Blah blah, libel, defamation, blah. At this point, is there anyone in St. Louis who hasn't been accused of libel and defamation by Loesch?
But this case is a little interesting, because Loesch is accusing me of libel for posting audio of her own comments:
And this is all I had to say about the clip, all of which is obviously true:
But I actually did listen to the radio show, and it was clear that Loesch was attacking third parties and blaming them for the loss. She called them "ballot decorations" and used a whiny voice to represent them. And, of course, she fails to mention that the St. Louis tea party actively blacklisted Ed Martin's primary challenger.So if merely pointing out that Loesch attacked third parties and blamed them for the loss is libel, then I guess Loesch actually attacking the third party and blaming them for the loss must be, like, quadruple libel. In fact, I think that a strong case can be made that a pattern of repeated false comments by Dana Loesch have severely impugned the character of Dana Loesch, to the point where sane people can no longer take her seriously. Sounds like a classic case of libel and/or defamation.
If Loesch would like any supporting evidence in building her case against herself, I'd be happy to help out.