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.

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