After CNN Crowd Screamed at Trump Supporter & Called Her a “Murderer,” Watch Her Brutal Response

Political Commentator Dana Loesch recently said the liberal media and the Washington establishment are attacking Pres. Trump in the most “ruthless” attack against a President in American history.

Last night, she took on the media face-to-face as she took part in CNN’s “Town Hall” about gun control. She was there to defend the 5 million proud NRA members, and speak on their behalf.

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As Loesch answered a question from one of the students form Parkland High School, the crowd began screaming and heckling her.

“You’re a Murderer!” 

The crowd interrupted several times, but Loesch kept her cool. She glared at them and kindly asked them to be quiet because she is there to speak for the 5 million NRA members.

Loesch said that it’s not Federal law for States to put convicted criminals or “mentally insane” people in the federal database, and this is why the Parkland shooter passed a background check.

The angry crowd continued heckling,  but Loesch continued.

“I don’t believe that this insane monster should have ever been able to obtain a firearm, ever… I do not think that he should have gotten his hands on any kind of weapon.”


“This individual was nuts, and I — nor the millions of people that I represent as a part of this organization that I’m here speaking for — none of us support people who are crazy, who are a danger to themselves, who are a danger to others, getting their hands on a firearm,”

Leosch also said the NRA supports Pres. Trump’s suggested bump stock ban, but the crowd had already decided they were going to be against her no matter what she said.

She came there with clear solutions to help plug loopholes that allow mentally ill people to get guns, but the crowd didn’t want to hear it. All they wanted to hear was that the NRA would support a ban on AR-15 rifles.

Despite the total disrespect shown to Leosch, she stood up to these bullies in a professional and reasonable manner.

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