Cosmo Tries to Scare Women Away from Guns; Dana Loesch UNLEASHES on Them!

Cosmopolitan is a magazine that used to be relevant. Now it is a magazine dedicated to vapid pursuits and one-night stands.

Oh, and scaring women away from the very tools that can save their lives…

Cosmopolitan has recently turned their attention from how to have a series of one-night stands to how to argue facts with men who assert that more guns in the rights hands equals less crime.

In a recent edition of Cosmo, women readers were treated to a warning to never date a “gunsplainer,” a man who is not willing to cower to the inflammatory and false statistics pushed by anti-Second Amendment zealots.

Conservative radio host Dana Loesch took issue with Cosmo’s anti-gun propaganda and went-over the falsehoods point-by-point.

“I don’t read Cosmo. If I want to kill brain cells, I’ll do so with alcohol. I won’t do it with Cosmopolitan,” Loesch explained off the bat.

“I’ve literally written the book on guns,” Loesch explained while pointing to her popular book, “Hands Off My Guns.” “it took two years of my life,” she said, noting that her facts are well-researched and “bulletproof.”

Noting that the Cosmo article begins with outright falsehoods derived from debunked “studies” that are laughable in academic circles, Loesch shredded the study’s author and explained in detail how he used various figures to fraudulently inflate stats showing that women with guns were more likely to have them used against them.

Loesch noted that the study is still frequently used by “braindead, third-wave, anti-gun feminists.” “As an actual literate woman, it really bugs me to see this repeated ad nauseum as a way to eliminate yet another natural right from a woman- if you want to have a discussion on what the real war on women is.”

Loesch then spouted stats from a 2013 CDC study thoroughly debunking the notion that women are more endangered by having a gun in the home.

“No prompter, by the way. Ladies, this is how you talk guns. You know your crap,” Loesch said before launching into a thorough refutation of the laughable “studies” argued in Cosmo.

Perhaps the most-enraging argument furthered by the left in modern America is the simultaneous assertions that guns in law-abiding hands create more danger and that conservatives are waging a war on women.

The real war on women is being conducted by those who seek to create obstacles between women and the miraculous equalizers that are firearms.

For centuries, women were forced to fear rape, murder and assaults. Largely unable to wield a broadsword in the same fashion as most men, women were at a physical disadvantage.

Firearms are great equalizers that can empower a 100-pound woman to stop-cold a 250-pound, muscle-bound attacker. It is a tremendously empowering tool and any who seek to make access to these tools more difficult for women (or men, for that matter) are behaving immorally.

Further, attempting to scare men and women into abstaining from firearms is not only immoral, but intellectually dishonest. The stats continually show that more guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens reduce crime. Still, by rigging the stats, the left hopes to scare people away from the very tools that can, and do, save lives.

Thankfully, we have patriots like Dana Loesch willing to take-on those who lie to advance their twisted political agenda.

About the Author

Greg Campbell
Greg Campbell
An unapologetic patriot and conservative, Greg emerged within the blossoming Tea Party Movement as a political analyst dedicated to educating and advocating for the preservation of our constitutional principles and a free-market solution to problems birthed by economic liberalism. From authoring scathing commentaries to conducting interviews with some of the biggest names in politics today including party leaders, activists and conservative media personalities, Greg has worked to counter the left’s media narratives with truthful discussions of the biggest issues affecting Americans today. Greg’s primary area of focus is Second Amendment issues and the advancement of honest discussion concerning the constitutional right that protects all others. He lives in the Northwest with his wife, Heather, and enjoys writing, marksmanship and the outdoors.

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