The mentally-challenged Lena Dunham has made a total fool of herself again. She claims without any explanation that the Las Vegas shooting was all about race and gender. How does one take a random shooting, where the shooter is 32 floors above you and unable to distinguish one concert goer from another and then claim it’s all about gender and race? First of all, just how many people of color would be attending a country music festival?
Dunham declined to elaborate on what the shooting had to do with either of those components, so the cohosts of Double Take had to make some guesses.
“It’s so typical of a leftist to throw out a buzzword like that and not have any substantial argument,” cohost Julia Nista said.
“I guess she’s saying that white men are full of all of this toxic masculinity?” cohost Amber Athey added. “How convenient that all of a sudden men and women have differences when liberals are constantly talking about how people of different genders are the same.”
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No way not to politicize this tragedy. It’s about gender & race as well as access to guns. Considering it random is comforting & dangerous.
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) October 2, 2017
The Girls star was one of numerous celebrities to call for gun control following the mass shooting, which occurred around 10 p.m. Sunday night as country star Jason Aldean was performing on the third and final night of the festival.
Film and televisions stars including Elizabeth Banks, Alyssa Milano, Billy Eichner, and Emmy Rossum took to their Twitter accounts to call for increased gun control measures, while pop star Lady Gaga tweeted that “blood is on the hands” of legislators who do not act on guns.
Let me ask one question of these Hollywood nimrods. What law could you pass to prevent the shooting in Las Vegas? Considering everything he did was already against existing laws, what law do they think would have prevented this tragedy?
But since CNN and an CBS vice president both pointed out that concert goers are Trump supporters, would it not then follow that the shooter was inspired by liberal derangement and shot up the concert to kill conservatives in which case we shouldn’t be talking gun control, we should be talking liberal control? Since most mass shooters are liberals, that might be a question worth looking into.
Meanwhile, country music stars including Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, and Carrie Underwood largely stayed out of the political fray, instead offering prayers for the victims and the city as it began to recover from the tragedy.
Aldean, who could be seen on video captured by concertgoers attempting to find shelter while the bullets whizzed around him, said in a statement on his Instagram account Monday morning that he was left “heartbroken” by the incident, which he called “beyond horrific.”
“My Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved tonight. It hurts my heart that this would happen to anyone who was just coming out to enjoy what should have been a fun night,” he wrote.
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