2.09.2012

Dana Loesch's recent lunacy continues on trucking

We have even more evidence that the discredited far-right lunatic CNN "Contributor", host of The Dana Show on KFTK, and Big "Journalism" Editor-In-Chief Dana Loesch is misinforming her audience to believe whatever snake oil she's selling.


Loesch is STILL whining about Planned Parenthood's alleged "bullying" against Komen. She claims it's Planned Parenthood that's politicizing the debate, not Komen and the anti-choice lobby.

From the 02.07.2012 edition of KFTK's The Dana Show:


Yesterday, on The Dana Show, religious right nutcase Loesch was shrieking about the "liberals claiming that Rick Santorum is a crazy Christian." Santorum is indeed a crackpot Christian Conservative. Later on, she baseless accused "Liberals want to 'tear apart' and 'control' your rights, like the Nazis and Commies."



From the 02.08.2012 edition of KFTK's The Dana Show:


She agreed with the fearmongering caller about the possibility of "martial law aided by Soros and OWS if Obama loses the 2012 Elections."


From the 02.08.2012 edition of KFTK's The Dana Show:



Today, CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson did NOT attend the CPAC Awards Ceremony to accept the bogus award from Inaccuracy In Media.  Instead, CBS's Washington Bureau Chief Christopher Isham spoke on her behalf. The other recipient, Dana Loesch, was there and defended Attkisson's "reporting" on Fast and Furious.

Huffington Post's Michael Calderone:
CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson did not attend Accuracy in Media's awards ceremony Thursday at CPAC, following days of questions from outlets like Politico and the Washington Post over her decision to accept an award from the conservative organization. 
Media Matters, the liberal watchdog group, recently took aim at Attkisson for planning to accept the award from AIM, describing the group as a "widely discredited fringe organization." The organization called attention to anti-gay columns by AIM director Cliff Kincaid and sent sent a letter to CBS News president David Rhodes and Washington bureau chief Christopher Isham, advising them against having Attkisson attend. 
Big Journalism editor-in-chief Dana Loesch, while accepting the Reed Irvine award for Grassroots Journalism, praised Attkisson, saying that "she told the truth."




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