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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Dana Loesch: Anti-NRA March Doesn’t Really Represent Women

“We are not safe,” the Women’s March ominously declares. A statement on the group’s Facebook page goes on to detail the planned protest against the NRA for what they claim is the group’s “direct endorsement of violence against women.”

Somehow, like much of the misguided left, the Women’s March group took Dana Loesch’s NRA ad—in which she called for a stop to the violence, and fighting lies with truth—and determined that it was “irresponsible and dangerous” and “suggests armed violence.” Clearly, they weren’t able to actually hear the ad over their own hysteria.

And Loesch is having none of it. “I'm not going to be lectured by this fake feminist women's organization,” she declared during an appearance on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight. Loesch points out the group would be more accurately named the “Some Women’s March” because they only represent those who agree with their politics. Case in point: They conveniently banned a pro-life women’s group from a march earlier this year.

Loesch also offered up an alternative for those who want to see women who are actually empowered, and invited them to take a trip to the NRA.