NRA’s Dana Loesch And Her Hour Glass - Liberal Resistance

NRA’s Dana Loesch And Her Hour Glass

By Marc Keyser Author of TheReistance.Blog

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NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch has been in the media making ominous threats against people who want common sense gun control. “Your time is running is out!” she shrieks like a witch out of a Harry Potter episode waving her magic hour glass threatening to cast an evil spell on people who dare question the NRA.

Gun-owning journalist Linda Tirado responds with a scathing article about Dana Loesch. Tirado challenges Loesch to back up her NRA ‘bullsh*t.’ ‘You don’t have the guts’ writes Tirado, who happens to be a gun owner.

Apparently, Tirado has not fallen under Loesch’s spell nor is she in the least intimidated. She challenges Loesch to back up her threats against reporters in the media — but she warned that she’s as skilled with guns as ‘laughingstock’ Loesch claims to be. Tirado called out Loesch as a phony and a “shill” who’s making America worse.

Loesch writes: “You will pointedly ignore the fact that most gun owners actually don’t like kids being massacred, that most of us think you’re a ghoul, and you will continue to babble about the rights you claim to assert on our behalf no matter how clearly we tell you to stop. You will carry on blithely, happy with your tenuous position because some fractional percentage of humanity watches you preen on camera, and you will count that as success while you ignore the body count that you directly contribute to.

“When you are old, you will consider your life and find it ash in your mouth while you watch today’s children systematically undoing your life’s work. They don’t fear you any more than I do, and they will win.

“And someday, in this life or the next one, because you are cowering and pampered and you will never have to face a spiritual mirror in this world, you will face a person who will simply quote you Matthew 7:23.

23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

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Governor of Florida passes gun control law in response to the Parkland Shooting

Florida Governor Rick Scott, a staunch ally of the National Rifle Association (NRA) has been feeling the heat from the Parkland Student’s national protest against the NRA. He signed into law a bill imposing a 21-year-old legal age requirement and three-day waiting period on all gun purchases and allowing the arming of some school employees.

Within hours, the NRA filed a court challenge to provisions raising the legal age for buying a rifle or shotgun, asserting that the higher requirement – consistent with the minimum age nationally for handgun purchases – violates the U.S. Constitution.

Final passage of the bill by state lawmakers came three weeks to the day after a gunman opened fire with a semiautomatic assault-style rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public in Parkland, Florida, killing 14 students and three faculty members.

The Governor threw in this cravat for the NRA: “I am glad, however, that the plan in this bill is not mandatory, which means it will be up to locally elected officials.” The fight for gun control is far from over.

Nikolas Cruz, the accused gunman charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder in the Parkland shooting, was 18 years old when he legally purchased the AR-15 assault-style rifle used in the massacre, according to authorities.

Despite the fact that Cruz had a history of mental issues, numerous encounters with police and was expelled from Stoneman Douglas last year for disciplinary problems, he passed the background check on the spot when he purchased the weapon.

Raising the age to purchase guns and strengthening background checks is just common sense.

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Taking the NRA boycott to the next level

Bank of America could be the key to putting pressure on Congress to pass common sense gun control laws over the corrupting influence of campaign contributions from the NRA.

In response to the school shooting, students and parents took to the phones calling First National Bank of Omaha. Within days, the number of calls reached the level of about 4 thousand a day. First National Bank wisely responded to the “customer feedback” that was beginning to jam their phones. First National capitulated and stopped sponsoring NRA Visa credit cards.

After seeing what happened to First National Bank, Bank of America is “re-examining” its relationship with AR-15 rifle manufacturers they lend money to. Good, but not nearly good enough.

Support the March for Our Lives coming up on March 24 by calling Bank of America today

Why call Bank of America? Because that’s where the money is; because Bank of America is an American icon of corruption and one of the worst examples of capitalism and greed on Wall St: and because when Bank of America speaks Congress listens because Bank of America owns most of them.

Call the Florida branch 954-227-6696

When we give Bank of America enough complaint calls to crash their phones and disrupt their business, Bank of America is going to be demanding that Congress solve the problem… not because they care about gun control, but because they want the calls to stop.

Join the March for Our Lives by calling Bank of America 

If you can’t travel to Washington D.C. for the march, you can still call Bank of America from anywhere.

Social network on Twitter and Facebook. Activate people who can’t come to Washington to support the March for Our Lives by calling Bank of America. Calling together we can overload their phones, disrupt their business and cost them a great deal of money.

Speak to those in power from a position of power

The Student Phone Protest brought First National Bank of Omaha to their knees, and we can bring Bank of America/Merrill Edge to their knees with a non-violent Mass Phone Protest.

Bank of America is far bigger First National and far more influential on Wall Street and in Congress, and at the same time far more vulnerable to a Mass Phone Protest in support of the NRA Boycott.

Shutdown Bank of America, and it will have a domino effect on Wall Street, which will give Congress their worst nightmare.

Bank of America can’t call in the police to police their phones. They can’t answer their phones any faster, and they can’t stop more and more protesters from calling, cutting off their communications, and turning their business into a financial disaster.

Bank of America can delay, they can stall; but they run the risk of the Mass Phone Protest going viral, bringing millions of protesters, especial young people, to the phones not just here in the U.S. but around the globe. The longer Bank of America holds out, the greater the risk that stock holders and depositors will panic and start a run on the bank… which Bank of America and Congress really should avoid at all costs.

When the Student Protest takes to the phones against Bank of America, the financial damage to the bank will become unsustainable and the pressure on Congress unbearable.

If Congress doesn’t pass gun control legislation, Congress runs the risk of Bank of America going bankrupt, triggering a run on the bank, crashing their stock, causing an economic melt-down, and unleashing a nationwide public backlash against Congress.

When the mass Phone Protest hits full force, Congress is going to feel like Sodom and Gomorrah when God rained down fire and brimstone upon them.

Marc Keyser

www.TheResistance.blog
ogkeyser@gmail.com