On "Dana" tonight, Dana Loesch offered a powerful monologue on the failure of the Republicans in the House of Representatives last week to pass their health care reform bill and offered a history lesson on whom they should be thanking for their majorities in Congress:
"Millions of grassroots Americans, through the vehicle of this [the Tea Party] movement, saved the GOP's ass in 2010 when our momentum gave the GOP their biggest victory in decades. The margin of victory we delivered was called 'historic,' by the press. Former President Obama was forced to describe it as a 'shellacking.'"
She then took dead aim at those in the GOP who are attacking the House Freedom Caucus for its demise:
"Today some of the people I see criticizing the Freedom Caucus were MIA during the heavy lifting of 2009 and 2012. Some folks just aren't attracted to the hard work of pounding the pavement to effect real change, but they'll sit in front of a camera and criticize the people who did. It's easy to armchair quarterback."
Finally, she offered a warning to those who would illicitly attempt to cast the House Freedom Caucus as the villain in this drama in D.C.:
"If the House Freedom Caucus is a problem, you're saying that the grassroots Tea Party is the problem. You're spitting on the victory that the people gave to the GOP in 2010, the Senate victory in 2014, and the White House in 2016."