RUSH: The creative geniuses at Netflix have come up with a new series, and it’s not from the Obamas who are now Netflix producers. I think fthe record, the Obamas wouldn’t touch this project with a ten-foot pole.
“Girls on the Bus” is about four fictional female journalists as they hit the campaign trail, covering fictional presidential candidates. Now, while following the candidates, these female journalists find “friendship, love [kissy sound], and a scandal.” According to the PR hype, this “scandal“ could supposedly take down the presidency – and our entire democracy.
The story line was inspired by… What do you think? It was inspired by Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign as covered by Amy Chozick, a reporter-ette for the New York Times. “Girls on the Bus” is adapted from her novel, “Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns, and One Intact Glass Ceiling.”
The Netflix series is described as a coming-of-age romantic-comedy set on the campaign trail or something like that. Since it’s based on Hillary, it can’t be purposely funny, but it’s gotta be scandal-ridden.
For those of you reluctant to watch an entire series about Mrs. Clinton, try this: Just tune in to the last episode. If it’s even loosely connected to reality, you‘ll enjoy watching what happens on election night. She will lose — and her mind — just like the real Hillary Clinton turned out to do in real life. We can hope.