Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) justified the latest Obamacare delay on Wednesday by saying some Americans just aren’t “educated on how to use the Internet.”

The comment was met with scorn in many quarters, and TheBlaze TV host Dana Loesch tore the statement apart while guest hosting “The Glenn Beck Program” Thursday.

“It’s not that the website sucks or that the law was intentionally designed to create chaos,” Loesch said sarcastically. “It’s because people are stupid.”

Dana Loesch guest hosts the Glenn Beck Program March 27, 2014. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)

Dana Loesch guest hosts the Glenn Beck Program March 27, 2014. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)

Adopting an infomercial-style voice, Loesch continued, approaching an old-fashioned desktop computer: “I thought I would give you a quick tutorial on how to ‘Internet’ if you’re having trouble ‘Interneting’ and getting the Obamacare because – computer.”

She demonstrated: “This keyboard allows you to type ignorant stuff on my Facebook wall, like, ‘Dana, you suck!’ and demonstrate your lack of understanding between ‘you’re’ – you are – and ‘your’ – possessive.”

“Now, because you’re a racist who probably never liked Obamacare anyway, it’s not going to process your order,” she continued smoothly. “If you actually get to the point in the process where you can put some Obamacare in your virtual cart, just leave it there and don’t pay for it! Because Health and Human Services, they modified the definition of ‘enroll’ to people who want the Obamacare but don’t want to pay.”

She concluded: “Now, if you still can’t get on the Internet and ‘computer’ your way to Obamacare, this is really important … It’s probably the fault of the Koch brothers.”

Loesch’s last comment mocked Reid’s apparent obsession with the wealthy conservative siblings. More than once, Reid has villified the Koch brothers on the Senate floor, recently calling them and those who have been negatively impacted by Obamacare liars, who made up their stories “from whole cloth.”

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