Dana Loesch shills for murderer George Zimmerman

Yet another edition of Dana Loesch being insanely stupid... this time, it's her defense of murderer George Zimmerman, who was unfairly acquitted by the court in Florida on July 13th, 2013.

While outrage peddlers try to inflame racial tension over George Zimmerman’s acquittal (a nice favor to the administration who’d like to forget its numerous scandals) these same peddlers are silent this case. The case of Roderick Scott and 16-year-old Chris Cervini is almost identical to Zimmerman-Martin. 

Scott claims he shot Cervini in self defense. He was eventually acquitted, a verdict with which I also agree.

Loesch proceeded to laud the “amazing leaders in the black community” who are asking the same questions, but said that “all too often they’re drowned out by the outrage queens assisting the administration in the construction of a diversion to the problems plaguing it.”
Per Dana The Devil's usage of "outrage queens," she's referring to Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, who both have done far more good for the nation than she ever would do in her lifetime.

From the 07.16.2013 edition of TheBlazeTV's The Glenn Beck Program:

From the 07.15.2013 edition of TheBlazeTV's The Glenn Beck Program:

She also falsely accused "the left" of taking away the right to self defense:


More anti-choice nonsense from Dana Loesch: Texas edition

Here we go again. The odious anti-choice moron Dana Loesch is at it again on the topic of abortion, and it's regarding the passage of the bullcrap extremist bill HB2 that passed both the Texas House and the Senate (and is expected to be signed into law by Governor Rick Perry).

No, Dana, anti-woman extremism won with its passage. And remember that whether someone is pro-choice or anti-choice/"pro-life", they are all pro-baby.

Another swipe at Wendy Davis.

Who's instigating the #WarOnWomen? It's anti-choice asshats like you, Dana!

She also smeared progressive males as "irresponsible people" and derided them as "brochoice."
"Brochoice” is a term employed by progressive males who have paused from crushing beer cans with their foreheads to opine about abortion. Basically, it’s a term leftist men are using to excuse themselves from their responsibilities by encouraging women to forgo theirs. 

Ah, here it begins. “Unplanned fatherhood.” The underlying premise of this piece, despite its presentation, is that the decision and responsibility is all on the woman. Heaven forbid the man help his partner access the choices before conception. To pay homage to the piece, if you aren’t ready to become a father before you’re psychologically ready and able to care for a child, you aren’t ready for sex, either.

Her storify tweet collection on why Dana Loesch decided against having an abortion back in her liberal days:
View the story "A Testimony On Choosing Life" on Storify

Dana, you made a decision to choose to keep your babies, however, it does NOT (and should NOT) give you carte blanche authority to attack pro-choicers and feminists in a snide manner.

 More on Loesch's deliberate falsehoods on the war on women, attacks on [Democratic/liberal] women and pro-choice viewpoints:  


Rabid anti-choicer Dana Loesch smears Wendy Davis and protesters opposing Texas's proposed draconian abortion law

The deranged anti-choicer Dana Loesch is doing one of her favorite past-times: smear pro-choicers like Texas State Senator Wendy Davis (D) (whose filibuster was successful in delaying the monstrosity of the proposed anti-choice bill in Texas) and her supporters.

Rick Perry called for another special session, expressly to get the draconian anti-abortion bill into law.

The REAL facts about Texas's now-dead SB5 (likely revived in the new special session), via Andrea Grimes at RH Reality Check:
But this week, Perry added a sweeping anti-choice bill to the legislature’s agenda: SB 5, filed by state Sen. Glenn Hegar (R-Katy), combines the worst of anti-choice legislators’ proposed abortion bills from the regular session into a nightmarish document that would decimate Texans’ access to safe, legal abortion care. If passed in its entirety, SB 5 would:
  • ban all abortions after 20 weeks, with the exception of those “necessary to avert the death or substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function of the pregnant woman” or if a fetal anomaly “will result in the death of the infant not later than minutes to hours after birth regardless of the provision of lifesaving medical treatment.”
  • require all abortion-providing doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of where the procedure is performed.
  • effectively ban telemedical abortions, requiring doctors to provide the abortion pill (a mifepristol/mifepristone combination) in person and according to outdated 13-year-old Food and Drug Administration regulations that are not only unnecessary, but thought to be potentially harmful in current practice, according to the American College of Gynecologists and the Texas Medical Association.

Loesch's disgusting attacks against Wendy Davis and pro-choicers on twitter:

Texas's new draconian anti-abortion laws are NOT "common sense solutions."

Lying about polls again, per the course for this lying fucker.
Most Texas OPPOSE the draconian abortion law being proposed.

Abortion is NOT "infant genocide."

Abortion is NOT "baby murder" for the 240,000th damn time!

Loesch, yet again, uses the "Hail Satan" incident as an excuse to further bash Wendy Davis and pro-choicers: 
While singing hymns outside the Texas state capitol pro-infant genocide demonstrators screamed “hail Satan” and angry invectives at pro-child demonstrators. 
I don’t understand these progressive women, and I used to be one of them. I don’t understand the desire to place choice after conception. I don’t understand the opposition to high standards of care in abortion mills if your argument is predicated upon “making abortions safe for women.” I don’t understand how women can wear the logos and hold placards for abortion groups that lobbied for fewer restrictions on abortion mills, resulting in appalling conditions like what was found in butcher Kermit Gosnell’s house of horrors. I don’t understand these women’s mantra of “empowerment” when they seek to disempower younger women, viable women, simply due to age. This hot mess of hypocrisy, contradictions, irony, and screeching makes me wonder how on earth I ever, for one second, thought that these women represented my interests or the best interests of mothers, daughters, sisters, or girlfriends. Other women aren’t buying it, either. Davis hoped to climb up the dead baby ladder to political stardom, but after these events, polls show that women stand firmly behind Perry, not Davis. Let’s see: one stands for all women, the other only stands for women of a certain age. It’s not a difficult decision.

Wrong, Ms. Loesch, Wendy Davis is standing up for all women, NOT Rick Perry. She also falsely thinks what Kermit Gosnell did was representative of all abortion clinics. In Loeschland, "pro-infant genocide" = supporting reproductive choice, while "pro-child" = anti-reproductive choice.

The Washington Monthly calls out the wingnut complainers about "Hail Satan.": 
As we speak the Wingnutosphere is aflame with allegations that pro-choice protestors in Texas are chanting “Hail Satan” to counter the hymn-singing of the pro-life godly. Once again, an appreciation of irony is not a strong suit for conservative activists.

Erick Erickson, Loesch's colleague at RedState, tied the "Hail Satan" chant to the DNC's alleged "booing of God."

 More on Loesch's deliberate falsehoods on the war on women, attacks on [Democratic/liberal] women and pro-choice viewpoints:  

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