#WaronWomen: Crowd jeers Dana Loesch’s story of rape survivor who wished she was armed

What type of person wants a woman to be defenseless? Lead is a much more stronger and powerful deterrent than urine.

h/t Twitchy


47 responses to “#WaronWomen: Crowd jeers Dana Loesch’s story of rape survivor who wished she was armed

  1. they are spiritually and neurologically damaged

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  2. Because in the warped minds of the Left, it’s better for women to be raped than to defend herself with a gun! Liberalism is truly a mental illness — and that’s being kind.

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  3. This type of mindset is truly beyond what any reasonable person can comprehend. The fact that they would prefer that a woman surrender her body to any man who wishes to attack her, rather than allow her to defend herself by utilizing a sure fire method of stopping that attacker dead in his tracks. How is it that the young people have been taught such a load of BS? Frankly, the intellectual state of so many of America’s young people is appalling.

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  4. Everyone had a gun when the West was wild. We all know how people behaved with the access to unrestricted fire arms…..


    • We don’t live in the “wild West” any more. Of course one might consider Chiraq or Baltimore an exemption to that.

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    • And your point is? — that unarmed-women-being-raped-today is better than the Wild West?

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      • Dr Eowyn . . . . Why would anyone have the mind set that any woman who is innocently going about her business should HAVE TO surrender herself to being attacked by anyone wishing to perpetrate such an act? Frankly, I have no problem of a person being attached (be they man or woman) using whatever means necessary to stop that attack. Yes we are commanded . . . thou shall not commit murder, another way of saying that same thing is . . . thou shall not shed innocent blood. When a perpetrator makes their choice to commit the act of praying on another person for any evil purpose – — their blood is no longer “innocent blood,” they have taken the sin of the intended action upon themselves. God will not hold the person who is attempting to stop the violence against their person as being responsible for the shedding of the perpetrator’s blood. If God would hold the person responsible in these circumstances, then God would be a respecter of persons, he would have chosen the perpetrator, over the innocent victim. In the eons of Eternity, this cannot be.

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        • Auntie,
          those mindless lemmings should move to sweden or germany and enjoy the “privilege” of being in the presence of the refugees and not have the ability to defend themselves against their vicious attacks.

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    • “We all know how people behaved with the access to unrestricted fire arms…..”
      Are you referring to the REALITY or the TV Westerns version?

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      • reality; all the violence and outlaws inspired the TV Westerns. Now in reality the random killing did exist, the outlaw activity existed etc…has it improved or is the West still wild….


        • It was not “wild”. It was a place, like this one, where people took care of themselves instead of asking some “expert” to do it for them. It worked fine.

          If some location developed a problem, they put their heads together and found a solution. Just because they didn’t go running to government like a a little girl clutching her panties doesn’t make it “wild”.

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          • You just defined taking the law into their own hands and lynching people without a trial or even have proof of guilt. Plus outlaws ran around unchecked and committing crimes…otherwise it was wild place


      • truck . . . . In looking back to “Wild West” times, on the whole, the average citizen and his family were usually very religious. They attended church regularly, and they lived in a well regulated society. The acts of evil doers were frowned on to the extent, that if caught, a hasty trial took place, and a hasty hanging, if the offense warranted it. Most of the good people at least knew that they were dependent upon the goodness and honesty of their neighbors in order to prosper. They choose to react rather harshly when evil does were found in their midst. I think back then, many people did not even lock their doors, this prevailed up into the 1960’s, but in our current climate–locking your doors to keep bad guys out is a must. Unless you love way out in the countryl

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    • The “wild west” had lower violent crime rates than we’ve been led to believe by movies. Most towns had no more than one homicide per year. Please research things before opining on them.

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      • So why was there need for people like Wyatt Earp, Texas Rangers, and extreme crime deterrent laws if violent crime rates were low. Your research is flawed or those figures were fabricated…..


        • Don’t see a difference in then and now for the simple fact that evil has been around since the dawn of time and that being said do you think it’s that safe in this country that we do not need to defend our selves? If you think so then come visit me in Memphis and I will show you around where I work every day and have to carry to stay safe. I hope you don’t expect your women in your family to not defend themselves.

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          • yeah I agree we need to defend our selves and family…

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            • True George . . . . I can only say Bravo! I am in total agreement with you that “we need to defend our selves and family …” This is probably more important today than ever before. Say 100 years ago, the majority of people adhered to a far stricter code of conduct. I am so happy that you espouse such a creed–you must be a great blessing to your family, and your neighborhood.

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    • True George:

      Yup they were civilized unlike the folk back East where the crime rates and murder rates surpassed the wild west. Do some research and stop believing Hollyweird.

      You might read about the Great Northfield Raid where the James gang was shootup by a bunch of armed civilians.

      Today we have the same old Marxists telling us to depend on the government. Just like they told the Japanese in 1942. Sorry skippy, the Marxists/progressives keep telling me the cops are mad racists filled with blood lust and you want me to trust them?

      Tell it to the FBI.

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    • Like Chicago?

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  6. We will not give up our Second Amendment rights…ever! It’s our Constitution, the laws that we are governed by. They are NOT negotiable, and these rights are given to us by God, and we will not allow anyone to take them from us. It is the Second Amendment that protects all the others.😎

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    • Anonymous . . . . You just earned a gold star for bringing that poster to us. Thank you for finding it, and sharing it with the rest of us. It speaks volumes!

