(Ammoland.com) – On Monday, conservative commentator and national NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch sent a message to The New York Times:
“We’re going to laser-focus on your so-called ‘honest pursuit of truth.’ In short, we’re coming for you.”
Loesch’s new video commentary, “Taking on the Times,” hits back at NYT spokeswoman Eileen Murphy, who last month responded to the NRATV ad “Truth Doesn’t Matter to The New York Times,” by claiming, “Our commitment to the truth isn't new, it dates back 166 years.”
Labeling the NYT as an “ever dutiful shill for the left,” Loesch destroys Murphy’s claims of honesty, citing the NYT’s “fake news” reporting on Benghazi, refusal to cover how emails showed Hillary Clinton told her daughter it was a terror attack, as well as the publication’s always blaming the gun when reporting on inner-city violence.
“You always blame the gun when publishing stories on the Chicago crime rate and refuse to acknowledge the fall of the prosecution rate for felony crimes,” says Loesch.
The lies, Loesch says, are designed to limit Second Amendment freedoms and divide America, while simultaneously protecting the NYT’s “democratic overlords.”
“We’ve had it with your pretentious, tone-deaf assertion that you are in any way truth or fact-based journalism,” says Loesch. “Consider this the shot across your proverbial bow.”
Last week, NRATV released two ads focused on holding mainstream media accountable. The ads featured NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre, as well as Loesch.
Taken together, the NRA is sending a clear message to the leftist media:
We will no longer allow you to assassinate the truth and we will fight your violence of lies with a clenched fist of truth.
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