The organizers of last January’s post-inaugural Women’s March returned to the streets of Washington D.C., last Friday, this time to protest against the National Rifle Association. Last month, the NRA released a video featuring Dana Loesch, NRA spokeswoman, who called for a stop to demonstrations that "bully and terrorize the law-abiding until the only option left is for the police to do their jobs and stop the madness."
Today on “Dana,” Loesch pointed out that the Women’s March is the same group of people who have celebrated women like Joanne Chesimard, the first woman to be added the the FBI’s most wanted list and convicted of murder. They have honored as featured keynote speakers, Donna Hylton, who spent 27 years in prison for the torture and murder of a gay man, and Rasmea Odeh, who was responsible for the death of two people in a 1970 bombing.
The Women’s March members have railed against gun ownership for private citizens and yet hired private armed security guards for themselves. They claim that the NRA threatens their First Amendment rights while at the same time demanding that NRA communications be silenced.
Dana is not about to apologize for the video:
“This Women’s March is the same group that thinks my condemning white trust-fund socialists rioting and busting storefronts in videos ... while calling for truth and peaceful protest and allowing the police to do their jobs, not like how they were told to stand down in Baltimore, was violent. … Newsflash: I am the NRA. So are millions of women in the NRA.”