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  7. this is why i moved to the wild west. arizona to be specific.

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  8. When you tell me a woman should die instead of defending her self and that is better than her staying alive then God help you when its your wife your daughter your mother your sister once you have lost them in the process and they didn’t have guns then you will think different. Evil is what it is and its every were so you want your family to be at risk like this? If so you are a complete deranged idiot and should be process by the doctors to examine your brain because its has rotted on you. Dear God save us from idiots that satan keeps sending.

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  9. Commie-libs crack me up sometimes.

    The closer to the bulls-eye you get, the louder they squeal.

    Dana must have put one dead center of the 10 ring. 😀

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  10. I think nobody needs to ask permission from either the new “Kool Kidz” or government. Always defend yourself. There’s no such thing as being “better off dead or raped”.

    If they manage to warp these idiots brains to the degree that they willingly offer themselves up to make a political statement, WE are definitely better off without them.

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  11. And, if you are afraid to handle a gun, an ice pick is not only good for cracking ice, you know, it punctures, scratches, rips. Learn how to use it. A boxcutter is effective, leaves a clean slice and fits in your hands, and oh, brass knuckles, yeah!

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  12. If you don’t want to carry a weapon for self-defense, then read Psalm 91–it is the psalm of protection. I have been hitchhiking the United States for most of 21 years now and I have never carried a weapon. The Presence of God is my best defense and my best offense. Glory to God in the Highest!

    Hand on the Helm

    George Washington in the French and Indian War (1754-1763)

    “This story of George Washington once appeared in virtually every student text in America, but hasn’t been seen in the last forty years. This story deals with George Washington when he was involved in the French and Indian War as a young man only twenty-three years of age.

    “The French and Indian War occurred twenty years before the American Revolution. It was the British against the French; the Americans sided with the British; and most of the Indians sided with the French. Both Great Britain and France disputed each other’s claims of territorial ownership along the Ohio and Mississippi rivers; both of them claimed the same land.

    “Unable to settle the dispute diplomatically, Great Britain sent 2300 hand-picked, veteran British troops to America under General Edward Braddock to rout the French.

    “The British troops arrived in Virginia, where George Washington (colonel of the Virginia militia) and 100 Virginia buckskins joined General Braddock. They divided their force; and General Braddock, George Washington, and 1300 troops marched north to expel the French from Fort Duquesne — now the city of Pittsburgh. On July 9, 1755 — only seven miles from the fort — while marching through a wooded ravine, they walked right into an ambush; the French and Indians opened fire on them from both sides.

    “But these were British veterans; they knew exactly what to do. The problem was, they were veterans of European wars. European warfare was all in the open. One army lined up at one end of an open field, the other army lined up at the other end, they looked at each other, took aim, and fired. No running, no hiding, But here they were in the Pennsylvania woods with the French and Indians firing at them from the tops of trees, from behind rocks, and from under logs.

    “When they came under fire, the British troops did exactly what they had been taught; they lined up shoulder-to-shoulder in the bottom of that ravine — and were slaughtered. At the end of two hours, 714 of the 1300 British and American troops had been shot down; only 30 of the French and Indians had been shot. There were 86 British and American officers involved in that battle; at the end of the battle, George Washington was the only officer who had not been shot down off his horse — he was the only officer left on horseback.

    “Following this resounding defeat, Washington gathered the remaining troops and retreated back to Fort Cumberland in western Maryland, arriving there on July 17, 1755.

    “The next day, Washington wrote a letter to his family explaining that after the battle was over, he had taken off his jacket and had found four bullet holes through it, yet not a single bullet had touched him; several horses had been shot from under him, but he had not been harmed. He told them:

    “‘By the all powerful dispensations of Providence, I have been protected beyond all human probability or expectation.’

    “Washington openly acknowledged that God’s hand was upon him, that God had protected him and kept him through that battle.

    “However, the story does not stop here. Fifteen years later, in 1770 — now a time of peace — George Washington and a close personal friend, Dr. James Craik, returned to those same Pennsylvania woods. An old Indian chief from far away, having heard that Washington had come back to those woods, traveled a long way just to meet with him.

    “He sat down with Washington, and face-to-face over a council fire, the chief told Washington that he had been a leader in that battle fifteen years earlier, and that he had instructed his braves to single out all the officers and shoot them down. Washington had been singled out, and the chief explained that he personally had shot at Washington seventeen different times, but without effect. Believing Washington to be under the care of the Great Spirit, the chief instructed his braves to cease firing at him. He then told Washington:

    “‘I have traveled a long and weary path that I might see the young warrior of the great battle…. I am come to pay homage to the man who is the particular favorite of Heaven, and who can never die in battle.’”

    America’s Godly Heritage
    by David Barton

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  14. The State is not a better judge of right and wrong than we are. We are supposed to be in charge of “The State”. Even watching self-appointed “experts” debate this non-existent “problem” makes my blood boil. We DO NOT want nor do we NEED their permission.

    The truth is that they are attempting to disarm us. They will do that involuntarily if necessary, but right now they think we’re so stupid we’ll allow them to do it. Tell them NO. Tell them to GO AWAY.

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  15. The people in this crowd are clearly suffering from dain bramage.

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