Lena Dunham Blames White Americans for Alton Sterling’s Death

July 10th, 2016 10:45 PM

Actress, feminist, and false rapist accuser Lena Dunham did what any Hollywood elitist would do when a controversial story gains so much attention: she took to social media to “express” her views on the death of Alton Sterling.

Alton Sterling was the 37-year-old African-American man who was shot and killed by Baton Rouge police officers after it was reported that a homeless man placed a 911 phone call claiming Sterling had a gun and was soliciting money.

Dunham blamed the death of Sterling on the Baton Rouge police andspecifically “white Americans” who refuse to acknowledge that they are “part of a system of violence.”

She writes, calling it “rage spam”:

Dunham followed up that post with another: 

Soon, the actress was confronted on social media by someone who asked her, “I need to change because some other white person did something bad? WTF?”

Of course, Dunham responded that this particular reaction made her “LOL.” She then added over on Instagram: “Just because you don’t commit violence doesn’t mean you aren’t part of a system of violence…If we weren’t all so obsessed with being ‘the good one’ we could really get something going #ragespam."

What a typical and ridiculous response from a liberal Hollywood elitist. If that’s so true, would Dunham consider herself as part of the system of violence or apologize because she is white and suffers from “white privilege?”