Lena Dunham wants to enlighten me and the 53% of white women who voted for President Trump

Friday on ABC’s “The View,” actress Lena Dunham said:

“a part of feminism” is almost like “being a parent” and that the white women who voted for Donald Trump need to be enlightened “with the rhetoric of self-empowerment.”

DUNHAM: 

I think it’s really important to remember that it is an incredible problem that 53% of women in this country — 53% of white women in this country voted for Donald Trump which means that they’re not only voting against the interests of their sisters, of women who may not look like them, who they may not understand but whose rights are just as important, but also remember that they are in that case voting against their own best interest. 

To me a part of feminism — it’s almost like being a parent to a teenager where they’re so mad at you, they think you’re such a piece of crap and you’re like, I know you hate me right now but the reason I’m doing this is because I love you and I want us all to be safe.



BEHAR: 

“But those women to their defense, believe he’s going to bring back jobs, a lot of them, because they’re voting for their husbands and their family. How do you respond to that?”
DUNHAM: 

“I think what’s really hard, obviously it pains me as a caucasian women to think about how many women didn’t think about women who looked different or had different life experiences than them. 

They didn’t look outside their own back yard when they made the choice to vote for Donald Trump.
BEHAR: In their own back yard there are no jobs.
DUNHAM: But what I was going to say is that —
FARIS: Without food on the table it’s hard for them to see another perspective when they’re clearing no money and to pay for their healthcare. Do you know what I’m saying?
DUNHAM:

 I’m sorry to interrupt you. I was raised not to do that.
FARIS: No, no no I’m sorry. I actually interrupted you. I’m sorry.
DUNHAM:

 I think it’s really important–Of course I understand what you’re saying. I also think it’s really important to understand so many women aren’t raised with the rhetoric of self-empowerment. 

The messages they’re hearing from Donald Trump may be very similar to the messages they’ve always heard from their fathers, from their brothers, from their husbands. They haven’t been given the message that they do matter. And so, while I think we have an incredible amount of work to do with enlightening those women, I also have sympathy for the societal structures that keep them from understanding what they need to keep themselves safe.

Lena,

Feminism is guilty of promulgating a worldwide genocide against families.

Millions of couples have chosen to abort their little ones and birth control their way out of the God Given responsibilities that accompany sexual behavior.

Please… keep talking to the 53% of us who chose to vote for President Trump, so everyone can see clearly what a hedonistic sexually perverted feminist condescending to her “teenage sisters” looks like.

You make it very easy for everyone to identify the deadly and disgusting results of feminist theory.

Your “Girls” TV shows legacy of dead babies, broken hearts, STD’S, fractured relationships, and sexual degeneracy will be one of a huge number of women entering middle age alone and crippled with the physical and emotional disease that accompanies poor life decisions.

I would feel sorry for you, but when I think about the millions of young women who have watched and been influenced by your poor example of womanhood, I simply despise you.

Please, keep scolding Trump voters.

In 16 years when President Pence is winding up his presidency, we can all have a good chuckle about the good ol days when degenerate Lena Dunham was taken seriously by some morons in the press.

Jenny Hatch

PS In 16 years I will be basking in the long term eternal glory of grandchildren and The Legacy of Trumps sound economic policies that will ensure prosperity for those willing to play by the rules and follow the law.

Unless if you Repent and Come Unto Christ I see you hopelessly flipping through reruns of your “groundbreaking show” wondering where all of your political influence and popularity went.

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