NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch forced to move after getting death threats from deranged leftists

Spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association, Dana Loesch, revealed she is being forced to move her family from their home after “repeated” death threats against her.

The syndicated talk radio host announced the unanticipated move on Sunday following threats including one to “shoot me in my front yard.”

In a series of tweets on Sunday, Loesch spoke out about the harassment by gun control advocates, using the hashtag, #MeToo which has been utilized by other women sharing their own assault experiences in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal.

The conservative commentator tweeted a picture of trash bags filled with her family’s belongings and explained that she was “preparing to move” because of the serious threats being made against her.

She revealed that her children and family were being targeted as well.

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The 39 year-old called out the way progressives have treated her and other conservative women because of their views on guns and the Second Amendment.

Loesch slammed those who are critical of conservative women while they praise women who are victims of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, who is facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault ocurring over many decades.

Loesch condemned feminists who “sold out” to party politics, saying they “should’ve defended women, regardless of party.”

The conservative author explained why the subject gets her “heated” and that she has experienced the hypocrisy “first hand.”

In an appearnce on Fox News Channel’s “The Story with Martha MacCallum” on Monday, Loesch gave “kudos” to an unlikely supporter who tweeted a response to her remarks.

“She’s right,” Loesch said about Chelsea Clinton, saying she gave her “credit” for acknowledging it.

She also revealed the difficulty of trying to sell her home “conventionally” while living in it amid the security, adding praise for the FBI and local law enforcement who have helped her navigate through the situation.

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Loesch said she does not hate anyone who disagrees with her stance on guns and that her advocacy for Second Amendment rights “isn’t magically designed to put a firearm” in someone’s hands.

“I just want someone to have that choice [to carry a weapon],” she said, adding that the threats just underscore the reason why she carries a weapon.

“I’ll never stand down,” she declared.

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Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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