NRA spokeswoman new voice of gun rights movement

Angelo Anderson
March 2, 2018

Even before taking over as NRA spokeswoman last year, Loesch had a robust conservative following, cultivated on social media - she has 765,000 Twitter followers - and through years of television and radio appearances, including on her own radio program, "The Dana Show".

In recent weeks, Loesch has been appearing on various media outlets to defend gun ownership after the mass shooting of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.

"Imagine Wayne LaPierre sitting in that seat and you realise the significance of Dana", Mr Sykes said.

But Hogg remained unconvinced by Loesch's arguments, saying that the USA now has "an entire generation of kids growing up around mass shootings" who are ready to see "change".

And, she claimed journalists from the mainstream media "love mass shootings" because "crying white mothers are ratings gold". Is she really speaking to you guys?

NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch during an NRA commercial.   NRA
NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch during an NRA commercial. NRA

Her criticism of the media recalled an NRA video last summer in which she attacked The New York Times in a way that some on the right and the left feared could incite violence. "She is serving the gun manufacturers", Hogg said. "But her rhetoric is just as radicalized, if not more, than Wayne LaPierre's". She was brought up largely by her mother after her parents divorced.

Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman drew widespread attention to it when she said it looked "super duper no bones about it anti-Semitic".

Loesch studied journalism at Webster University, but dropped out when she became pregnant with her first son. The blog led to stints as a political analyst at Breitbart News Network and The Blaze. Said her age & looks would make 1 side hate her & 1 love her so everyone would watch.

Breitbart's founder, the late Andrew Breitbart, told the RiverFront Times in 2010: "Everybody was telling me about this unbelievable person who just emerged out of nowhere, who had this wonderful spirit and had the ability to write [and] who was nearly the embodiment of everything that I want to happen with journalism". She's a stay-at-home mom who homeschools her kids; she's handsome; she's smart; she's fearless. "And I wish that we could be genuine in our discussion of that". "Where's the CNN town hall for sanctuary cities?"

'Honestly, it's disgusting, ' the 17-year-old said Sunday. Is she actually saying anything, or is that just a tone to distract the American public and distract her NRA members from the fact that she's not serving them? Although he said he believes that "99.9 percent of [NRA members] are unbelievable people that just want to be safe, responsible gun owners", the student accused Loesch of "serving the gun manufacturers" without "serving the people of the NRA". An individual who was allowed to go unchecked by the Broward County Sheriff's Office allowed that firearm to go in the school.

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