Skip to comments.'I've had my phone tapped': Susan Sarandon claims 'government is watching her'...
Posted on 04/24/2012 1:01:11 AM PDT by Mad Dawgg
'I've had my phone tapped': Susan Sarandon claims 'government is watching her'... and reveals she was denied White House security clearance
Actress and left-wing activist Susan Sarandon has claimed she was recently denied security clearance for a visit to the White House - and that the government has been tapping her phone.
The Oscar winner, who has vehemently condemned the war in Iraq, made the claims on Sunday during a Q&A session at the Tribeca Film Festival - an 11-day event in New York's Lower Manhattan.
One audience member asked whether Sarandon, who was answering questions alongside documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, believed she was under surveillance by the government.
We know we're under surveillance,' Sarandon said: 'Ive had my phone tapped.'
She added: 'I was denied a security clearance to go to the White House and I dont know why.' She asked the audience member jokingly: 'Do you know why?'
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She’s been tapped alright..A couple thousand times by the look of her
Well, as a famous FReeper would say... 'I'd hit It'(1)
Anywho what I did find interesting in this was that Tim Robbins dumped, or left her. I knew that the big age differences would eventually take its toll. (aka: who wants to be with an old broad?)
(1) Paging Laz. an 'I'd Hit It' ping :-)
I bet she just got knocked off a whole bunch of lists in the entertainment world.
A terror threat in her own mind.
She was warned: Contribute more money to my reelection campaign. Stop being such a tightwad.
Yes....some jokes DO write themselves : )
With those bug eyes she has to be Marty Feldman’s sister.
What a drama queen. Stop breaking the Prozacs in half!
Thanks Mad Dawgg.
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