“We’re not going to do that here!” Actress Cynthia Nixon tells the New Hampshire crowd of Bernie Sanders to stop the shout of Hillary Clinton
- Actress Cynthia Nixon put an end to the audience of Bernie Sanders at the University of New Hampshire because of the shout of Hillary Clinton
- “Oh no, oh no, oh no, oh no, we’re not going to do that here,” the “Sex and the City” actress told Monday night
- Nixon endorsed Sanders on Friday and campaigned for him in Granite State on Monday on the eve of the New Hampshire primary
- Nixon had told the public that she supported Clinton in 2016, which prompted the anger
- “And let me tell you, I listened to Bernie four years ago and I loved what he said,” Nixon also said
Actress Cynthia Nixon told a hockey court full of supporters from Bernie Sanders to stop buoying with Hillary Clinton, after the star ‘Sex and the City’ told the crowd that she had supported the former state secretary in 2016 as president.
“Oh no, oh no, oh no, oh no, we’re not going to do that here,” Nixon said, while a chorus of angry echoes around the Whittemore Center at the University of New Hampshire Monday night.
Nixon silenced the crowd and explained why she liked Clinton – she would be the first female president. “And I thought she was unbeatable,” Nixon admitted. “And let me tell you, I listened to Bernie four years ago and I loved what he said,” she added.
Actress Cynthia Nixon told a crowd of Senator Bernie Sanders not to boo – after she mentioned how she had supported the former presidential state aid in 2016
Nixon has since felt the Bern.
Monday night’s rally – with the Strokes and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – marked Nixon’s first full day on the campaign track on behalf of Sanders, whom she endorsed by video on Friday.
Nixon is no stranger to the progressive politics that in 2018 was left by Democratic incumbent Andrew Cuomo for the governor of New York.
And although her best-known character is the sarcastic super-lawyer Miranda Hobbes in ‘Sex and the City’, she gushed about Sanders like the more crazy character Charlotte York.
‘You know, did you ever do this, did you ever think, I’d love to fall in love. I’d like to meet them, “she asked the crowd. “And you list what that person might look like?”
In short, in politics, Sanders complied with the law, just like “my wife,” Nixon said with great cheers.
“That’s the thing with Bernie, we love him and we want to fight for him,” Nixon argued.
Clinton was also booed at an event for Sanders in Iowa, at the insistence of Rep. Rashida Tlaib, one of the members of the so-called team.
Tlaib allowed the audience to hop over to Clinton about comments made by the 2016 nominee in a documentary about Sanders, which said that “no one liked Vermont’s senator.”
The Michigan Democrat later apologized for her actions, which had rocked Clinton allies and exacerbated tensions within the parties.
Voters at New Hamphire events have feared the 2020 candidates that a divided party will not be able to beat Trump.
The party was divided in 2016 over a difficult primary between Clinton and Sanders. Sanders eventually supported Clinton, and went on the campaign track for her.