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Published On: Sat, Jan 28th, 2017

Ben Shapiro crushes ‘Potato’ Lena Dunham, her Daddy issues with Trump and ‘act like a bratty teenage child’

Ben Shapiro unleashed a verbal assault on Lena Dunham, calling her a “human potato” and ridiculing her father’s parenting skills during Shapiro’s podcast on Wednesday. The powerful point of liberals obsessively worshiping the power of government see Trump as their “Daddy.”

“She actually thinks that she’s some sort of poetic genius,” he said, reading aloud Dunham’s poem which followed the Women’s March.

Titled “Monday After March,” the poem likened President Donald Trump to an overbearing father and the marchers to rebellious teen girls.

To illustrate the absurdity of Dunham’s analogy, Shapiro denigrates the parenting skills of her father, Carroll Dunham, a New York-based avant garde painter.

“He was this kind of art nouveau, ridiculous leftist and he brought up a daughter like Lena Dunham, who thinks that males are the worst thing ever,” he said, taking issue with the assertion with the “we are all his daughters” meaning Trump.

Maybe Dunham should listen to her parents and behaving like a child: “You parents are wiser…”

“Donald Trump didn’t know that. He’s not paying enough child support if that’s the case,” Shapiro says.

Shapiro hits home a disturbing point that liberals see government as a parent, a nanny state; therefore President Trump being the “Daddy” isn’t that surprising.

“Donald Trump is NOT your Daddy. It’s amazing, the folks on the left worship government so much that they can’t even acknowledge Trump ISN’T their father….Donald Trump is NOT your Dad. The media is NOT your Mom,” he exclaims, saying that this Women’s March gave Lena Dunham an excuse to “act like a bratty teenage child and rage about her vagina for no apparent reason.”

Check out the full audio below.

He described her in December as someone with the “charisma, brains and looks of a russet potato.”

Lena Dunham spoke openly about her pride in abortion and wishes she had one HERE

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