Lena Dunham And Other Celebs Share Vulgar Video For Hillary

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Lena Dunham and other celebrities are featured in a new profanity-laced video promoting Hillary Clinton for president.

On Monday, a two minute and thirty-four second video posted on YouTube shows performers repeating how unacceptable it is to have women as the largest voting block in the country and so under represented in leadership. (RELATED: Lena Dunham Goes Off On Kanye Over ‘Disturbing’ ‘Famous’ Video)


In the video titled, “This is what my revolution looks like” the slew of actresses and one actor talk about the need for a women to get the spot for the highest job in the land without actually saying the presumptive Democratic nominee’s name.

“This is what my revolution looks like,” Dunham said. “It looks like women finally having a seat at the table, at the head of the table.”

The “Orange Is The New Black” star Uzo Aduba talks about the lack of women in Congress and gives the stats.

“Women made up 53 percent of the voters in the last election, yet we only make up 19.4 percent of the representatives in congress,” Aduba said. “What the fuck?”

“It means after 240 years, a woman, a mother, a grandmother finally leading this country as President of the United States,” the various actresses and actor said.

The video was put together by the Humanity for Hillary organization.