It’s finally happened. SJWs have turned on themselves

“An American author is calling for women of colour to separate themselves from Girls creator Lena Dunham, accusing her of “well known racism”.

What We Lose author Zinzi Clemmons has announced on Twitter that she will no longer be writing for Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner’s online feminist weekly newsletter Lenny Letter.”

Oh dear. So what happened?

“In a Tweet on Saturday (local time) Clemmons wrote she has known Dunham since their college years, and the two share overlapping social circles.

During that time, Clemmons says she “avoided those people like the plague because of their racism,” adding, “I’d call their strain ‘hipster-racism,’ which typically uses sarcasm as a cover.””

Heh, one of the “mean” girls.

For those who don’t know Dunham is a modern feminist and like the queen of the millennials. She makes a TV show called “Girls” and also wrote a book containing some, “questionable” content, but because she’s one of the in-crowd it was called “brave” rather than, you know, “creepy.”

[…] “Clemmons wrote that the tipping point came when Dunham defended Girls writer Murray Miller after he was accused of sexual assault by actress Aurora Perrineau. She and Konner issued a statement in support of their long-time co-worker, describing Perrineau’s accusation as “one of the three percent of assault cases that are misreported every year”.

I’d say the percentage is well over 50%. Fortunately most police are smart enough to see through some vindictive young thing wanting payback for being used.

There’s a saying that criminal lawyers are the scum of earth until it’s you facing serious criminal charges, or, in this case, a good friend. Then they suddenly they become the hero of heroes.

But in the SJW world accusations are as good as a conviction.

“”I grew up middle class, with no family connections in the writing or art worlds, and my friend was from a similar background. We were powerless against them.””



This post was written by Intern Staff

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