“So people are mad because Publix gave money to a candidate that apparently supports the Second Amendment and so they decided to lay down in the middle of Publix. And then also — the student organizer also demanded that Publix give the March for Our Lives group the same amount of money, or double the amount of money, that they donated to this political candidate. Again, anybody else would call that extortion. It’s extortion, let’s be real. I mean, we’re adults, and we need to use proper terminology.
“Publix said, ‘We regret that our contributions have led to a divide in our community.’ OK no, Publix, your donations did not do that. Protesters who cannot abide differing opinions and cannot accept that debate is a natural part of compromise are the ones that led to this divide. Stop throwing up the white flag simply because there exist people on earth who cannot tolerate differing opinions.
“And that’s what this is. It’s intolerance of different opinions. It’s intolerance of how other people choose to live their lives and choose to believe in certain things.” – NRA spokeswitch Dana Loesch, speaking today on NRA TV.
“It [the Parkland massacre] cost peoples lives and it also contributed to a state of poison in our national discourse where you have politicians and celebrities and everyone else impugning the characters of millions of law abiding members just because they choose to voluntarily enter into a fellowship and call themselves the NRA. That’s the problem here, it created even more victims of a different sort.” – NRA spokes-bitch Dana Loesch, speaking last night on NRA TV.
Yes just like the Nazis were victims in WW2.
My thoughts and prayers to you all.
The NRA and its paid pro-gun propaganda mistress Dana Loesch goes on the defensive against “Hollywood phonies,” athletes who sit during the national anthem, journalists and almost everyone who has become critical of the massive gun lobbying group following the Parkland, Florida, school shooting in an ad that can only be seen as intimidating and threatening to those who are against the NRA’s agenda.
“To every lying member of the media, to every Hollywood phony, to the role model athletes who use their free speech to alter and undermine what our flag represents, to the politicians who would rather watch America burn than lose one ounce of their own personal power, to the late-night hosts who think their opinions are the only opinions that matter…,” Loesch says against a backing track of ominous music. “…your time is running out.”
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You know if OUR time runs out so does yours. #JustSaying
The National Rifle Association (NRA) claims in a new video that President Trump and his supporters are being subjected to the most “ruthless” attack against a U.S. president and his supporters in the history of the country.
“We are witnesses to the most ruthless attack on a president and the people who voted for him, and the free system that allowed it to happen, in American history,” Loesch says at the beginning of the video. Scenes of anti-Trump protesters and an image the Capitol flash on screen as Loesch continues, ripping in to Trump’s “hateful” critics.
“From the highest levels of government, to their media, universities and billionaires, their hateful defiance of his legitimacy is an insult to each of us,” she continues. “But the ultimate insult is that they think we’re so stupid that we’ll let them get away with it.”
Loesch a right-wing media darling and Webster University journalism dropout in 2012 rushed to the defense of GOP Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) who appeared on a talk show to declare that women who are “legitimately raped” do not get pregnant.
Back2Stonewall has repeatedly requested that Loesch release her NRA salary information. She has remained silent.
What a Loeschbag.
From Business Insider:
The family of Colton Haab, a student at the Florida high school where a gunman killed 17 people last week, provided a doctored email to media outlets in order to defend Haab’s claims that CNN rewrote a question for him to ask at the network’s Wednesday town-hall-style event on school shootings.
Haab told the Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Thursday night that CNN executive producer Carrie Stevenson gave him a question to deliver to lawmakers and told him to “stick to the script.” But CNN says there is “absolutely no truth” to Colton’s claims, which he first made on a Miami TV-news station.
In CNN’s version of one email, Stevenson told Colton’s father Glenn Haab that Colton needed to stick to a question that he and Stevenson “discussed on the phone that he submitted.” But in the version of the email provided by Colton to Fox and HuffPost, the phrase, “that he submitted” is deleted.
