Tuesday, June 7, 2011

When Dana Loesch Makes a False Statement, She's Actually Asking If It's True

Wow, I have to say, this really explains everything! Dana Loesch said today that when she makes a false statement, she's actually just asking a question about whether it's true. Now I see why she thinks she's a journalist!

As I just pointed out, Loesch retweeted this completely false claim earlier today:

Eric Boehlert at Media Matters retweeted my blog post pointing out that it was a lie:

And here was Loesch's response:

See? So when Loesch said that Media Matters wrote 9 pages, she was actually "asking" if they wrote 9 pages!

I can't tell you how much clarity this adds to her rhetoric. So, for example, when she had Andrew Breitbart on her radio show to falsely claim that Shirley Sherrod is racist, they were really just asking if Sherrod was racist!

And when she falsely claimed that a UMKC professor said that "Violence is a tactic," she was actually just asking the question, "Do UMKC professors teach that violence is a tactic?"

And so on.

At last, it all makes sense! Dana Loesch has really just been asking questions this whole time!

1 comment:

  1. What do you mean "When" she makes a false statement, i have never heard her make a true one