Did Lena Dunham Oberlin Alumni Help Enable A Campus Hoax?
Actress Lena Dunham Oberlin alumni has a lot of explaining to do. Thanks to the work of Michelle Malkin, Dunham has been caught in a lie. She was a part of enabling a fake racial scandal at Oberlin college. Now who’s not talking?
Lena Dunham is a powerful pop culture influence. She is the writer, director, actor, and creator of “Girls,” HBO’s smutty, soft-core porn take on twenty-somethings in NYC. “Girls” makes “Sex and the City” look squeaky clean. But unfortunately for our culture, Lena Dunham has a voice and she is using it. But not everything she’s saying is true.
She was a powerful force behind Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, inspiring the commercial that compared her first voting experience to her first sexual experience.
She’s a leftist nightmare, a picture of everything that is wrong with youth and progressives in American culture. But Lena Dunham Oberlin college graduate was caught in a lie. Michelle Malkin exposed Dunham as enabling a racial hoax on the Oberlin college campus.
In March 2013, two Oberlin students perpetuated a “KKK” racial incident on the college campus. Apparently, hate messages, including anti-gay and racist graffiti were found on the campus. Naturally, the incident was blamed on white, racist homophobes.
In response to the incident, Dunham took to Twitter.
Hey Obies, remember the beautiful, inclusive and downright revolutionary history of the place you call home. Protect each other.
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) March 4, 2013
This really saddens me. The school I remember was the safest place to do you: http://t.co/N718oecMG0
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) March 4, 2013
Lena Dunham has well over one million twitter followers. When she tweets these messages out, her followers listen. And no one checked their facts about the incident. This was a methodical propagation of lies in an effort to stir up more animosity toward Conservatives. And though Dunham helped perpetuate the myth, it served her purpose, and the agenda of all radical leftists to publicize this “incident” to make it appear that hate crimes are rampant at Oberlin College. And that they are all the work of white racists.
Michelle Malkin is a Oberlin alumni as well, and more than familiar with Oberlin’s racial hoax history. When the story first broke, she was immediately suspect. And now everything she said has been proven correct. There was no KKK incident. It was invented, a complete fabrication.
Malkin said, But what the AP public relations team for Dunham and the Oberlin mau-mau-ers didn’t report is the rest of the story. While Blame Righty propagandists bemoaned the frightening persistence of white supremacy in the tiny town of Oberlin, city police told a local reporter that eyewitnesses saw no one in KKK garb — but instead saw a pedestrian wearing a blanket. Yes, the dreaded Assault Blanket of Phantom Bias.
Phantom bias. Malkin couldn’t have said it better. This was a ruse, a ploy to stir up racial tension. The only persons who benefit from racial tension are leftist lunatics, like Ms. Dunham. But the MSM fell for the prank, seeing as how every major media outlet reported the story as truth back in March. And now they’ve been proven false, will they backtrack and apologize? That’s doubtful. The only thing for the MSM to do when caught in a lie is to stay silent. They’ve been doing it for almost a year with Benghazi.
Lena Dunham Oberlin alumni extraordinaire, should own up to her role in promoting false hysteria. Given the fact that the two students “involved” in the hoax were card-carrying members of the radical left, the pieces of the puzzle are all falling into place. Dylan Bleier, one of the students involved, was very vocal about the George Zimmerman incident and describes himself on twitter as, “atheist/pacifist/environmentalist/libertarian socialist/consequentialist.”
Now it all makes sense. Fake a racial incident to make it appear that the radical right is behind it and then blame it on the KKK. Because all white conservatives are card-carrying members of the KKK. No word from Lena Dunham on the incident.
Tonight I sat with two old friends, laughed about people from 2003 and didn't feel scared to die because that's how they embolden me.
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) August 23, 2013
If Lena Dunham is an influential person in our culture, we have no hope. Unfortunately, she is a very prominent person in the entertainment industry, and is a leftist propagator. She’s spreading the lies of radical feminists vehemently on “Girls.” And she’s helping propagate the myth that it’s perfectly okay to be a cheap hooker and still have self-respect. But she’s also willing to lie for a cause that will hurt Conservatives, like spreading the myth of KKK activity on the Oberlin College campus. She’s the dangerous one.