‘Inciting violence against my wife and me’: Dana Loesch confronts Scarborough over bogus accusation

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Dana Loesch shredded Joe Scarborough in a heated Twitter exchange after the MSNBC host attacked her for supposedly “inciting violence” against him and his wife, Mika Brzezinski.

The former spokesperson for the National Rifle Association had her hands full on Twitter following two mass shootings over the weekend, and called out the social media users slamming the NRA for inciting mob violence against her.

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“Good job pretending to denounce violence with this hideous behavior,” Loesch tweeted Sunday amid the fallout from the El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio shootings that left 29 people dead.

Scarborough joined the pile-up, responding to Loesch’s tweet by accusing her of being “shameless” and slamming her for an NRA advertisement.

The former NRA-TV host fired back against his mischaracterization of the ad, calling his remark a “shameful lie.”

Scarborough continued his posturing, however, tweeting back that the ads “intended to inflame violence.”

Loesch made it clear she wasn’t going to take Scarborough’ bait and get into a war of words over something unrelated to herself.

The MSNBC host railed about Loesch arguing over “semantics.”

Loesch confronted him on his criticism of her by referring to “increased background checks,” but Scarborough tucked tail and ran, letting his wife take over the battle.

“Dana, You threatened us — Please leave us alone. I repeat, leave us alone. We ask peacefully for no more threats from you or anything else. Please leave us alone,” Brzezinski tweeted, apparently missing the fact that her own husband started the exchange.

Loesch set the record straight.

But the “Morning Joe” co-host shot back in typical liberal fashion, playing the victim card while leveling a hateful, personal attack. Loesch repeated her stand and even shot a “God Bless” to Brzezinski.

The clueless MSNBC host issued yet another pearl-clutching tweet, accusing Loesch once again of threatening her and her husband. The back and forth continued, with Brzezinski never grasping that Scarborough was the one to tweet at Loesch first.

“I’m not sure why you are trying so hard to make this all about you,” Loesch chided.

Twitter users quickly weighed in on the fiery clash:

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