Some familiar big names are popping up behind the first project from the Clintons’ new HiddenLight studio.
The international project set alarm bells off with those paying attention.
Because Chelsea and Hillary Clinton may have just exposed what their new movie studio is really all about.
Brace yourself for a serious case of deja vu.
Hillary Clinton is reinventing herself in time for a 2024 run.
Much like the Clinton Global Foundation prior to her failed 2016 campaign, Hillary’s latest venture looks like nothing more than a pay-to-play international campaign cash grab.
This time she’s getting paid to reshape culture.
Clinton, along with her daughter Chelsea, launched a movie studio called HiddenLight last fall.
Now their United Kingdom based venture has picked up it’s first piece of business: an eight-part series called “Inside the Superbrands.”
According to Variety which was—no-doubt strategically— given the exclusive inside scoop, the series will feature Britain’s, “most iconic brands, such as Kellogg’s, Heinz and Guinness, and how they’ve become a part of the country’s cultural identity.”
Now, why do you suppose the Clinton ladies would set up shop on the other side of the pond?
Notice anything else unusual?
Not only are two out of the three brands mentioned American, but their largest stakeholders also happen to be some of Hillary’s biggest cheerleaders.
It just so happens that the Kellogg W. K. Foundation Trust is the largest owner of Kellogg company stock with 17.29% of the company’s shares valued at more than $3.7 billion.
In the years leading up to Clinton’s last run for president the foundation contributed millions to the Center for American Progress (CAP).
In fact, the left-wing think tank started by Clinton loyalists John Podesta and Harold Ickes got more than five million for their work at CAP from the W.K. Kellogg foundation between 2013 and 2017.
Of course, Heinz stands out as a company with links to American leftists due to John Kerry’s wife Theresa Heinz.
But what you might not know is that the brand has traveled through a complicated web of publicly owned American businesses that leaves Warren Buffett as the person most likely to benefit from a bit of free publicity.
Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway owns 26.6% of Kraft Heinz which is worth more than $11.9 billion. (Yep, they’re making a killing on the average family’s grocery store run).
Of course, Warren Buffet, who is now worth around $108.6 billion doesn’t really need any free publicity to sell more ketchup, but he is famously practical.
No doubt hawking anything near and dear to his heart is a brilliant move on Clinton’s part—especially if she decides to run for President again, something that looks increasingly likely.
Back in 2016 Buffet not only threw his support behind Clinton, he endorsed her, helped her campaign in his home state of Nebraska, and even spoke at one of her campaign events in Omaha.
Regardless of whether Clinton’s television efforts impress her supporters—or give them a legal place to funnel money into the Clinton coffers—her media-related work is already paying off.
On a recent episode of The View Sara Haines gave a dewy-eyed pitch to get Hillary on the 2024 ticket.
“I’m kind of someone who can’t get over a breakup. I love Hillary Clinton. I voted for her the first time,” Haines said. “And with her book and her documentary, with every day that passes, I just love her more. And so sometimes I do dream of a world under President Hillary Clinton. And I can’t get past that.”
Unfortunately, the rest of us can’t seem to get past having Hillary thrust in front of us either—no matter how desperately we want to pretend the Clinton era is over for good.
The 74-year-old seems to be committed to haunting us for as many years as she has left.
And even if she doesn’t win, she always has her mini-me, Chelsea, waiting in the wings.
Culture Watch News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.