Lib Posts Raunchy Pic of ‘Dana Loesch’ Doing Porn — Quickly Learns He Made a Big Mistake

If you’ve been on Twitter lately you probably know that Dana Loesch has become the face of the movement that is pushing back against the left’s phony gun control narrative post-Parkland.

When you’re a conservative and you become the face of a conservative movement on Twitter, the trolls come out in droves.

That’s exactly what’s happening with Dana.

From Western Journal:

A Twitter user attempted to trash NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch in a series of sexist and vile tweets that claimed she was the subject of a racy photo.

Jeff Black, a social media troll who uses Twitter to stain conservatives, posted a vile tweet claiming that Loesch had posed semi-nude in a revealing photo.

Just one small problem.

That’s not Dana and anyone who has seen Dana knew that right off the bat.

Dana has responded to trolls who have tweeted that picture to her several times and called out the fact that it’s not her. Most of the trolls end up deleting the tweets.

This troll eventually figured out he made a mistake and took full responsibility.

Just kidding, he blamed Google.

Pathetic.

Again, the picture doesn’t even look like Dana but that won’t stop the hysterical left from smearing her every chance they get. What does that have to do with gun control anyway? Say that was her in the picture? So what? Does that somehow invalidate her position on guns? Of course not. Just another distraction from a group of people that is terrified of having a real debate about guns.

Dana Loesch has done an impeccable job handling the dishonest media. If you missed the CNN gun control town hall, you missed a brave and impressive performance from Dana.

From Breitbart:

Two students from Marjorie Stonemason Douglas High School attacked National Rifle Association spokesperson Dana Loesch as a bad mother during the CNN Town Hall on gun policy on Wednesday night.

One student, Cameron Kasky, said onstage while questioning Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL): “I wish I could have asked the NRA lady [Loesch] a question … I would ask her how she can look in the mirror, considering the fact that she has children, but, you know, maybe she avoids those.”

Another student, Emma Gonzalez — whom CNN has highlighted frequently in the past several days — also attacked Loesch as a mother: “I want you to know that we will support your two children in a way that you will not.”

Jake Tapper just sat there and let the students call Dana a bad mother and a murderer. He did nothing to stop it. It wasn’t a serious debate. It was a circus and Dana handled herself well without complaining. She would have had every right to walk out of the room. She didn’t. Props to her.

Dana Loesch is winning the battle of ideas against the hysterical left. How do we know?

From Townhall:

The publicity onslaught against the National Rifle Association has been aggressive to say the least. Clearly someone somewhere decided that the key to winning the gun control debate was to concentrate negative sentiment on the nation’s leading 2nd Amendment advocacy group. Rallies, placards, social media and townhall talking points have gone beyond policy disagreement and tried to label the NRA a terrorist organization. What to social media data show about the effect of these efforts? In a word, ‘recruitment’. Look at the data below and you’ll see that after an initial spike in searches about the Florida shooting, after a week that search declined and searches about the NRA increased. Here’s the data:

In other words, as Americans saw mass media attempting to delegitimize an organization focused on defense of a key provision of the Bill of Rights, they responded by researching how to join that organization.

Game. Set. Match.

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