There is no one more hypocritical and narcissistic than a Hollyweirdo.
In an interview with The Telegraph‘s fawning Celia Walden, actress Sharon Stone, 62, whose claim to fame is the brief shot of her crotch in the 1992 movie Basic Instinct, urged her followers to vote for Biden.
As reported by the sycophantic Walden:
Stone urged her followers to “vote to live” – for Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris – and ended with the rallying cry: “With women in power, we will fight for our families.”
“Vote to live”?
Tell that to the unborn whose abortion Biden and the Demonrat Party approves up to the point of birth.
The slogan instead more accurately should be “Vote for murder” or “Vote for death”.
Stone is proud of flashing her beaver in Basic Instinct. She pats herself on her back, calling herself courageous, and that exposing her crotch was an empowering strike for feminism. She said:
“It was a real sociological game-changer. And of course it took a lot of heat, as anything that changes the game does. Any time you’re really a tiger, any time you step out and do something different, you take a lot of heat. But it was worth it. It made such a difference in terms of the way we view women in film. Even the way women actually get to direct is so different now. I don’t think women had a voice in film before really.”
Stone is so proud of flashing her beaver that she, a 62-year-old woman with three adopted sons ages 20, 15, 14, that she posed like this for The Telegraph‘s photog Michael Muller.
Sharon Stone claims she belongs to Mensa, and has a genius-level I.Q. of 156, higher than that of Abraham Lincoln!
Alas, Mensa has no records of Sharon Stone being a member.
Despite popular belief, Sharon Stone is not a member of Mensa. After she started to get a reputation as a bubbly blonde, Sharon told reporters that she was so smart that she belonged to [Mensa,] the society that only admits people who score in the top two percent of their intelligence test. She maintained the story until 2002, when Jim Blackstone, Mensa’s national marketing director, called her out. After admitting that she wasn’t actually a member, she claimed that she did, however, go to a Mensa school. Blackstone says that couldn’t be true either, because no Mensa schools have existed since the early 1960s – Stone was born in 1958.