Singer Nancy Sinatra, daughter of the legendary Frank Sinatra, tweeted Tuesday, "The murderous members of the NRA should face a firing squad.” The tweet was later deleted, but not before spawning harsh backlash from outraged NRA members and NRA spokesperson, Dana Loesch.
Hi @NancySinatra , hasn’t there been enough death for you?
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) October 5, 2017
In this video clip from today’s show, Dana delivers a scathing message on behalf of the more than 5 million, law-abiding members of the NRA and “people who aren’t even NRA members. Just average everyday gun owners. All they want to be able to do is protect themselves from ‘monsters,’ the same monsters that they are told the system will protect them from. But they see the system fail time and time again. So it is abhorrent to tell these people that they have blood on their hands, or that they are in any way culpable, when all they want to do is protect themselves from the monsters that the system fails to protect them from. And Nancy Sinatra -- don’t become a monster.”