American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy announced on Wednesday evening that Lena Dunham would be joining the cast of the show's highly anticipated upcoming 7th season.https://twitter.com/MrRPMurphy/status/887844862426468352Lena Dunham, creator and star of Girls, is a polarizing figure to say the least, and by the looks of the responses on Murphy's tweet, most American Horror Story fans are not looking forward to seeing her on the show.Shit, meet fan. pic.twitter.com/gxi2ln1zIH— Nicholas Hautman (@nickhautman) July 20, 2017 pic.twitter.com/66576Lyrwj— 🦖 (@misslexxmarie) July 20, 2017 https://twitter.com/chrisholmez/status/887846197590978561No. pic.twitter.com/ltD8uGr2ri— BG (@TheBGates) July 20, 2017 https://twitter.com/MrNashington/status/887853086550745088https://twitter.com/judah_robinson/status/887849316659982336this is very bad news— laura lux 🦖 (@DarthLux) July 20, 2017 https://twitter.com/kaypeaux/status/887846751037562881https://twitter.com/fairytale_bliss/status/887847496025862145https://twitter.com/uncabaello/status/887851710147907586 pic.twitter.com/UskzKlPqqE— Victoria Calvanico (@VicSin13) July 20, 2017 Yikes. That is not exactly a warm welcome for Dunham. But hey, at least people are scared. This is a show about horror, after all.American Horror Story mainstay Sarah Paulson defended the casting choice when someone skeptically asked her what was going on:Magic and dream of all dreams— Sarah Paulson (@MsSarahPaulson) July 20, 2017 Little is still known about the upcoming season of American Horror Story set to premiere in September, but Ryan Murphy did disclose it would be centered around the 2016 election. For the record, Dunham was a devoted Hillary Clinton supporter.Mixing Lena Dunham and politics? For most, this is a horror story indeed.