Susan Sarandon: 'I Don't Vote With My Vagina'

Zach Montanaro | November 4, 2016
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Actress Susan Sarandon was recently interviewed by Evan Davis on the BBC and was pressed about her continued refusal to vote for Hillary Clinton when she gave an interesting answer.

“I don’t vote with my vagina,” Sarandon eventually told Davis.

Davis had been pressing Sarandon if the prospect of electing the first female president in U.S history would be enough to sway her to vote for Clinton. Sarandon said it wouldn’t.

“There are great women that I admire that have headed nations. You've had a woman. I didn't know how you felt about that. But I don't vote with my vagina.”

Sarandon was referring to new British Prime Minister Theresa May, who took over in July after former PM David Cameron resigned following the Brexit vote.

Sarandon was a vocal supporter of Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primaries, and has refused to vote for Clinton once she won the nomination.

“Fear of Donald Trump is not enough for me to support Clinton, with her record of corruption,” Sarandon stated, instead stating her continued support for Green Party nominee Jill Stein.

The actress claimed it is important for a new party to come forward, feeling that the reason America is in the “mess” it is in today is because Americans have been voting “the lesser of two evils” for so long.

Despite this, Sarandon did think that Clinton was going to win the election due in part to having “all the press, all the networks, the newspapers, everyone” pulling for her. That would fall in line with a recent poll that found just over 75 percent of Americans feel the media want Clinton to win the election.

You can see the full interview below:



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