Right-wing psychopath KFTK radio host Dana Loesch sues Breitbart.com

This afternoon, there was news reports confirming that St. Louis' leading psychopath and Teabagger loudmouth Dana Loesch has sued Breitbart.com. STLtoday.com (Loesch's former employer) has the scoop:

ST. LOUIS   •   Conservative talk radio host and commentator Dana Loesch sued the owner of the conservative website Breitbart.com Friday, claiming that although her relationship with the news and opinion aggregating website had gone “tragically awry,” Breibart.cοm LLC refused to let her work for the company or anyone else, forcing her into “indentured servitude in limbo.” 
The suit, filed in U.S. District Court here, seeks at least $75,000 in damages, as well as a judge's declaration that her contract had expired.
When Loesch tried to terminate her work agreement in September, Breitbart refused and extended the agreement by a year, the suit says. 
Breitbart.cοm LLC refuses to allow her work to be published and “sabotages” her attempts to find work elsewhere, the suit says. 
Loesch's lawyers and a Breitbart representative could not be immediately reached for comment.

Loesch's last Breitbart.com article was on 09.13.2012, via Big Peace.

Loesch Lawsuit


Anti-Union bastard Dana Loesch: "'Union Thugs' destroyed Clint Tarver's hot dog stand."

On yesterday's edition of KFTK's The Dana Show, Loesch had on Clint Tarver, whose hot dog stand got demolished in the protests on Tuesday. Predictably, she and the other right-wingers are trying to make this into another Kenneth Gladney non-scandal.

From the 12.12.2012 edition of KFTK's The Dana Show:

Loesch, of course, was blaming the unions for his hot dog stand being destroyed.

Nobody is safe. Apparently union protesters targeted anything that had a white tent yesterday, even reportedly taking out the hot dog stand of Lansing fixture Clint Tarver.


LANSING, MI – A fixture on the local food scene was in the wrong place at the wrong time Tuesday: under the Americans for Prosperity tent on the lawn of the state Capitol when it collapsed, allegedly at the hands of pro-union protesters.
Clinton Tarver operates a popular hot dog stand at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Capitol Avenue, across from the state Capitol, from March to November each year.
In the offseason, he takes on catering work. 
Tarver was set up under the Americans for Prosperity tent, his wife, Linda Lee Tarver, said Wednesday.

When the tent came down, allegedly at the hands of pro-union protesters, Tarver and his catering equipment were caught inside.
His cart was not on-site, Linda said. 

She estimates the equipment losses totaled at least $500; other losses include supplies, condiments, coolers and food. He crawled out of the tent.
Tarver, who is black, was also the victim of racially-charged verbal attacks, his wife, Linda, said. 
On her Facebook page, she wrote that union protesters called her husband "an Uncle Tom [n-word]" when he attempted to retrieve his equipment from the collapsed tent.
"When he came back to get his stuff, people called him the n-word," she said. "They said he deserved what he got and he was on the wrong side. I think they thought he was part of [Americans for Prosperity]."
But Clint is not a political man, she said; she herself is, and has been involved with Americans for Prosperity.

There was no excuse for Tarver to be racially insulted by a few protestors; however, this is no excuse for right-wing nuts to blame everything on "union thugs."

Eclectablog has all the facts on how the anti-union right-wing media is blowing this story out of proportion:

This is a far cry from the all-caps-can-you-believe-what-these-union-thugs-did freak out by conservatives who would have you believe that Tarver lost his entire livelihood at the hands of union goons. Tarver was set up on some tables under the tent and did not even have his cart. He must have had a very slow day. Anyone who was at the rally and wandered by the two giant AFP tents will tell you that they were essentially empty all day. There were a few AFP folks standing out front, taunting union members and provoking confrontations, but there was not a lot of activity inside the tent where Tarver was. 

