'Traumatized' Feminists Fight To Sue Trump
By David Shankbone (Own work) [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Far-left actress Lena Dunham went off the deep end after Donald Trump won the White House and now, she wants him to pay.
Literally. Dunham wants to sue the president in a court of law.
On Twitter, Dunham mused, "What if 30 million women or so filed a class action suit against the president for emotional distress? Just spitballing here."
Dunham didn't specify what "emotional distress" the president caused her or what she thought he is legally responsible for allegedly reaping.
Surprisingly, most of the responses she received initially were positive, with other liberal women saying they would happily join a class action lawsuit against Trump for making them miserable and engaging in self-destructive behaviors.
Fortunately, there was at least one voice of reason responding to Dunham's Twitter: a user named Joe Costa.
"Not to be mean," he replied, "But I would consider taking a Torts class before spitballing ideas like this to the rest of the world."
He added, "Oh and then take a [civil procedure] class," before finishing, "And since you called for his impeachment, I would also recommend a course in [Constitutional] Law before you waste your time in that."
Trump was elected almost precisely one year ago, but Dunham, who campaigned heavily for Crooked Hillary, still hasn't gotten over the shock of election night – even after a much-publicized, post-election trip to the desert for spiritual enlightenment.