Hillary Clinton is back on the campaign trail — not for the presidency, but in the pursuit of Oscars justice for Greta Gerwig, Margot Robbie, and 2023’s Barbie.Fellow soldiers include horror writer Stephen King, pioneering athlete Billie Jean King, actor John Stamos, and… the founder of common sense gun reform group Moms Demand Action, Shannon Watts. You might be wondering how all these minds came together to agree that the Academy Award nominations for Best Director and Best Actress should include the billion-dollar icons. Yesterday (Jan. 23), after a measly eight nominations were announced for the blockbuster, mass hysteria took hold of fans of the film. SEE ALSO: ‘Barbie’ fans shocked: Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie got snubbed by Oscars To many, the omission of Gerwig and Robbie’s names felt like a slap in the face — an obvious, maybe even intentional, “snub” to the most popular movie of the year. It seemed to rub people the wrong way given the pro-woman, feminist messaging of the film, especially as co-star Ryan Gosling picked up a nomination for his role as Barbie’s Ken. It should be noted that Gerwig received a nomination alongside her co-writer Noah Baumbach for Best Adapted Screenplay and Robbie for Best Picture as the executive producer of Barbie. The Academy awarded the other star of the film, America Ferrera, with a nomination for Best Supporting Actress.Following the Oscars announcement, others recoiled at the Barbie attention, some arguing that the film itself wasn’t deserving of Academy consideration and that…The Oscars social media frenzy fundamentally misunderstands 'Barbie'