Nonetheless, much like, Kenneth Gladney, the St. Louis guy who faked getting injured at the hands of union members then solicited funds for his hospital bills even though he had health insurance, a collection has been taken up on Tarver’s behalf. According the article, they have raised over $10,000 for him (UPDATE: MIRS News reports that it’s now over $16,000.) The total value of what he lost in the scuffle? $500. 
I wonder what they’ll do with the thousands of extra dollars not needed to buy more buns, hot dogs, ketchup, mustard and a couple of folding tables and coolers?
Certainly Clint Tarver didn’t deserve to be treated as shabbily as he was by the union folks there. His wife claims he was called a “nigger” and jeered for working for the enemy. If true, that’s reprehensible and inexcusable. But the off-the-charts poutrage from the right on this is an absolute joke. Some of the same people decrying the verbal taunts that Tarver experiencde are here on this very website calling union members all sorts of hideous names. So let’s keep it real, shall we?
Adding… Let’s not kid ourselves about what “Tentgate” and “Hot Doggate” are all about:distracting the country from noticing that corporatist ideologues have turned the birthplace of American organized labor into a Right to Work for Less state. It’s a smokescreen, chaff to make sure the conversation is not about screwing union members and is, instead, about the AFP losing a couple of tents.


Deranged extremist Loesch baselessly accuses Michigan State Rep. Douglas Geiss (and by extension, Michigan House Dems) of "inciting violence"

Deranged anti-union extremist Dana Loesch is lying as usual. This particular "offense" in Loeschworld: A Democratic Michigan State Representative by the name of Douglas Geiss had the nerve to say that "there will blood on our hands" because of Michigan likely going to be the latest state added to the Right-To-Work For Less list.

BTW, Geiss is right on those points and he was NOT inciting violence or murder, despite what deranged conservative media liars say on this.

Here's where Loesch makes false accusations about "Michigan's House Democrats twitter account (@MIHouseDems) aiding and abetting violence":

Dana's husband, Chris, also makes phony accuasations about "Democrat violence":

She even takes a cheap shot at Michigan native Michael Moore:


Anti-Union activist Dana Loesch defends Michigan's disastrous RTWFL Bill

The vocally anti-union activist Dana Loesch was in rare form today... by cheerleading for Michigan's disastrous Right-To-Work For Less legislation that was passed by both the Michigan State House and the State Senate. That state's Governor, Rick Snyder (R), is very likely going to be turning Michigan into yet another RTWFL state by signing the bill, possibly as early as tomorrow.

Loesch's defense of RTWFL on her blog:

The President went to Michigan with the obvious purpose of throwing punches in the right-to-work battle. Interesting. Remember when Obama told a senator “I won” when questioned on his stimulus plan? Well, Republicans won in Michigan. Elections have consequences.

More importantly, the President’s argument makes zero sense. He presupposes that with right-to-work comes lower wages, which is categorically false
From 2000 to 2010, employment in right-to-work states increased 2.3 percent, compared to a 4.0 percent decline in non-right-to-work states. Indiana saw employment decrease 6.9 percent over the same period. That means Indiana lost roughly 207,000 jobs over the past 10 years. In contrast, 1.2 million jobs were created in right-to-work states. 
The President’s claim that RTW brings with it lowered wages is demonstrably false. It’s the statement of a politician working to save one of his biggest cash cows: union bosses.
Loesch further mocked unions in another blogpost:

Yet these are the same individuals who vote for a party whose mantra is “spread the wealth” and “pay your fair share” towards entitlements mostly used by 46% of people who don’t pay anything into the system via income tax. “Freeloaders,” as my caller would describe them. 

It’s illogical and betrays the truth: it isn’t about workers’ rights, it’s about control. Maybe big labor should “spread the wealth.”
 She defended RTWFL and bashed unions on twitter:

Amanda Terkel at the HuffPost has the details on Obama's opposition to the RTWFL law in Michigan.

HuffPost's Terkel:

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama weighed in on the contentious labor battle playing out in Michigan, condemning the Republican push to make Michigan a so-called "right-to-work" state as nothing more than a partisan maneuver that will hurt the working class. 

"And by the way, what we shouldn't do -- I've just got to say this -- what we shouldn't be doing is trying to take away your rights to bargain for better wages and working conditions," he added to loud applause from the audience. "We shouldn't be doing that. The so-called 'right-to-work' laws -- they don't have to do with economics, they have everything to do with politics. What they're really talking about is giving you the right to work for less money." 

Michigan is set to become the 24th right-to-work state, with Gov. Rick Snyder (R) poised to sign the controversial bill after it was fast-tracked by the GOP-controlled legislature. Thousands of union supporters protested at the state capitol in Lansing last week, and more protests are planned for Tuesday. 
Michigan's rules require that the House and Senate wait five days before voting on each other's bills. The legislature is set to approve final passage of the right-to-work legislation on Tuesday, and Snyder could sign it the same day.

Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat in the Michigan State Senate who has likely statewide ambitions, correctly points out in a HuffPost editorial what Snyder and his GOP minions are doing is nothing more than a power grab to harm workers' rights and to solidify his Teabagger and possible 2016 GOP Presidential Primary bona fides.

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder rose to power in 2010 cloaked in the veil of a moderate. He appealed to voters by saying he was going to be "laser focused" on the policies that grow Michigan's economy rather than get mired in the politics that have kept us off that track for too long. He promised he understood what it would take to prop up the middle class despite being a millionaire himself. He said time and time again that he would run Michigan like a business and forge bipartisan coalitions to end politics as we know it. 
The one problem with that? It was all a lie. 
Last week, in a press conference hidden safely away from the scrutiny of Michigan's public, Governor Snyder removed any remaining shred of credibility as a moderate with a stunning about-face on "Right to Work," a policy that he himself had recently declared "too divisive" and not something that was in Michigan's best interest. Snyder said not only was he now going to sign Right to Work into law, but that he and his fellow Republican legislative leaders had already schemed to set the bills for a vote that same day, eviscerating the public's right to input. 
In a matter of moments, Governor Snyder did more than go back on his word to the people of Michigan, he exposed the "tough nerd" persona he rode to office in 2010 as a complete fraud. This was not a decision based on economics, it was one based on partisan politics driven by special interests at its absolute worst.
In the days since, the governor's allies have defended his actions by saying that the legislation provides workers "freedom" and "choice." 
No matter how they try to spin it, Right to Work is solely about taking away the strength of workers as they collectively bargain for a decent wage, better working conditions and improved benefits. It's anti-worker, anti-family, and the way they're subverting the democratic process to pass it is simply anti-American. 

The answer is simple. He lied.
Whitmer is totally right on this.


Unhinged far-right piece of shit Dana Loesch bullies Jeff Roorda

Today, on KFTK's The Dana Show, unhinged lunatic Dana Loesch and her station's news director Jason Church took baseless cheap shots against Missouri Representative-elect Jeff Roorda (D), who is making a return to Jefferson City in the State House. The reason for Loesch's attacks against Roorda were primarily because he was a Democrat and has criticized Teabaggers in the past.

From DanaLoeschRadio.com:

Earlier today our news director, Jason Church, tipped me off about one of the more ridiculous pieces of legislation ever drafted, the “Thanksgiving Protection Act” from Missouri Democratic State Rep. Jeff Roorda. Roorda believes that the government should have the power to force businesses to close instead of staying open and promoting greed. He accuses businesses of luring customers in when they could be home with their families and believes that employing workers on Thanksgiving keeps them from their families. 
Think about this: A Democrat whose ideology is abortion and the violation of religious freedoms via Obamacare thinks it’s bad to work on Thanksgiving. It’s as if the most intellectually-challenged member of the Occupy movement drafted this legislation.
When I pointed out the silliness of this online and lobbed some points Roorda’s way, the legislator replied in his typical belligerent fashion. Known for having loudly called Missouri voters who opposed Obamacare “teabaggers” while standing on the House floor, Roorda behaved as though he was challenging me to a fist fight and responded rudely to my producer. 
I don’t have the #1 rated talk show in my markets because I allow hot-headed progressive state congressmen to call the shots and take up my entire syndicated show. My audience outside of Missouri couldn’t care less who Roorda is, except now his rudeness may make him slightly more interesting for all the wrong reasons. Additionally, I don’t interview politicians in studio. Never have. It’s harder to get them out when they’re finished with their segment and 99% of the time they try to push to take up more of your airtime than you can give them — this coming from other talent at my station who at times do invite politicians in studio. If Roorda expected the special treatment of an in-studio invite, he should have demonstrated the courtesy of an elected official to a Missouri constituent and behaved in a manner befitting the office. You’re not going to call people “teabaggers” on the House floor, act like you’re going to physically fight fellow lawmakers, accuse me of lying about you pushing a bill you push yourself on Twitter and in the local press, and send hot-headed emails to my producer and get the result you want. You also won’t get anywhere using your bully tactics with me to call the shots on my program. I don’t do frat behavior.

