Hollywood air-heads like to make fun of people who believe in God–and then they go out and satirize themselves.
Lena Dunham, star of some TV show that nobody watches, stood up in front of this year’s Democrat Convention and called Hillary Clinton the defender of women who have suffered sexual harassment–one of the two or three biggest whoppers ever told in public in the Western Hemisphere. Her fellow libs, thousands of them, stood up and cheered.
You wonder if even they could have believed that.
Well, we hear Lena is all bummed out that the former captain of the Bimbo Eruption Squad and chief executive of the Clinton crime family didn’t win last week’s election. So, naturally, this humble woman of the people betakes herself to the posh resort at Sedona, Arizona… where she talks to the rocks ( http://heatst.com/politics/lena-durham-spirit-quest/ ).
In a message to her fans (who are they?), Ms. Dunham informs them that she “whispered some words for you into the big red rock.”
Uh, do the rocks talk back? Well, apparently Lena thinks they do. In the same message, she said she was “asking the Canyon for some guidance.” I wonder what kind of guidance the rocks gave her. Certainly better guidance than she was trying to give the public.
Yes–we, the Christians, we’re the ones who believe in silly things.
Really smart people go out to Sedona and talk to rocks.