Earlier today, Dana Loesch pointed out former Congressman David Jolly using the wrong gun terminology during a CNN interview.
The NRA Spokeswoman later explained why it’s important for gun control advocates to know what it is they’re wanting to ban.
Anti-gun advocates are angry when their incorrect use of terminology is commented upon. Learn more about the things you want to ban. (Ban, yes. Check Murphy’s House bill banning semi-auto and Mark Glaze’s call on Tucker for “mandatory buy backs.”)
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 10, 2018
Of course, Moms Demands Action founder Shannon Watts had a TON of questions for Loesch, but, like most of conservative Twitter, she has Loesch blocked. Shocker, right?
Why does Dana Loesch refer to the @NRA as a fellowship? Why do @NRA lobbyists call gun violence prevention advocates anti-gun? Why is the @NRA advocating for the so-called “Hearing Protection Act” instead of calling it what it actually is: a federal bill to deregulate silencers? https://t.co/unMsvKWMuJ
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) March 10, 2018
Wow, Shannon. You’re SO big and bad asking Dana Loesch all of these questions. Have you thought of unblocking her so that she can actually SEE and ANSWER your questions? Oh, that’s right. You block anyone who disagrees with your point of view, even if they have an intelligent point to make.
Why do they think we get mad about gun terminology? We don't CARE about gun terminology. They use that drivel to derail any conversation or to shirk responsibility.
— soupcity (@emmbee1002) March 10, 2018
WE care because terminology MATTERS when it comes to public policy.
Dana Loesch has no soul. There's no other explanation for her.
— Steven Huyck (@steven_huyck) March 10, 2018
That’s rich coming from a former Planned Parenthood worker.
Shannon Watts, how am I just following you now? You are AMAZING. Thank you for all you do. ♥️
— Leslie is probably losing it. (@LeslieSimone_) March 10, 2018
OH. EM. GEE. Shannon you’re SO fabulous! Your Twitter war against yourself is AH-MAZE-ING!
Why does Dana call the NRA a fellowship? Because she wants @NRA members to view their opinions as spiritual beliefs and spiritual beliefs are not changed by facts. The NRA fears facts.
— Sally D. (@Sallygirlygirly) March 10, 2018
You’re an idiot for even believing what you say.
It is a Cult.
— Allyson Williams No Bot I (@lacewilliams) March 10, 2018
That’s a mighty big cult. 5 million members? WOWZA.
Because the NRA is fed by Russia, and the more horrifying violence there is, the more panicked they hope we become, and the more power they will have over us.
— Benessa (@mommicality) March 10, 2018
Is this the latest gun control talking point? Because you all might want to freshen up and find something different if it is.