Monday, September 26, 2011

Loesch Claims Gay Soldier Booed by GOP Crowd Was Asking a "Gotcha Question"

Dana Loesch, in full disconnected-from-reality spin mode, is denying that GOP crowds have consistently embarrassed themselves with inappropriate cheering and booing at the Republican primary debates. First a GOP crowd loudly cheered for the high number of executions in Texas, then they cheered for letting an uninsured man die, and most recently some in the crowd booed gay soldier Stephen Hill when he asked the candidates if they would prevent him from being allowed to serve openly.

Loesch, in a move reminiscent of the time she demanded that a woman should apologize for having her neck stomped on by a Rand Paul supporter, has declared that the solider was asking a "gotcha question" by wondering if he would be allowed to serve his country. Here's what Loesch ridiculously claimed:
An individual, via those in attendance, hollered at the health care story and the audience rebuked them. Two men booed the gotcha question posed by a gay soldier and they were so strongly rebuked for booing that the audience’s hisses and shushes overpowered the volume of the rude men’s outburst.
This is the question from Hill that Loesch called a "gotcha question:"
Do you intend to circumvent the progress that has been made for gay and lesbian soldiers in the military?
And in case you missed it the first time, you can watch the video and judge for yourself whether Loesch's claims have any plausibility here:

Also of interest, in light of Charles Johnson's documentation of the pattern of racist comments at Breitbart's sites, is that one of Breitbart's commenters immediately compared homosexuality to bestiality:
Tell us all, please: When did you last father a child on a member of the same sex? Okay, now tell us when you fathered a child with a member of another species.

We'll wait.
Wonder how Loesch will spin that one? Oh wait, she can't, because she's done the same thing.

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