May 20, 2018
National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch blamed the media for “creating” the “monsters” who commit mass shootings like the one at a Texas high school on Friday.
“The media has got to stop creating more of these monsters by oversaturation,” Loesch said on NRATV Friday, just hours after a deadly shooting at Santa Fe High School claimed 10 lives.
“I’m not saying don’t responsibly report on things as they happen,” she continued. “Look, I understand it. But constantly showing the image of the murderer, constantly saying their name is completely unnecessary.”
"#MSM has got to stop creating more of these monsters by oversaturation. I'm not saying don't responsibly report on things as they happen. I understand it. But constantly showing the image of the murderer, constantly saying their name, is completely unnecessary." —@DLoesch #NRA pic.twitter.com/9GjK3sLrDr
— NRATV (@NRATV) May 19, 2018
This article was posted: Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 6:24 am