NRA Spox Dana Loesch Is Moving After Her Family Received Threats: This Underscores ‘Why I Carry’


NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch is moving out of her home after she and her family have received threats from numerous gun control advocates.

“It’s difficult to have an open house and sell your house conventionally when you’re still in it and you have a security threat- a security issue as well,” Loesch began.

The conservative radio talk show host told Martha MacCallum that she used the #MeToo trend that dominated social media to share her story, posting a picture of her family’s belongings in garbage bags.

“These threats are why I’m leaving,” Loesch said as she identified with other victims. “These threats are why I’m moving my family at a horrible time in terms of real estate… This is what I’m dealing with because of these threats.”

She praised the local police department and the local FBI office for their assistance in the wake of the threats.

“I don’t hate anyone that disagrees with me,” Loesch continued. “My advocacy for Second Amendment rights isn’t designed to magically put a firearm in the hands of someone else. I just want people to have that choice. And all of this has really underscored why I carry. It makes me so grateful that I can protect myself.”

She said that the threats have happened for a while, but recently received “creepy emails” that invoked her children as well as pictures of her house.

Loesch also expressed appreciation to Chelsea Clinton, who took to Twitter condemned those who threatened her:

“I think for so long, there have been many who have tolerated a little bit of sexism in order to achieve their political objective,” Loesch added. “I think that some people, some on the left have tolerated sexism towards conservative women because it helps them achieve a goal of silencing conservative women and silencing the conservative agenda and that is never how it should be.”

Watch the clip above, via Fox News.

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