Troll Thinks He Caught 2nd Amend. Sweetheart Doing Porn, Then the Internet Notices 1 Problem

A Twitter user attempted to trash NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch in a series of sexist and vile tweets that claimed she was the subject of a racy photo.

WARNING: TWEETS BELOW CONTAINS SENSITIVE IMAGES AND STRONG LANGUAGE

Jeff Black, a social media troll who uses Twitter to stain conservatives, posted a vile tweet claiming that Loesch had posed semi-nude in a revealing photo.

Black’s tweets allege that Loesch was posing for pornography, which Merriam-Webster dictionary defines as “the depiction of erotic behavior (as in pictures or writing) intended to cause sexual excitement.”

The only problem is, the girl in the erotic photo isn’t Loesch.

Trending:
Trump's Advice to Biden for Putin Meeting: 'Good Luck,' 'Don't Fall Asleep'

While Black not only objectified Loesch and referred to her as a “gun f—–” and “c—,” he also hurled false accusations at her — an act that typically would warrant an apology upon review of the error.

However, even after being notified that Loesch was not the woman in the racy photo, Black blamed Google for the mistake while simultaneously taking jabs at President Donald Trump and Fox News host Sean Hannity.

And as noted by The Daily Wire, Black then issued an “apology.”

But even after the embarrassing error was discovered, the radical leftist troll continued his literary onslaught of Loesch and conservatives, calling NRA members “d——nozzles,” and referring to the NRA spokesperson as a “#GunW—-.”

Related:
Planned Parenthood Sues Texas City of Lubbock for Boldly Calling Abortion Murder, But They Won't Like What the Court Just Decided

As reported by Twitchy, Loesch responded to the frivolous accusations with two simple words, “God bless.”

Her husband, Chris Loesch, also stepped in to defend his wife and call out the liberal troll for his indecency, asking if this is “where the left is now?”

“This guy doesn’t have the decency to delete this tweet even though he admits that the woman in the cut up t-shirt isn’t even her. Is that where the left is now?” Chris Loesch wrote. “Is it OK to falsely sexualize women in order to try and demean and diminish them? Feminists? Hardly.”

Twitter users also took to the platform to defend the NRA spokesperson.

https://twitter.com/Internetuser101/status/969709709073805313

Black, who claims to be a writer and a poet, is a contributor for Medium.com.

Truth and Accuracy

Submit a Correction →



We are committed to truth and accuracy in all of our journalism. Read our editorial standards.

Tags:

Conversation