An ad featuring Dana Loesch is being criticized for inciting violence among young people. According to BLM leader DeRay McKesson, who tweeted a link to the ad, the NRA ad is an open call to violence to protect white supremacy in the United States.
McKesson also didn’t take into consideration that Loesch is decended from native Americans. It would be odd for her to be promoting white supremacy considering her heritage.
Here’s what Loesch said:
- “The media assassinates real news” — Fact. Just look at what CNN’s been up to.
- “Schools teach students that their president is the next Hitler.” — Universities are indoctrinating students with left-wing nonsense.
- “Hollywood has influence over the public narrative ” — Which they do.
- “Protesters are bullying and terrorizing the law abiding” — Violence is coming exclusively from the side chanting “love Trumps hate”.
This NRA ad is an open call to violence to protect white supremacy. If I made a video like this, I'd be in jail. pic.twitter.com/LD65yMUMVn
— deray mckesson (@deray) June 29, 2017
Loesch’s final comment was aimed at encouraging everyone to fight lies with the truth. No wonder DeRay was upset! The truth is such a white supremacy thing!
Allen B. West reports:
A NRA commercial featuring The Blaze host Dana Loesch is being criticized for “inciting violence” among people who don’t know what the term “inciting violence” means.
Black Lives Matter leader DeRay McKesson (who is kinda like the black Shaun King) tweeted out a link to Loesch’s ad earlier today, captioning it “this NRA ad is an open call to violence to protect white supremacy. If I made a video like this, I’d be in jail.”