By Tom Knighton
Dana Loesch goes through a hell of a lot in her role as a spokesperson for the National Rifle Association. Just the stuff I’ve seen on Twitter directed at her has been among the vilest filth ever to infest the internet, and she routinely brushes it off like it’s nothing. Loesch has become the epitome of grace in the wake of outright hatred.
I get that they blame the NRA for mass shootings, but they’re lashing out at her like she’s the one pulling the trigger.
Then, to top it off, Twitter wanted to try and argue that being hopeful for the death of Loesch’s children didn’t violate their rules.
It does not violate Twitter’s rules against abuse to wish death upon National Rifle Association (NRA) spokeswoman Dana Loesch’s children, Twitter ruled Sunday evening.
“The only way these people learn is if it affects them directly,” Twitter user Milan Legius wrote in a reply to Loesch. “So if Dana Loesch has to have her children murdered before she’ll understand, I guess that’s what needs to happen.”
“You may not make specific threats of violence or wish for the serious physical harm, death, or disease of an individual or group of people,” <a target="_blank" …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms