Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and two-time failed Democrat candidate for president, is warning Hollywood to push climate change harder because it “especially” hurts the children.

Clinton recently announced the rebranding of the Clinton Foundation’s Too Small to Fail program, now aiming to scaremonger to small children about climate change. Clinton hopes that Hollywood will jump in and join her new initiative and infuse even more climate change doggerel into TV and movies. And she is dedicating some of her child-focused program to offering “science-based” resources to film and TV creators.

The Clinton Foundation has reinvented itself many times over the years and is a perennial slush fund for Bill, Hillary, and their daughter, and Hollywood has always had an open-door policy for the former political powerhouse Clinton gang.

“The Clinton Foundation has always been about pay to play,” said Peter Schweizer, author of Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary. “That is why donations dropped dramatically after Hillary’s loss in 2016. It is hard to see what the Clintons possibly have to ‘sell’ at this point—even for Hollywood.”

Clinton explained her latest scam to the Hollywood Reporter in an article presented as an “interview” but what was obviously no such thing. It is painfully obvious that the paper submitted their questions to Hillary’s office and her staffers wrote out “Hillary’s answers” to them, and then the paper pretended it was an “interview.”

Clinton probably had no idea the exchange between her office and the Hollywood Reporter even took place.

So, in the faux “interview,” Clinton claimed that not enough people know about climate change and she hopes Hollywood will focus more on the subject.

“There’s now research on this topic, but most people are not aware at all,” Clinton exclaimed, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She went on top insist that small children are especially vulnerable to extreme heat, stronger storms and wildfires.

“Our hope is that we can help people make the connections between children’s mental and physical health and the impact of climate change,” Clinton said.

The Clinton Foundation has already served as a consultant on TV series including Orange Is the New Black, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and This Is Us.

After the program’s earlier work on childhood development, Clinton told the Reporter, “This time, we went back out to talk to the community about the impact of climate change and to raise awareness of the very adverse impact on young children’s healthy development. Little kids aren’t just small adults, they have a much more vulnerable reaction to extreme heat or pollution from wildfires, whatever it might be.”

Clinton went on to praise the canceled series, Madame President, for imposing climate change topics on its plots, and was also thrilled that children’s classic Sesame Street does, as well.

She also insisted that showrunners can inject climate alarmism into their shows and “still be entertaining.”

“You can have a climate change narrative that is factual and entertaining and effectively communicates awareness and information to people,” Clinton said.

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