Who Is Dana Loesch? The Story Behind the Face of the NRA
- Author: Joanne Flowers Feb 24, 2018,
Feb 24, 2018, 18:09
Loesch, who was roundly booed at a contrived CNN town hall to address gun control, pointed out that most of the mass shootings had one common denominator: Epic FBI incompetence. "Our family will be there on March 24 to stand side by side with this incredible generation of young people from all over the country", Clooney told USA Today. And I, nor the millions of people that I represent as part of this organization that I'm here speaking for, none of us support people who are insane, who are a danger to themselves, who are a danger to others getting their hands on a firearm.
Her boss, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, said that "the elites" don't want to protect children and use shootings as an excuse to get rid of the Second Amendment and to install a socialist state. "I wouldn't be able to exit that if I didn't have a private security detail.", Loesch said.
Zare, who recently obtained a gun permit for the first time, said she would also support arming some teachers in schools, another of Trump's proposals. "How dare she?" Mr Calderon said, accusing Loesch of dodging hard questions by going off on "irrelevant" tangents.
More immediately, events like the CNN town hall go a long way in convincing gun owners that gun control advocates do have a desire to confiscate their weapons. Tapper said, without admonishing Kasky or the cheering crowd. Is there another story you'd like us to VERIFY?
What's notable here is not simply that (stop the presses) someone from the NRA lies but that she and many others are following a cynical script. But he did not say whether she had been threatened. Rubio did not answer the question, prompting some jeers from the audience.
On Thursday, CPAC organizers played her off the stage by blasting the Alicia Keys anthem 'Girl on Fire'.
Loesch replied the NRA is waiting on the Justice Department to make a ruling on bump stocks.
Loesch did refrain from trying to turn attention to gun violence in movies and TV shows, which the NRA did in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in 2012.
Following the Las Vegas shooting in October (in which the shooter had no known mental health disorders), Loesch appeared on Fox and Friends. "You guys love it", she continued. Now I'm not saying that you love the tragedy, but I am saying that you love the ratings, ' she said, directing her comments to reporters in the back of a hotel ballroom. "Here's a message for people in the legacy media... don't trust white nationalists".
Students and teachers at the Parkland shooting got a chance to ask questions to policy makers and the NRA at a CNN Town Hall on February 20.
"I support banning weapons that fire off 150 rounds in seven or eight minutes, weapons that are weapons of war, that serve no objective other than killing the maximum number of people they can, you bet I am", he said.