NRA Spokeswoman Dana Loesch Forced to Flee Own Home After Anti-Gun Advocates Make Death Threats

There are few women – let alone men – who are as openly pro-gun and pro-Second Amendment as conservative personality and National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch. Because of this, she is a target.

Who has Dana in their crosshairs? Anti-gun advocates, ironically enough.

Loesch suffers through such threats as being told she’ll be “raped to death” for her stance on 2A by the same people who don’t believe abortion is murder.

Check out this tweetstorm Loesch fired off last night, which tells the story of why she was expelled from her own home:

Loesch on Saturday Night Live‘s anti-gun lecture, via Fox News Insider:

Dana Loesch slammed Saturday Night Live hosts who made fun of gun owners in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, saying they “lack the courage of their own convictions.”

Viewers of the late-night comedy hour received an anti-gun lecture about how many guns a person should be allowed to own.

If you can’t hit what you’re shooting at after six tries, “learn karate or use your words,” SNL’s “Weekend Update” host Michael Che joked.

Loesch said jokes like this are all part of the anti-Second Amendment narrative from celebrities, who have armed security guards to protect them.

Loesch declaring feminism dead at the Values Voter Summit, per Right Wing Watch:

NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch used part of her speech at the Values Voter Summit today to go on a bizarre rant about feminism, declaring that “feminism exists to subjugate men” but that it is now “dead as a doornail.”

“We are in a post-feminist era,” she said. “Feminism is dead. It is dead as a doornail, it is dead. Feminism is dead.”

Loesch on the Harvey Weinstein sex assault scandal, via Fox News Insider:

“The audio from that tape [of an Italian actress wearing a wire] you just played makes me absolutely sick,” she said.

“This is a guy who is a serial predator, he is a pervert. Everyone looked the other way because people were worried that their careers would be ruined or they would lose access to that influence and power,” she said.

On Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, and why Americans want to be armed – per Fox News Insider:

On Thursday, the NRA called for a federal review of “bump stocks,” which were used by the gunman to alter his semi-automatic weapons to fire in an automatic fashion.

“Despite the fact that the Obama administration approved the sale of bump fire stocks on at least two occasions, the National Rifle Association is calling on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to immediately review whether these devices comply with federal law,” the organization said in a statement.

Loesch said it’s up to the ATF to do its job and be consistent no matter what Congress implements.

Loesch pointed out that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) would ban all semi-automatic weapons if she could. She said there is a long history in mass shootings of the gunmen having mental health issues that were not addressed sufficiently.

H/T: Right Scoop