One of the survivors of the Parkland, Florida shooting just called out NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch for cheap plagiarism and bested her at her own game simultaneously.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Sarah Chadwick took to Twitter to post a video addressing Dana Loesch directly and tell her, “Your Times is running out. The clock starts now.”
"To every spokeswoman with an hourglass who uses free speech to alter and undermine what our flag represents…Your Time is running out. The clock starts now."
–@sarahchad_ #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/k29FB2vHPI
— Sarah Chadwick// #NEVERAGAIN (@sarahchad_) March 6, 2018
“We are done with your agenda to undermine the safety of our nation’s youth, and the individual voices of the American people,” Chadwick said in her video. She warned Loesch and NRA supporters that the clock is ticking and it’s time to enact gun control laws.
This was in response to a similar video Dana Loesch posted from the NRA TV account, hamfistedly co-opting Hollywood’s “Time’s Up” campaign, started in response to the revelations about disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein.
“To every lying member of the media, to every Hollywood phony, to the role model athletes who use their free speech to alter and undermine what our flag represents…Your Time is running out. The clock starts now."
–@DLoesch #Oscars90 pic.twitter.com/SDVjeTxyfB
— NRATV (@NRATV) March 4, 2018
Loesch and Chadwick’s fight is just a small sliver of the war of words and actions being waged in the wake of the tragic school shooting on Valentine’s Day. Chadwick and the other high school student survivors have mobilized a movement around advocating for common sense gun reform.
The students have planned the “March for our Lives” for March 24, with many sister marches mobilizing around the country. They have been advocating, protesting, and speaking with lawmakers since a 19 year-old gunman opened fire on their high school with an AR-15 rifle, killing 17.
Looks like Dana Loesch and the NRA have met their match.
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