CNN Lets Students Attack Dana Loesch as a Bad Mother at Town Hall on Guns (Video)

CNN Lets Students Attack Dana Loesch as a Bad Mother at Town Hall on Guns (Video)

These kids are being coached to attack Dana Loesch and the NRA.

CNN held a Town Hall on gun policy Wednesday night and let two students from Marjorie Stonemason Douglas High School attack National Rifle Association spokesperson Dana Loesch saying she is a bad mother.

One student, Cameron Kasky, who seemed to be acting more the narrator than Trapper said onstage while questioning Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL): “I wish I could have asked the NRA lady [Loesch] a question … I would ask her how she can look in the mirror, considering the fact that she has children, but, you know, maybe she avoids those.”

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Another student, Emma Gonzalez — whom CNN has highlighted frequently in the past several days — also attacked Loesch as a mother: “I want you to know that we will support your two children in a way that you will not,” Breitbart reports.

Tapper did not comment.

In addition, as NewsBusters notes, the crowd repeatedly heckled Loesch as a “murderer.” Tapper did admonish them — as did Gonzalez — to be quiet so that they could hear her answers to questions.

“Let’s have some respect. She’s here to answer the questions. Let’s let her answer the questions,” Tapper said.

The crowd also booed Loesch when she referred to a rape survivor who supports gun rights.

Throughout the attacks, Dana Loesch maintained her composure.


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