Lena Dunham Admits To Massive, Absolutely DESPICABLE Lie

Ashley (Kimber)

We haven’t heard all that much from Lena Dunham lately. I think most leftists with a shred of brain matter realized she did far more harm to their cause than she ever did good, so they’ve stopped holding her up as the feminist hero they once did.

Remember when a woman accused Lena’s friend of raping her, and Lena said she had “insider information” that proved it was all a lie?

Well, I think this should be enough to seal her coffin forever, because she’s admitting to being an even bigger fraud than we thought possible:

She made it all up.

“Believe all women” unless they accuse your friends, in which case you should make up crap about them that entirely tarnishes their credibility.

She revealed this during her stint as a guest editor for The Hollywood Reporter:

I’m sorry… how is she being praised for this?

It’s as bad as you think:

And so I made a terrible mistake. When someone I knew, someone I had loved as a brother, was accused, I did something inexcusable: I publicly spoke up in his defense. There are few acts I could ever regret more in this life. I didn’t have the “insider information” I claimed but rather blind faith in a story that kept slipping and changing and revealed itself to mean nothing at all. I wanted to feel my workplace and my world were safe, untouched by the outside world (a privilege in and of itself, the privilege of ignoring what hasn’t hurt you) and I claimed that safety at cost to someone else, someone very special.

She made crap up about 17-year-old woman who may have been raped to defend her friend.

And even her supporters seem to have had enough of her disgusting behavior.

Meanwhile, Lena seems completely oblivious to the fact she’s ENTIRELY done:

Good riddance, Lena.

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