Dana Loesch, spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association, has faced a lot of heat online in recent weeks after the liberal outrage mob partially blamed the NRA for the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14.
But one man's criticism rose above the rest, garnering the perfect response from Loesch.
What did the man say?
It all began when Loesch tweeted a Newsweek story on Monday that criticized her for not being a fan of musician Neil Young.
What followed were two despicable, hyper-sexualized, extremely vulgar tweets bashing Loesch. Along with the tweets were two pictures, one of Loesch and another of a woman who the man first claimed was Loesch. The picture was of a woman on her hands and knees, nearly nude, in a shirt that nearly exposed her breast.
"Dana, the #2A-wanking NRA-#DeathCult c**t, was a conservative "8" on the p***y groping @POTUS' nauseating scale of "invisible-to-10." #BlueBall-blue sneakers covered her front cloven hooves and provided "doggy-style" traction for her pimp's violent #BumpStock thrusts. #ShortStory," the first tweet read.
The second said: "Depraved doggy-style #GunF**ker #DanaLoesch wore bizarre blue hand-sneakers for her sloppy-Second Amendment running of the #TrumpTrain. Her pendulously-perfect breasts of #BallisticGel inspired malevolently magnificent & pharmaceutically infallible #BabyBoomer boners. #ShortStory," the second read.
After Black was called out by influential personalities on Twitter, he issued "an official & legally hilarious correction" to his tweets with the picture of a woman who was not Loesch. It, too, was filled with vile hatred.
How did Loesch respond?
With pure class, of course:
Loesch's succinct response is no surprise for anyone who knows her — or for one of her hundreds of thousands of followers. Unfortunately, Loesch and her family have been subject to this kind of hatred online for years, which bolsters her need, and support, for the Second Amendment.
(H/T: The Daily Wire)