Dana Loesch Appearance on CNN foils Leftists’ Crusade against Tolerance
Ever since Tea Party activist Dana Loesch made her comments about the Marine Micturation scandal, her most vocal filthy Leftist opponents have tried to mock her, saying that CNN would not have her on as commentator anymore. On twitter and the liberal blogosphere, many on the Left have called on CNN to fire her for giving her opinion, because as we all know, the Left is always tolerant of dissenting beliefs.
Well, Dana announced this morning the following:
Going on CNN to talk primary, tea party in 30.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) January 30, 2012
So wow, these tweets from halfwit Eric Boehlert of Media Matters for America, and the post from turncoat founder of Little Green Footballs Charles Johnson (@lizardoid), look kinda stupid now:
pretty much everything; RT @Lizardoid Things CNN Has Not Asked @DLoesch To Discuss Since Her ‘Drop Trou’ Comments lgf.bz/xcx2ek — Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) January 27, 2012
shorter @CNN to contributor @Dloesch: don’t call us, we’ll call you; bit.ly/yjZ2Bv #droptrou — Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) January 27, 2012
oh @joelpollak, so @Dloesch HAS been on @CNN since #droptrou. Pls provide the dates. Becus Nexis says she’s been on zero. #Iwillwait
— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) January 28, 2012
“…as far as I can tell Loesch has not been on air since she made those disgraceful comments. In fact, she’s been absent from all of the following events:
- The CNN debate in South Carolina.
- The South Carolina primary.
- Post-debate analysis of Monday’s debate in Florida.
- The CNN debate in Florida.
It’s hard to know exactly what’s going on, but my guess is that CNN, as they stated, is not punishing her for the comments themselves. Rather, the controversy created by the comments caused CNN to finally start carefully considering what value Loesch actually brought to the network, and what damage to their reputation was done by paying a Breitbart editor to contribute.”
I hope CNN keeps Dana on to have an independent Conservative Tea Party voice, and have some semblance of credibility and objectivity to their network.
TELL CNN YOU SUPPORT DANA – RETWEET THIS!
***@CNN I fully support political contributor @DLoesch‘s right to speak her opinion, and urge you to continue having her as a guest. #tcot
— el SOOPer (@SooperMexican) January 30, 2012