Dana, I have some sound advice to you: Fuck Off! It is YOU that is the bully, and NOT Roorda.

She also attacked Roorda on twitter:

Loesch has also demonized Roorda back in January 2010 as well::
Ready the fainting couch: Dana Loesch has got the vapors. She's just so offended that Jeff Roorda used the term "teabaggers" when he was speaking on the floor of the Missouri House of Representatives.  

However, as pointed out here: Loesch makes "teabagger" jokes frequently, and doesn't seem to be offended by herself.


Extremist hack Dana Loesch on KETC's Donnybrook: telling more lies

Last Thursday night on St. Louis's PBS affiliate KETC, deranged Tea Party extremist hack Dana Loesch was one of the panelists on Donnybrook, along with KMOX radio host Charlie Brennan, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (where Loesch used to be employed) columnist Bill McClellan, ESPN101 writer and STLMag.com columnist Alvin Reid, and St. Louis Magazine (STLMag) owner Ray Hartmann.

From the 11.08.2012 edition of KETC's Donnybrook:

Watch November 8, 2012 on PBS. See more from Donnybrook.
Key points of her Donnybrook appearance:

  • Loesch thinks that no one in the Republican Party has any faith in stopping him. (approx. 2:09)
  • She admitted that the GOP had a terrible ground game. (approx. 2:20)
  • Ray Hartmann, a Donnybrook regular, stated that the "Democrats had a great night and a great campaign. (approx. 3:40)
  • Loesch: "The GOP struggled with their messaging." (approx. 4:54)
  • Alvin Reid takes down the Romney campaign's lies. (approx. 5:29)
  • Hartmann says "Obama has his mandate." (approx. 8:27)
  • Loesch declares falsely that "Obama has no mandate." (approx 8:52)
  • Loesch: "Obama ran on the 3 B's: Big Bird, Binders, and Birth Control." (approx. 9:02)
  • Hartman: "I think both Barry Goldwater and Hubert Humphrey are rolling over in their graves." (approx. 10:10)
  • Reid: "The Bush Tax Cuts were made to end and are NOT a tax increase." (approx. 10:39)
  • Reid: "They dismissed him [Akin] so early, and he got beat." (approx. 13:20)
  • Reid also called out Mourdock's rape comments. (approx. 13:34)
  • Bill McClellan: "I think both comments made women feel uncomfortable with Republicans." (approx. 13:39)
  • Loesch said that "had the Republicans contained their outrage, then it would've never been an issue." (approx. 14:10).
  • Loesch mistakenly said that Akin represented the 3rd Congressional District of Missouri. No, Ms. Loesch, prior to this decade's redistricting, he represented the 2nd district and Carnahan (D) represented the 3rd (which her husband Chris's Shock City Studios is located at). (approx. 14:28)
  • Hartmann stated that "Akin and the GOP blew up any chance they had in winning Missouri (and possibly Senate control)." (approx. 16:08)
  • McClellan: "When Rush Limbaugh used such language about the girl from Georgetown [Sandra Fluke], that's what set off women and made the feel uncomfortable." (approx. 16:28)
  • Loesch was making excuses to defend Rush and bash Fluke and the left. (approx. 16:48)
  • Loesch: "If Bill Clinton survived what he did, why not Peter Kinder?" (approx. 18:40)
  • Loesch whined about UN election monitors supervising our elections. (approx. 19:40)
  • Charlie Brennan called out her BS conspiracy theory about the UN, and replied that "we [the USA] has monitored other countries' elections." (approx. 19:52)
  • Loesch defended the Kinder/Chapman strip club scandal. (approx. 20:30)
  • Reid said this cigarette tax increase failure was "all about opposition to higher taxes on cigarettes." (approx. 25:20)

Why would our local PBS affiliate KETC allow an extremist like Loesch to be booked as a panelist on Donnybrook?


UPDATED: Anti-Union hack Dana Loesch falsely attacks unions of "not helping the Hurricane Sandy storm victims" [UPDATE: just a rumor by the TCOT Brigade]

Chronic anti-union asshat Dana Loesch found some time to politicize Hurricane Sandy in order to bash unions.

