Black Lives Matter Bringing More Violence – VIDEO

Recently, Dana Loesch has been attacked by Black Lives Matter and women’s group after her recent NRA ad. Loesch says that Black Lives Matter is bringing more violence. In this ad she calls on people to resist the action that the left is taking. The action of the left she is referring to is their lies, propaganda and political violence.

Here is the NRA ad that has BLM and women’s group up in arms.

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In a BLM video, Loesch was personally called out. The video urges activists to “produce media, teach students, march and protest to not only protect the First Amendment as fiercely as the NRA protects the Second [Amendment], but to protect our lives from gun-toting racists.”

Watch the video.

Additional to that, there is a protest at the NRA headquarters which is planned to start today. Part of this is in response to Loesch’s NRA ad.

Loesch is on the record saying it is “incredibly ironic” that that these groups claim to support free speech and be inclusive when that obviously could not be further from the truth.

What do you think about Loesch’s NRA ad and the response of BLM? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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