Conservative moron Dana Loesch defends Phil Robertson's "marry girls when they're at 15 or 16" comment as a "joke"

Dana Loesch defends Phil Robertson's atrociously offensive comment about marrying girls when they are in their teens, as expected, and pulled the false equivalence card to bash abortion also.

Phil Robertson may be "joking around" there; however, his words about marrying young are highly dangerous when taken seriously, with pedophilia and hebephilia involved.

You, like other right-wing whiners, are a bunch of crude unfunny assholes.

Americans Against The Tea Party on Phil Robertson's disgusting advice on marriage and teenage women:
In addition to homophobia and bigotry towards African Americans, it looks like we can now add something else to the list of Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson’s shortcomings. 
Video has surfaced of Robertson giving a speech in 2009 at the Sportsmen’s Ministry in Georgia, where he suggests that men should target 15-16 year-old girls for marriage — because they’re basically over the hill at 20.
“Look, you wait ‘til they get to be twenty years-old and the only picking that’s going to take place is your pocket. You got to marry these girls when they’re about fifteen or sixteen and they’ll pick your ducks.”

Tim Nudd at People Magazine:
Phil Robertson has been reinstated by A&E after a brief suspension for making anti-gay remarks, but the Duck Dynasty patriarch is caught up in a new controversy thanks to a video in which he advises men to marry girls as young as 15.  

The footage, which surfaced Monday on YouTube, is said to be from a 2009 Georgia Sportsmen's Ministry event. In it, Robertson offers what he calls "river rat counseling," and warns men not to marry girls who are out of their teens. 
 "Look, you wait 'til they get to be 20 years old, the only picking that's going to take place is your pocket," he says. "You got to marry these girls when they are about 15 or 16. They'll pick your ducks. You need to check with mom and dad about that, of course."  

That last remark refers to the parental consent required in many states for a girl to marry before she is 18. (Some states forbid anyone underage to marry at all.) 
Among Robertson's other dating advice: "Make sure that she can cook a meal" and "make sure she carries her Bible. That'll save you a lot of trouble down the road." 
His advice on encouraging men to marry teenage girls is downright scary and disgusting.


With A&E reinstating Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson, Phony "Christian" Loesch bashes the LGBTQ community (again)

When A&E reinstated the racist and homophobic bigoted Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson from his suspension, Dana Loesch and the rest of the right-wing noise machine celebrated with glee.

On Twitter, Loesch celebrated the news with nasty attacks on the LGBTQ community while defending Phil's atrocious comments:

No, Dana, the claim that Phil Robertson is a racist is TRUE.

GLAAD's agenda is still relevant to this day.

Mrs. Texas-Sized Liar Loesch, isn't it folks like you that want to silence free speech for people that disagree with your agenda? Does the Dixie Chicks back in 2003 ring a bell to you?


Rabid homophobe Dana Loesch defends Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson's disgusting comments

Delusional homophobe and phony "Christian" Dana Loesch (who recently moved to the DFW Metroplex as part of her TheBlaze duties) is doing everything she can to defend Duck Dynasty star's viciously homophobic and racist comments.

Sara Morrison at TheWire.com:
So Phil Robertson, patriarch of the Duck Dynasty clan and self-proclaimed "Bible-thumper," said a whole bunch of homophobic things in GQ's new issue:
It seems like, to me, a vagina—as a man—would be more desirable than a man's anus. That's just me. I'm just thinking: There's more there! She's got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I'm saying? But hey, sin: It’s not logical, my man. It’s just not logical.
Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there. Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men ... Don't be deceived. Neither the adulterers, the idolaters, the male prostitutes, the homosexual offenders, the greedy, the drunkards, the slanderers, the swindlers—they won't inherit the kingdom of God. Don't deceive yourself. It’s not right.
Then he went off to a "private Bible study" with a female cocaine addict who needed to be shown "the right direction."

Also deserving of our attention are Robertson's comments about the lives of black people in pre-Civil-Rights-era Louisiana, which are ignorant, bordering on racist. His outrageous comments on homosexuality largely overshadowed this. They shouldn't:
I never, with my eyes, saw the mistreatment of any black person. Not once. Where we lived was all farmers. The blacks worked for the farmers. I hoed cotton with them. I'm with the blacks, because we're white trash. We're going across the field.... They're singing and happy. I never heard one of them, one black person, say, ‘I tell you what: These doggone white people’—not a word!... Pre-entitlement, pre-welfare, you say: Were they happy? They were godly; they were happy; no one was singing the blues.
Yes, I'm so sure black people were "singing and happy" and never had to deal with any kind of "mistreatment" whatsoever. Maybe he never heard them complain about "these doggone white people" because they were afraid to? Why am I even bothering to question this nonsense?
Anyway, A&E has decided to put the star of its highest-rated show on "indefinite hiatus" from filming. Mind you, it hasn't placed the entire show on indefinite hiatus -- just [Phil] Robertson.
I am a fan of the show, and I think A&E's right to yank Phil off the show.

