CNN reports NRA spokeswoman to the feds (video)

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Over the weekend, a video from the National Rifle Association featuring NRA spokeswoman and TheBlaze contributor Dana Loesch was released. In the ad, Loesch calls out the New York Times for their agenda-driven and biased media coverage:

“We the people have had it with your narratives, your propaganda, your fake news. We’ve had it with your constant protection of your Democrat overlords, your refusal to acknowledge any truth that upsets the fragile construct that you believe is real life.And we’ve had it with your pretentious tone-deaf assertion that you are, in any way, are truth or fact-based journalism.

Consider this the shot across your proverbial bow. We’re going to fisk the New York Times and just what deep, rich means to this old gray hag, this untrustworthy, dishonest rag that has subsisted on the welfare of mediocrity for one, two, three more decades. We’re going to laser focus on your so-called honest pursuit of truth. In short, we’re coming for you.”

Many liberals went up in arms about the ad, which is no surprise considering how the mainstream media leftists have responded to Loesch’s past commercials. However, CNN military analyst Mark Hertling was so offended by the ad that he reported Loesch to the federal government for “hateful” messaging and “encouraging violence.”

After Hertling posted the tweet announcing his contacting of the feds, a Twitter feud ensued between the CNN pundit, Loesch and Twitter users, which you can view below:

Video of the ad can be viewed below:

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