NRA’s Dana Loesch reveals why the so-called “journalists” at CNN are some of the lowest forms of life walking the planet today

Last week, proud Pravda member CNN staged the journalistic equivalent of a hit job on Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch disguised as a “town hall event” to discuss “solutions” to school shootings.

Head ring leader Jake Tapper, who used to be a real journalist before hooking up with the Communist News Network, may have just as well thrown those two to lions for the way in which he allowed audience members at the event to behave.

Rubio was compared to Nikolas Cruz, and in case you’ve forgotten who he is (because the American Pravda media seems to have done so), he’s the guy who actually committed the murders at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Nice, huh?

But it was worse for Loesch who, quite frankly did not have to be at that venue unlike Rubio, who represents the state of Florida.

She was darn near treated to a similar fate as women who were killed during the Salem witch trials; at one point the lunatic, violent Leftists that CNN assembled for the event rushed the stage shouting “Burn her!” — again, as if Loesch had been the one who pulled the trigger at the Parkland, Fla., high school on February 14. She had to leave the venue under the watchful eye of armed personal security.

And what did Tapper do? Nothing.

Not a thing. In fact, as host of the journalistic hit job, he’s actually one of the many Left-wing enablers at the network who are doing every single thing they possibly can to destroy what remains of the civil society in our country.

The abuse continued later in the week when CNN libtard Alisyn Camerota told Loesch she has never allowed anyone to characterize the NRA as “child murders” like others did at Tapper’s event.

Except when she did.

As reported by the Washington Free Beacon, Loesch has come under criticism (by the American Pravda media) for telling journalists in the room during her speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference following her “town hall” lynching that, essentially, they are despicable because they “love mass shootings” due to the ratings they generate.

That got under Camerota’s skin (because the truth hurts) so she had Loesch on her program to berate her for it, calling the comment “just malicious.” (Related: CNN condemns heroic student who shielded others as a “liar” because he won’t parrot left-wing gun control talking points.)

But Loesch can hold her own so she was having none of it.

“I do need to interject though, Alisyn,” Loesch said. “You’re saying that it’s malicious, but yet on your network, you’ve allowed accusations against me and millions of law-abiding Americans to be indicted as child murderers. I’ve watched you, Alisyn, on your program at this very time slot, and you’ve allowed that to stand uncorrected on your network.”

“It’s not true. We’ve never called you a child murderer,” Camerota said. “We have to be fact-based” (that last part is just laughable considering all of the lying fake news her network has put out regarding the hoax about President Donald J. Trump’s campaign “collusion” with Russia).

“No, you’ve allowed the accusations to stand, Alisyn. Please follow what I’m saying,” Loesch said. “You’ve done nothing to correct that.”

“I don’t believe you,” she responded in the grown-up equivalent of a five-year-old putting their hands over their ears so they can’t hear as they chant “nah-nah-nah-nah!” “I don’t believe you, and I don’t believe you!”

Well, the Free Beacon had to set the record straight:

However, on Monday’s “New Day,” Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg used that term to refer to the NRA, and Camerota let it pass. …

Added Hogg: “And not take money from people that want to keep lessening gun legislation and making it even easier for these horrifying people to get guns, because if you can’t get elected without taking money from child murderers, why are you running?”

CNN even promoted “child murders” in a headline for the interview segment.

How about now, Alisyn? Do you remember now?

J.D. Heyes is also editor-in-chief of The National Sentinel.

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