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Dan Gainor: 'Madame Secretary' Makes Hillary Look 'Superhuman'

By    |   Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 01:19 PM

The new television show "Madame Secretary," which is supposed to be based on the tenure of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, remakes Clinton's image and puts her in a much better light than the reality, says Dan Gainor of the Media Research Center.

"They are taking the entire Hillary Clinton time as secretary of state and redoing it to make her look smarter, prettier, younger, more competent and almost superhuman," Gainor told J.D. Hayworth and Miranda Khan on "America's Forum" on Newsmax TV Tuesday.

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"Everything from being brilliant at languages ... to being almost Tiger Woods-esque at golf," he explained.

This is not the first television series depicting a female president. "Commander in Chief," which ran from 2005 to 2006 starred Geena Davis as president.

"What they were trying to do and what they keep trying to do is create an artificial biography to promote Hillary," he said.

NBC is planning to debut "State of Affairs" in November featuring a black female president, starring Alfre Woodard and Katherine Heigl.

"Hillary has not declared yet, but these are all contributions in tying to her campaign," Gainor contends.

"We saw this with 'West Wing' where at the end helped create the fictional biography that we then saw deployed as Obama," he explained.

Even though some of the creators have tried to deny that "Madame Secretary" is about Clinton, the vice president of business and culture for Media Research Center doesn't buy it.

He says that actor Morgan Freeman, who is one of the executive producers for the show, "was watching the Benghazi hearings when he came up with this idea for a show."

"He was watching Hillary's performance," Gainor alleges. "When the rest of the nation was appalled by Hillary saying 'what does it matter, why did they kill our ambassador?' He was actually coming up with a TV pilot based on her."

Tea Leoni, the actress who plays the fabled Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord in the CBS series, was apparently modeled after Hillary Clinton and Kirsten Gillibrand because they wanted to find somebody younger and more appealing to people."


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