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Dana Loesch Defends Cliven Bundy

"First, to take the quote at face value it’s odd and sounds offensive. You’re talking about government overreach and you go into this story? Secondly, I hope no one is surprised that an old man rancher isn’t media trained to express himself perfectly. He seems to be decrying what big government has done to the black family — which big government has negatively affected not just the black family, but all families regardless of ethnicity — so perhaps he included that in his remarks against big government? I’m just trying to figure out how he even got to the point of discussing it and yes, it’s justified to have a healthy suspicion of the New York Times." - Wingnut radio shrieker Dana Loesch, defending Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy for saying that "the Negro" was better off as a cotton picking slave. As you can see, Loesch implies that the New York Times invented Bundy's quote.

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