Lena Dunham Says She'll Move to Canada if Trump Is Elected
Besides preventing Hillary Clinton from re-arranging the furniture in the Oval Office, another good reason to elect Donald Trump president is the exodus of lefty celebrities that will ensue.
The latest empty head to swear she'll leave the U.S. if The Donald wins in November is Lena Dunham, creator and star of the HBO series Girls.
The U.S. will not only be a much more pleasant place to live without her, but it would also be a more intelligent place, given Dunham's endless, repetitive self-promotion and brain-dead pronouncements on everything from sex to politics.
Lena Dunham says if Donald Trump wins the presidency she’s moving to Canada.
The actress, who has been a strong supporter for Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, says unlike other performers who have made a similar threat, hers is real.
“I know a lot people have been threatening to do this, but I really will,” she told Andy Cohen at the Matrix Awards Monday,” according to the Hollywood Reporter. “I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there.”
The list of artists and celebrities who have promised to move if Trump becomes president is growing. They include Cher, Samuel L. Jackson, Jon Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg and Al Sharpton.
I doubt if the Canadians are eager to take any of those loudmouth celebrities. But please, do the U.S. a favor and welcome them with open arms and give them all the loving media coverage they crave.