While researching another post I’m in the process of writing, I discovered (to my amusement) that Dana Loesch has blocked me from seeing her Twitter feed. I’ve written about Loesch on many occasions, though I haven’t exactly covered her in praise. Currently, the NRA’s Princess of Darkness, her angry Conservatism could suck the joy out of a screaming orgasm.
On the one hand, I suppose I should be flattered to be considered enough of a threat to someone’s peace of mind that they’d block me on Twitter. On the other, it’s not as if she adds anything positive to humanity, so it’s not exactly a great loss.
— Kathleen Rice (@RepKathleenRice) August 11, 2017
Rep. Rice was, unsurprisingly, pilloried on Twitter for having the temerity to call out Loesch for being a something less than positive voice in the debate over gun control. Making a thinly-veiled threat of violence against Liberals who dare speak out for common sense gun control should be a matter for concern. Then again, Proudly Closed-minded gun Control Foes © like Loesch aren’t exactly renowned for their tolerance of dissent. Free speech to Loesch is any speech which she agrees with; anything else is offensive and deserving only of being suppressed.
I suspect I’ll manage to muddle through life secure in the knowledge that at least one Conservative considers me a threat to their peace of mind.
My work here is done, eh?