:

You tried to get a working man fired for calling you sweetheart.  He probably makes $12 an hour and has to support his family. You are the epitome of an entitled elitist and you are not doing women any favors.

If you haven’t been paying attention to Judd’s career lately, don’t worry.  Not many have.  But we’ll bring you up to speed.

One week prior to Trump’s inauguration, she claimed to be fighting white priviledge by targeting emojis on social media.  She demanded emojis start off as black rather than their default yellow.  In her very warped mind, the default yellow is just another way of being “white”.

The day after the inauguration, she delivered a widely ridiculed speech at The Women’s Protest.

It’s readily apparent that Ashley Judd is an out-of-touch elitist.  Yet another celebrity lining up to claim she is for the everyday people.  It’s all a sad attempt to get publicity and stay relevant.

Judd’s career is dwindling.  With no PR team to filter her, we’re finally realizing what a nutcase she is.

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