Dana Loesch's site that 's chock full of BS:

Despite the photos of devastation and families who’ve lost everything, union bosses still found time to play politics in the middle of a natural disaster.
This is similar to what union bosses pulled during the blizzard in New York.
I thought Chris Christie was infamous for taking on the unions? Some via Twitter have speculated that Gov. Christie may be unaware that this is happening. I’m willing to extend him the benefit of the doubt for then, but now after this story has blown up online there can be no ignorance of the matter. People need help. Sandy didn't happen in August or early September like Katrina, Ike, and Irene. It’s November now. People are cold.
The biased-as-hell Malkin-run Twitchy::

Unions first, hurricane victims later. This blood-boiling report from Alabama’s WAFF 48 News will come as no surprise to those familiar with the Big Labor protection racket.Guess we’ll see if Obama’s “We leave nobody behind” vow has a union label sewn on it.
Excuse me, righties! The unions are NOT playing politics during the post-Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, and it's folks like you, Twitchy, and other right-wing cuckoos that are politicizing this, NOT the unions or the left!

UPDATE: AL.com has this report on why Joe Wheeler Utilities weren't allowed to go to New Jersey:

Representatives with Huntsville Utilities and Joe Wheeler Cooperative, two area utilities mentioned in media reports claiming their crews were not allowed to help with storm aid in New Jersey because they were non-union, said this morning the story is untrue.
The general manager of the other department mentioned, Decatur Utilities, has been unavailable for comment this morning. One of its crew members was quoted in the initial reports. 
Bill Yell, spokesman for Huntsville Utilities, said nine of his employees are currently helping with recovery from Hurricane Sandy and had no union-related issues.
"That's a rumor," he said. "We are starting work this morning with Long Island Power Authority. We were headed to a New Jersey utility but they had all the crews they could handle." 
A spokeswoman for Joe Wheeler Electrical Membership Cooperative said the crews from Trinity also are assisting with storm recovery and, in fact, are unionized.
"It is not true for us," she said. "I don't know how we got lumped in there (in that report). We sent eight guys to Maryland, not New Jersey. They have been there since before the storm but they've finished work and are headed home this morning." 
"We were not turned away," he said. "It's a lot more complicated than that. One of the problems is whenever this kind of thing happens people call and ask, 'Are you going to send crews out?' but it's not a situation where everybody jumps in truck and heads up there. You have to work through trade associations. You have mutual-aid agreements and you've got to find a system that needs you and is able to take you." 
He said some systems don't use the same voltage and may have different configurations. "You don't just go up there and say, 'Hey, we're here. We're going to start putting up poles for you."


Dana Loesch (and the rest of the #TCOT Brigade) harping about a "sex scandal" to discredit Bob Menendez

We have yet another right-wing media/#TCOT Brigade non-story to break: GOP cheerleader Dana Loesch reported on this non-scandal on her lie-filled radio show blog in order to help out Bob Menendez (D-NJ)'s challenger Joe Kyrillos (R):

The bigger story is Menendez’s offense. The crime isn’t that he’s a single man who paid for prostitutes, the crime is his hypocrisy. The crime is that Menendez acts like a savior on the front lines of the “war on women.” 
Does he limit his “concern” for American women? Dominican women are excluded? This is the hypocrisy of the left. Sex scandals and double standards don’t matter if the antagonist is a Democrat. 
So where does Bob Menendez stand on women’s rights, and can we start with the right of the prostitutes to get the money Menendez promised them?

This is bullcrap, Dana, and you fucking know it!

Here's her tweets on the Menendez non-scandal:

When MO-Lt. Gov. and regular guest of The Dana Show's Peter Kinder (R) had a similar scandal (and that one, unlike Menendez, is a REAL scandal), what did Loesch do? She DEFENDED him.

The GOP-biased Daily Caller's Matthew Boyle::

