First, they would play the victims, as they have shamefully done ever since Alec Baldwin accidentally shot dead cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his movie “Rust.”
Second, they would cynically use their children as a protective PR shield at the same time as they demanded privacy for those same children.
Third, Hilaria would once again adopt that fake Spanish accent she deploys for no apparent reason — she’s not Spanish — other than an apparent weird penchant for cultural-linguistic appropriation.
Hilaria emerged from their New York apartment in an attention-seeking sweatshirt with the word “Empathy” emblazoned across it.
It was also an attention-diverting sweatshirt designed to distract waiting media from seeing her husband, who slipped away unnoticed.
Hilaria then did what she often does and lectured the reporters and photographers about invading her family’s privacy.
I wonder if the Baldwins’ seven children have other questions for her, like, “Mommy, why do you and Daddy keep asking the media to protect our privacy when you two both constantly invade ours on social media to enhance your brands?”
I doubt it, because most of them aren’t old enough to understand just how often, and how cynically, the Baldwins use them as PR tools.
Hilaria’s Instagram account, followed by a million people, is almost exclusively devoted to photos and videos of her children whom she insists she wants the media to leave alone.
imagine using your kids to promote yourself on social media right after your wife orders the media to leave those kids alone?
But then, that’s the Baldwin way, isn’t it?
Hypocrisy and tone-deaf delusion follow them around like a buzzard on a bison’s backside.
From the start of this scandal, they have consistently tried to portray themselves as the real victims of a tragedy that took the life of a beautiful young woman, devastating her own family.