(Before It's News)
Liberal Hollyweird actress Lena Dunham has a very vivid imagination. She’s said many things that were either not true or just downright made-up stories coming from her dramatic, twisted brain. For example:
- In 2014, Dunham wrote in her book that she raped by an acquaintance in college. She said his name was “Barry.” After being called out by Breitbart, Lena had to backtrack and apologize. Dunham clarified that ‘Barry’ was just a pseudonym she designed to protect the identity of her attacker, who she never meant to identify in the story. Instead, she says she wrote the essay to bring comfort to other victims like herself and that she intends to continue raising awareness of the issue of sexual assault on college campuses.
- Back in September, Dunham assumed a man seated with her at the Met Gala wasn’t interested in her because he was on his phone. Dunham was seated near Odell Beckham (a football player), and she claimed he was looking at his cellphone instead of her because he found her sexually unappealing. She had to apologize, again.
Dunham’s apology to Beckham
So did we really believe Dunham would keep her word about Trump’s election?
Back in April, Dunham said she would move to Canada if Trump was elected.
Lena said this: “I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will,” the Girls star, 29, said, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there.”
Turns out she’s not moving to Canada after all. Shocker, not.
The day before Thanksgiving, she posted this letter on her Instagram account:
Remember Lena, #LoveTrumpsHate!