Fake News: Boing Boing Says Dana Loesch Said 'Americans Need Guns To Shoot The Resistance'

Matt Vespa
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Posted: Jul 03, 2017 5:00 PM
Fake News: Boing Boing Says Dana Loesch Said 'Americans Need Guns To Shoot The Resistance'

Okay, so I guess the Left is having audio and visual issues regarding the National Rifle Association’s latest ad featuring spokeswoman Dana Loesch, who condemned acts of political violence, while saying that she will fight the Left with the “clenched fist of truth” on their narrative of lies. She later elaborated that violence in the context of political discourse is cowardly and idiotic regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum—and that she would be there to denounce it whether it be right-wingers or left-wingers. That’s not necessarily a controversial position. Right now, politically motivated violence is becoming a hallmark characteristic of left wing politics, with their rioting, vandalizing, and setting dumpsters on fire. Let’s also not forget that a radical leftist, James Hodgkinson, attempted a mass assassination of Republican lawmakers, who were practicing in Alexandria, Virginia a day before the annual congressional charity baseball game. Why is calling this behavior out bad?

 

Liberals has shown their jaw-dropping stupidity, saying that the ad and Loesch are protecting white supremacy, while also calling for civil war. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) said he thought the ad was telling people to shoot liberals. These are all lies. Now, Boing Boing wrote that the ad “says Americans need guns to shoot ‘the Resistance.’” I don’t know why they have resistance in quotes; it’s an actual anti-Trump movement. But the ad doesn’t say this…anywhere. If you want an example of lies, or fake news, this is it. Again, Loesch said that she’ll meet the Left in the arena of ideas, and that she’ll fight their false narratives. If “clenched fist of truth” triggers you, or makes you scurry off like scared wombat, I don’t know what to tell you—you’re fragile. And that’s your problem. 


(H/T Twitchy)