According to the metadata of the Word document containing the email that was provided to Fox, it appears that Glenn last edited it. “It is unfortunate that an effort to discredit CNN and the town hall with doctored emails has taken any attention away from the purpose of the event,” a CNN spokesman told Business Insider.
“You heard that town hall last night, they cheered the confiscation of firearms,” Loesch told conservatives at CPAC the next morning. “And it was over 5K people. I had to have a security detail to get out. I wouldn’t have been able to exit that if I did not have a private security detail. There were people rushing the stage and screaming ‘Burn her!’ And I came there to talk solutions.”
Loesch who has been spreading the propaganda with no evidence has been branded a liar by participants and reputable media outlets which attended the event.
A New Times photographer put out a call on Facebook, five attendees sent footage they shot of the aftermath of the town hall. One video begins immediately after the town hall ends and shows Loesch walking off the stage surrounded by other participants and security. She then walks away and out of the arena. At no time does anyone in the audience approach her, and there’s certainly no evidence that anyone ever “rushed the stage.”
“She walked right in front of me and people yelled at her and chanted, ‘Shame on you!’ Nobody rushed the stage,” says Ryan Yousefi, the New Times reporter who covered the event.
Florida police are investigating death threats to the owners of a bakery in Florida after a “Christian” pastor urged his followers to contact the bakery after they refused to bake a cake reading: “We Do Not Support Gay Marriage.”
Joshua Feuerstein encouraged viewers to call the bakery and and help “expose the hypocrisy” they’re supposedly engaging in. Well, in a parallel of what happened to Memories Pizza in Indiana, Cut the Cake ended up receiving quite a lot of angry messages, including death threats. Sharon Haller, who Feuerstein spoke to on the phone, said, “We started getting some hundreds of phone calls and making very nasty and negative gestures towards our business, towards us.” Feuerstein took down the video at their request, but Cut the Cake posted it online so people could see it, along with a GoFundMe page that has raised, as of this posting, over $2000.
Why do I suspect the death threats this bakery received are real since they have police reports to back them up compared with the alleged “threats” that Memories Pizza received.
Back2Stonewall .com contacted journalism college dropout Dana Loesch and “pompous bag of hate” Ben Howe of TheBlaze who championed the GoFundMe page for Memories Pizza after they closed their doors because they were “supposedly” getting death threats. And sked if they were going to start a GoFundMe page for the Cut The Cake Bakery in Florida?
Right-wing extremist KKK-ristain love and hypocrisy at its best!
Brietbart.com which is run by GOProud’s Number 2 HomoCON fag hag Dana Loesch (Ann Coulter is number 1) is not even pretending that it”gay friendly” by openly attacking a gay filmmakers about the inclusion of a gay character in the recently animated feature PARANORMAN claiming that the LGBT community is targeting children:
Said Brietbart hack writer extraordinaire William Bigelow:
You knew it was only a matter of time before the gay community, which has successfully integrated gay characters into every possible form of entertainment for adults, targeted children.
Actually it is only revealed at the end of the movie that one of the character is gay, as a throw away line no less. But that doesn’t stop Bigelow from turning it into a HUGE LGBT CONSPIRACY.
It’s a time-honored technique of the gay community to hide the fact that a character is gay until the audience has developed a real affinity for him/her, then catch the audience off-guard by divulging that the character is gay.
Translation: We totally hate gay people and we don’t want them to be portrayed positively and realistically because we don’t want the audience to like them.
Breitbart.com is celebrating homophobia more than ever, you just have to look at the comments for this article, a festival of anti-gay hate. Disgusting yet not surprising for a right-wing site.
WARNING: SPOILER – By cicking this link Breitbart.shitcom will reveal the gay characters identity.
Yesterday after GOP Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) appeared on a talk show to declare that women who are “legitimately raped” do not get pregnant. And therefore abortion should be illegal in all cases.
