Dana Loesch smears and misgenders Chelsea Manning

Reckless transphobic mouthpiece Dana Loesch-- who hosts a radio show on Radio America (which is now broadcasting on 1260 AM The Answer [WSDZ] in St. Louis) and a TV show on TheBlazeTV-- has once again slandered and misgendered a trans person's name and pronouns. This time, the person targeted by her was Chelsea Manning. Her transphobic smear of Chelsea Manning echos that of Alt-Right hatemongerer Milo Yiannopoulos and other transphobes.

The tweet that BuzzFeed News's SCOTUS/legal news editor Chris Geidner called out Loesch on for misgendering and deadnaming Chelsea Manning:

The original tweet that Loesch posted, which prompted Geidner's response:

First off, Mrs. Loesch, the correct name and set of pronouns is Chelsea Manning and female set of pronouns (she/her/hers).

Loesch's pathetic slams of Geidner and her farcical reasons to defend misgendering Manning:

Another ignorant argument from Dana The Devil.

Sorry, Dana, but Chelsea Manning is a female.

Dr. Paul McHugh is NOT a reputable source for anything LGBTQ-related.

Geidner's smackdown of Loesch continues on (unlike Loesch, he uses the correct name and pronouns for Manning):

Samantha Allen at The Daily Beast on the right-wing outrage on Chelsea Manning's sex reassignment surgery:
If you believe that prisoners should receive treatments deemed medically necessary by the American Medical Association, you should be fine with your tax dollars paying for Chelsea Manning’s sex reassignment surgery. 
Just hours after BuzzFeed News reported that the transgender prisoner and former WikiLeaks source ended her hunger strike with assurances that the military would provide surgery, a predictable chorus emerged on the right. Their chief grievance: the allocation of tax dollars for a procedure that has long been recognized by major medical associations as a medical necessity for many transgender individuals. 
According to the medical community, however, there is no question that both hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery can be medically necessary for individuals suffering from gender dysphoria. In a statement to BuzzFeed News, Manning said her physician had recommended sex reassignment surgery in April 2016. 
So even though transgender rights are certainly controversial in the comments section, multiple major physicians’ associations agree that sex reassignment surgery is a well-established and often medically necessary form of treatment. And there’s no evidence that providing this treatment for all transgender prisoners—let alone a single one—would create a significant burden for the American taxpayer. 
If you’re OK with Uncle Sam paying for prisoners to receive antidepressants or knee surgery or a CPAP machine, there’s no reason to get worked up over Chelsea Manning’s medical treatment.

This isn't the first time she's done such a thing, either.

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On TheBlazeTV's Dana, Dana Loesch features an unfunny transphobic skit mocking trans people

On tonight's edition of TheBlazeTV's Dana, the recently ejected from KFTK (which was her original flagship station of The Dana Show) Dana Loesch once again insults the trans community with a skit defaming them. This isn't a real surprise given Loesch's long record of transphobic vitriol (and the LGBTQ community at large).

Media Matters For America:
The Blaze’s Dana Loesch mocked transgender people and hyped the bathroom predator myth on her show with a skit of a man walking into the women’s restroom saying “I'm Matilda, I’m identifying as a lady today, I hear you guys have champagne and cookies in here.” 

During the April 20 edition of her show on The Blaze TV, Loesch criticized celebrities boycotting North Carolina after the passage of the so called “bathroom bill,” aimed at discriminating against the LGBT community. Later that evening, Loesch tweeted the video claiming “It's obvious why everyone wants to use the #womensbathroom.” The tweet linked to the video from Loesch showing a man with a beard walking into a women’s restroom claiming “I’m identifying as a lady today.”

Her TV show's Twitter Account:

From the 04.20.2016 edition of TheBlazeTV's Dana:

Her other recent transphobia:
Her tweet defending Curt Schilling:


Loesch on Target:

Loesch on Boston's cancelling due to North Carolina's HB2:

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Dana Loesch endorses Missouri's discriminatory ballot measure #SJR39

Yet another anti-LGBTQ religious exemptions bill in the news, and it's Missouri's SJR39, and of course, a certain conservative yakker who hosts a show on TheBlaze on the TV side and on KFTK/Radio America for the radio side is going out of her way to defend this bigoted bill.

Some of Dana Loesch's pro-SJR39 cheerleading:
Dana Show regular and 2016 Missouri Gubernatorial candidate Peter Kinder (R) mentioned that opposition to SJR39 is "political correctness."

 This tweet from Allman Report regular and former Speaker Tim Jones, which Loesch retweeted:

Yet another tweet that Loesch retweeted Jones:

On the 03.09.2016 edition of KFTK/Radio America's The Dana Show, Loesch and Kinder defended SJR39 and ridiculed the opponents of the bill:

Kinder making an appearance on the 04.05.2016 edition of TheBlazeTV's Dana defending SJR39:

On the 03.31.2016 edition of KFTK/Radio America's The Dana Show, SJR39 lead sponsor Sen. Bob Onder went on to her show and defend the bill.

The facts about SJR39's harmful effects, which Loesch neglects to tell her fans about, from Boom.LGBT's Colin Murphy at The New Civil Rights Movement:
SJR 39, introduced by State Sen. Bob Onder (R-St. Charles), would ask voters to prohibit the state from imposing a penalty on a religious organization or individual who acts in accordance with a sincere religious belief concerning same-sex marriage, which includes the refusal to perform a same-sex marriage ceremony or allow a same-sex wedding ceremony to be performed on the religious organization's property. The bill further says the state shall not impose a penalty on an individual who declines either to be a participant in a marriage or wedding ceremony or to provide goods or services of expressional or artistic creation for such a marriage or ceremony or an ensuing celebration thereof, because of a sincere religious belief concerning marriage between two persons of the same sex.

Hashtags on SJR39: #SJR39, #StopSJR39, #SJR39Hurts

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