Phil Robertson will be off of Duck Dynasty for the forseeable future, but the rest of cast will go on for Season 5. Expect Willie and Alan Robertson to lead the end-of-episode prayers.

Idiot Loesch's excuse-making for Phil Robertson explained:

Alec Baldwin was fired by MSNBC for his hateful outburst.

Excuse me, Dana, but some leftists/progressives (including me) LIKE Duck Dynasty and the Robertson Family.

Homophobia IS hate speech, Dana!


Anti-union grinch Dana Loesch smears fast food strikers

Today in Dana Loesch stupidity: she callously mocks fast food protesters who are fighting for a fairer minimum wage and the right to unionize without intimidation from overzealous bosses. This isn't surprising, given her long history of attacks on workers' rights and unions.

Some restaurant workers are striking today for a liveable wage and teabaggers are responding at the Twitter hashtag #EatFast where they are posting mocking photos of themselves gorging on fast food.
Catherine Ruetschlin and Amy Traub from Demos.org have the facts about why minimum wage increases will HELP fast food workers:
1. IT WOULD CREATE JOBS.Low wages are holding back economic growth, but a raise for our country’s lowest paid workers would put money in the pockets of those most likely to spend it, generating much-needed consumer demand and contributing to economic growth across industries. That translates to higher GDP and new hiring in the labor market.
More than ten million Americans—and the family members they support—live beneath the poverty line even though they have jobs. With a median wage of $8.85, a fast food cook in a family of three lives in poverty even if she never takes a day off. Raising wages in the fast food industry could improve living standards for millions of hard working people.
With annual profits in the billions, the largest fast food companies could raise wages for their entire workforce and shareholders would still see a return. In fact, many of these employers already do pay higher wages to workers in other countries without wrecking their bottom lines.
Low-wage jobs are a business choice, but some employers take the high road offering fair wages, hours, and benefits. This investment in the workforce pays off in lower turnover and higher worker productivity, generating good service to customers and a solid bottom line.
Increasing the standard for decent pay in fast food could be a boon to low-wage workers across industries. The ripple effects start with increased consumer demand and economic growth, and create pressure in the labor market to raise wages in other low-pay positions. Contrary to popular myth, the vast majority of those affected by a raise at the bottom are working adults, struggling to make ends meet for themselves and their families. Even in fast food, most workers are 21 or older and have at least a high school degree. Raising wages in fast food could impact living standards for millions of American workers and the families that depend on them.

Dana's baseless smears of fast-food workers who are striking:

This biased article from the New York Post's Twitter account was retweeted by Loesch.

From Dana's Instagram account:

Her regular fill-in host for The Dana Show and guest Tony Katz falsely accuses unions of "bullying fast food workers."

Fast food workers are planning a strike to force employers to pay them $15 per hour. This Thursday, in over 100 cities across the nation, Big Labor is coordinating with “grassroots” activists to pressure these employers to pay a “living wage.” From all the press, you’d think the push toward higher wages was something noble. But, this is Big Labor. And no one will bully, threaten or intimidate to steal your hard earned money more than Big Labor. The group Fast Food Forward, one of the organizations in sync with Big Labor to shame fast food restaurants into extinction, states their purpose:
In America, people who work hard should be able to afford basic necessities like groceries, rent, childcare and transportation.
While fast food corporations reap the benefits of record profits, workers are barely getting by — many are forced to be on public assistance despite having a job.
Raising pay for fast food workers will benefit workers and strengthen the overall economy.
It’s not the workers that Big Labor wants to benefit. It’s Big Labor that Big Labor wants to benefit.
There is no way to determine a living wage anywhere in America. It’s a lie, and so is the idea that groups like Fast Food Forward and Big Labor care about fast food employees. Listen up, fast food workers, because you’re being used! Not by McDonald’s or Wendy’s or Chick-Fil-A, but by Big Labor and the political candidates (ideology) they support. BIg Labor wants you to unionize because Big Labor wants you to pay union dues.
They want your money, and they don’t give a good holy damn about you!

More lies from Loesch acolyte Katz.

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