Almost immediately America’s own Tokyo Rose and Webster University journalism dropout Dana Loesch rushed to Akins defense via Twitter
Loesch recently also chimed in on the recent Family Research Center shooting where a security guard was shot in the arm by an unstable man spinning it with lies and right-wing propaganda and stating “Religion is under attack in the United States, but until now, it wasn’t meant literally”
Akins has since backpeddled furiously and has released a statement saying that “he misspoke” on the issue.
Just when you think that Jimmy LaSalvia and his bunch of Auntie Toms at GOProud really couldn’t sink any lower, GOProud will be hosting America’s own version of Tokyo Rose, Breitbart editor Dana Loesch at their Homocon 2012 party to be held at the “Honeypot Nightclub” (oh the irony) during the Republican Convention.
Last week Loesch, a journalism dropout from Webster University screamed at a radio show caller that if somebody supports marriage equality they obviously “hate Christ”. In addition Loesh has said that the “Government has no place in marital affairs and Christians themselves should have protested the moment that government observance morphed into interference.”
But Loesch isn’t just a homophobic. She’s an all around a despicable human being period.
This is Loesh’s take on the scandal involving U.S. Marines urinating on the corpses of Afghanis:
Can someone explain to me if there’s supposed to be a scandal that someone pees on the corpse of a Taliban fighter? Someone who was — as part of an organization murdered over 3,000 Americans? I’d drop trou and do it, too. That’s me, though. I want a million cool points for these guys. Is that harsh to say? Come on, people. This is a war.
A real all american girl, isn’t she?
GOProud is starting to seem less like a GOP political advocacy group and more like an S&M club.
Oh and by the way. I hear Chick-fil-A is catering the event.
Dana Loesch editor-in-chief of Big Journalism, the conservative group blogs created by the late Andrew Breitbart and who in February 2011 was hired by CNN as a political pundit to cover the 2012 elections from the Tea Party point of view took to Twitter to defend 14 year old Caiden Cowger a teen from Buckhannon, WV who’s tea party parents have too much time, money and lack of parenting skills and allows him to run a “conservative” website and “talk radio” show that emulates Andrew Brietbart and says that President Obama “is making kids gay.”
Cowger said that he knows at least 30 teenagers in his county who are gay:
“It is sickening. It sickens me. I knew them when they were in the beginning of middle school, and you know what? They were not homosexuals. They just decided all of a sudden, I think I’m going to be gay. Why they are becoming homosexuals, why they are becoming gay, is because they are being encouraged by it.
President Obama, Vice President Biden, is making kids gay, They are encouraging kids to think, well, you know what, they’re talking about being a homosexual, and they’re saying there’s nothing wrong with being gay, so you know what, I think I might try that out for a little bit. That’s what’s going on.”
Of course many people became upset by this 14 year old BIT (Bigot In Training) ramblings. His YouTube video was removed for hate speech and of course since it Crowger put it out in a public venue he received many responses that were less than supportive of his
So Loesch went to Twitter to defend Cowger
“Another conservative teen under attack for being … a conservative teen,” she wrote. “Remember when adults praised civic participation?”
Later she added, “Love the NOH8 bullies. Love the irony of that statement even more.”
So Dana Loesch thinks spreading homophobic hate is a “civic participation”?
Well we can’t say for sure because Loesch admitted later that “I don’t listen to his radio show or know his remarks.” So in other words, she hadn’t heard what Cowger said before defending him and saying he deserved praise for KKK “civic participation.”
You know freedom of speech has its limits. Screaming “FIRE!” in a crowded movie theater is one. Spewing ate speech is another. What this kid was spouting was hate speech, plain and simple and he’s getting called out and recognized as the repugnant little piece of trash that his parents have raised.
Loesch on the other hands obviously suffers from an extreme case of “Coulter Envy” and just shrills off the GOP talking points and makes up facts.
As for CNN hiring this harpie as a political pundit, Perhaps they need to get an HR Department that does better educational background checks on employees because if they did they would discover that Loesch who attended St. Louis Community College and then the third rate Webster University, dropped out before actually earning her journalism degree.
And in this case you can say that her roots are definitely showing.