Dana Loesch Responds To Rep. Kathleen Rice Labeling NRA Members “Domestic Security Threat” (Video)

Dana Loesch Responds To Rep. Kathleen Rice Labeling NRA Members “Domestic Security Threat” (Video)

Democratic U.S. Congresswoman and member of the Homeland Security Committee Kathleen Rice has labeled NRA members “domestic security threats.”

 “Blaze” host and NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch said she was “incredibly shocked” to hear that a New York congresswoman labeled her and the NRA a “national security threat.”

“She had harsher words for myself and the millions of NRA members than she did MS-13.” 

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Loesch was criticized by Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-N.Y.) and others on the left for her recent NRA ad.

Loesch has every right to be concerned about Rice’s statement.

The congresswoman from New York on Thursday night accused the National Rifle Association and its spokeswoman of being “domestic threats” to the security of the United States, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

Rice immediately got pushback from Loesch.

NRA members and their supporters also did not appreciate being equated with terrorists.

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Loesch Tweeted this over concerns of being arrested.

Today, Loesch called for Rice to resign, and rightly so.


 

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