Two women from the Dominican Republic told The Daily Caller that Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez paid them for sex earlier this year.
In interviews, the two women said they met Menendez around Easter at Casa de Campo, an expensive 7,000 acre resort in the Dominican Republic. They claimed Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex acts, but in the end they each received only $100. 
The women spoke through a translator in the company of their attorney, Melanio Figueroa. Both asked that their identities remain obscured for fear of reprisals in the Dominican Republic.
When shown a photograph of Sen. Menendez, the women said they recognized him as the man with whom they’d had sexual relations at Casa de Campo this spring. Both said they were brought to the resort with the understanding they would be paid for sex.
Neither knew the identity of the man at the time. Both claimed to recognize him later as Sen. Menendez. 
“He called him[self] ‘Bob,’” said one.
One woman said Menendez wooed her with compliments like “beautiful” before they slept together. The other woman recounted, with apparent bitterness, receiving from an intermediary only $100 of the $500 she had been promised.
“He lies,” she said of Menendez. “He says one thing and does another.”
According to the translator’s summary, Menendez “was nice at first, but then later he did not seem to care about her.” 
Menendez, who is 58 and divorced, has represented New Jersey in the U.S. Senate as a Democrat since being appointed to fill a vacancy in 2005. He is up for re-election on Nov. 6
In the latest October surprise, two unidentified women from the Dominican Republic are accusing Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez of paying them for sex earlier this year, The Daily Caller reports.
The two women spoke on camera with their faces obscured through a translator, with their attorney present. The prostitutes are alleging that Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex, but he only gave them $100.
Even die-hard right-wing loon host of MSNBC's The Cycle S.E. Cupp believes this is a non-scandal:

For now, even Jim Hoft's Gateway Pundit has not touched this "story." And also I don't see Fixed Noise, NewsMax, Fox Nation, or WND on this at this moment. This could change in the morning.

Hoft's website pounced on this non-story::
That’s odd. He’s so generous with spending your money – just not his own.

And until CREDIBLE news sources report on this (such as HuffPo, CNN, MSNBC, TPM, NBC News, Yahoo!), this is just another right-wing bogus story perpetrated by the likes of Dana Loesch, The Daily Caller, The Blaze, FreeRepublic, HotAir, Drudge, NewsMax, and the whole RWNJ/#TCOT Media apparatus. And even if they did, it would be seen as a RWNJ hackjob.

Adam Weinstein at Mother Jones has called out The Daily Caller on their role in the non-scandal on Twitter:

If a GOP candidate was involved in a sex scandal, I bet these same so-called "family values" kooks would try to cover up that crime to protect them, like with what happened to Senator David Vitter (R-LA) and former Congresscritter Mark Foley (R).

Proof from a Washington Monthly article from from Steve Benen on the GOP hypocrisy of sex scandals::

Democrats caught up in sex scandals -- Spitzer, John Edwards, Jim McGreevey, and to a lesser extent, Eric Massa -- tend to quickly resign and avoid politics. Republicans -- Vitter, Ensign, Sanford, Gingrich, Giuliani -- prefer a far different approach, reject the idea of being permanently disgraced, and the GOP doesn't seem to mind.
I can appreciate why IOKIYAR seems like a lazy cliche, but I'm not convinced it's wrong.


Delusional Dana smears Post-Dispatch's Kevin McDermott as a "DNC/McCaskill Buttkisser" for reporting the truth

More phony nonsense from St. Louis's Most Insulting Media Personality Dana Loesch.

Today, Loesch is still pushing more phony baloney crap to discredit incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill (D). The latest from her propaganda site, which she falsely claims that "the Media ignores sexual harassments from Democrats" and calls P-D's Kevid McDermott as a "DNC Buttkisser":

So I could ask him what the title of DNC Buttkisser pays. McDermott is the resident McCaskill Defender at the St. Louis Post Dispatch and while he’s written what amounts to around a frillion headlines on Todd Akin, he’s not written so much as one column inch on the McCaskill scandals — except to try to spin her out of the sexual harassment suit his publication has worked to hide from voters. 

McDermott’s logic as to why the sexual harassment suit against McCaskill’s husband’s business shouldn’t matter? Because.
No, that’s it. Just because.
This from a guy who has spun eleventy headlines out of a six-second remark.
The facts of the story, which first broke here, are that a female employee was subjected to repeated sexual harassment at the hands of her management and she was forced to leave her job as a result. It makes sense that she filed after leaving, considering that the management was party to the harassment.

Dana, McDermott is NOT a "DNC/McCaskill Buttkisser," but you are most certainly a buttkisser for Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock, and the Romney/Ryan ticket.

She then took to twitter to further demonize him as a "DNC/McCaskill Buttkisser":

Now, here's the REAL facts about the Sugar Creek deposition, from St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Kevin McDermott:

The campaign of Senate candidate Todd Akin and his supporters have been strenuously calling attention to a pending sexual harassment suit in Illinois, against a company owed by the husband of Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., saying it raises question about McCaskill's commitment to protecting women. 
Akin adviser Rick Tyler said in an email to the Post-Dispatch that "an active sexual harassment suit seems very relevant” to the campaign. 
So how relevant is it? Well, McCaskill is not named in the suit. Neither is her husband, Joe Shepard.

