Dana Loesch has been an outspoken critic of the so-called "war on women" since its inception, saying Democrats are conflating actual rights with the non-existent right to have other people pay for your birth control.
On her Blaze TV show Friday, Loesch brought in an audience full of women to weigh in on the controversy, finishing the show with a mock "pajama party" where she read some of the hate mail she received this week.
"The female resistance marches on," she said. "We're bringing the war on women to them."
One of Loesch's main issues with the "war on women" was that it relied on women to "accept premises at face value."
Women were essentially told, she said: "If we don't pass healthcare we're going to starve because we don't have birth control for sexual recreation purposes! Old, white, Republican men [will] physically block our access to contraceptives by refusing to pay for them! And women, we have to vote for Barack Obama if we want the right to vote! Forget that we already have it. We need it again!"
Loesch rounded out the show with a unique "pajama party" reading of her hate mail.
"This is where I monetize all of the hate from the past week, and then I take it and I spend it on ammunition," she said, dressed in pajamas and holding a flashlight to read the "scary stories from liberals."
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