NRA Spokeswoman Says She's Being Forced to Move After Getting Death Threats From Anti-Gun Nuts


According to some gun control advocates, the proper way to argue your point against a pro-Second Amendment advocate is to threaten their lives. The hypocrisy is strong with this one.

Talk radio host and NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch took to Twitter on Sunday saying she and her family are being forced to move from their home after receiving so many threats from the anti-gun crowd.

Loesch said she's been threatened with death, assault and sexual violence for her public stance on gun rights. Some threats, she said, even targeted her young children.

Here’s are Loesch’s tweets outlining the situation:



Being forced to move because of your beliefs isn't common, but judging by the hate coming from social justice warriors (SJWs), the practice could be a sign of things to come.


So, this guy is a gun control advocate who threatened to shoot someone because they are pro-Second Amendment? That makes sense.


It's funny how the more radical segment of gun control advocates threaten violence towards people that legally own firearms. These are the same people who claim that the U.S. has a "rape culture." 


This is disgusting. All of these threats for promoting her beliefs and being associated with the NRA? Is this what it's come to? 

Loesch, and anyone else who's had to deal with a situation like this, shouldn't have to move from her home because she's getting threats over having beliefs that might differ from someone else's.

Radicals, like the ones targeting Loesch, are the usually the first ones to carry out the exact same act they are rallying against. Tolerance at its finest.

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