Here are other facts, as found in the court records:
• The lawsuit was brought in Sangamon County Circuit Court in Springfield, Ill., in November 2009 by a female former employee of Pine Woods Apartments in Springfield. Pine Woods is owned by Sugar Creek Realty, a Shepard company. The plaintiff alleges that her immediate supervisor at the apartment complex, a woman, sexually harassed her. The suit names as defendants Sugar Creek, Pine Woods, and the supervisor.
• Records don't indicate any direct role by Shepard in supervising the employees involved, who worked at one of dozens of apartment complexes owned by Shepard's company.
This is all based on the original deposition, which we're posting here.
The suit is scheduled for trial Oct. 30.

Despite what chronic liar Loesch says about McCaskill, neither she, nor her husband Joe Shepard, are named in the suit.

More on Loesch's demonizations of McCaskill while shilling for Todd Akin:
Dana Busted: #MOSen: Dana Loesch still pushing a non-scandal to baselessly attack McCaskill
Dana Busted: Former Post-Dispatch employee Loesch falsely declares that "the media is in bed with McCaskill"
Dana Busted: #MOSen's Claire McCaskill correctly calls out Dana Loesch for being an "Akin Operative"
Dana Busted: Dana Loesch falsely implies that "McCaskill and Democrats want to control women"
Dana Busted: Even more GOP shilling from Dana Loesch: The Paul Ryan and Todd Akin edition


More baseless conspiracies from Loesch and Hoft: They falsely accuse the Ladue PD of "profiling Conservatives"

Today, we have more baseless conspiracies from St. Louis' duo of leading right-wing extremists to debunk: KFTK radio host Dana Loesch and Gateway Pundit's Jim Hoft lying about the Ladue Police Department. Hoft went on The Dana Show today to explain his misleadingly false accusations that "Ladue PD were profiling Hoft because he was a Conservative".

From the 10.25.2012 edition of KFTK's The Dana Show:



#INSen: Anti-choice radical Dana Loesch defends Richard Mourdock's offensive comments

Dana Loesch is pulling a Todd Akin 2.0 by defending the crass and sexist "rape is something intended from God to happen" comment from Indiana Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock (R), who defeated incumbent Richard Lugar in the Republican primary earlier this year. Remember that the IN-Sen race occurs in the state that is home to the other affiliate that broadcasts The Dana Show (WIBC), so this means Loesch will defend him to the hilt.

Her tweets defending Mourdock and slamming the pro-choice community/Liberals/Democrats:

The facts in the articles that Loesch neglected to mention to her twitter followers (and likely to her radio listeners tomorrow on The Dana Show).

Think Progress Justice:

NEW ALBANY, Indiana — At a debate this evening with his Democratic opponent Rep. Joe Donnelly (D-IN), Indiana GOP Senate candidate Richard Mourdock claimed that raped women should be forced to carry their rapist’s baby to term because their forced pregnancy is a “gift from God”:
I believe life begins at conception. The only exception I have for to have an abortion is in the case of the life of the mother. I struggled with myself for a long time but I came to realize life is that gift from God, even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape. It is something that God intended to happen.


Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock became the latest Republican to wander into eyebrow-raising territory when it came to the discussion of rape and abortion during a Senate debate Tuesday night. 
Defending his stance that abortion should be illegal even in the case of rape, Mourdock explained that pregnancy resulting from nonconsensual sex is the will of God.
“I’ve struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is that gift from God,” Mourdock said. “And even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.” 
In the Indiana Senate race, Mourdock’s statement could serve to reinforce the Democratic contention that he’s an extremist. Rep. Joe Donnelly, the Democratic nominee, also opposes abortion rights but makes an exception for rape and incest as well as the mother’s health. 
After the debate, Donnelly said Mourdock’s words on stage were disturbing.
“The God I believe in and the God I know most Hoosiers believe in, does not intend for rape to happen—ever,” Donnelly said in a written statement. “What Mr. Mourdock said is shocking, and it is stunning that he would be so disrespectful to survivors of rape.”

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