Dana Loesch often mocks the so-called "war on women" as a fake controversy that conflates actual rights with the nonexistent right to have others pay for your birth control. But if she had to launch her own "war" on something, Loesch said in a video released Wednesday, it would be overalls.
"My name is Dana Loesch, and I am declaring a war on baby farm fashion," she declared. "Unless you are a baby or a farmer, you don't need to be wearing overalls as high fashion. That is how it is being marketed to us now. I was a kid in the [1990s] -- my brain is scarred. I have scar tissue on the places where I saw people wearing overalls with heels."
Loesch recalled how she was "laughed off [her] grandma's porch" when she tried to wear overalls to her family farm as a child.
"I get it that we have things going on with Ukraine. I get it that we have the IRS and the NSA," Loesch told her audience. "But hands to sky ... if I have to deal with an incoming deluge of marketing telling me how overalls with pumps and clutches are going to be the next fashionable thing, I'm going to riot."
Back in March, TheBlaze TV released a similar video mocking Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s “ban bossy” campaign. It was titled "ban quirky," and you can watch it here.