Looks like TeaNN's most offensive "contributor" Dana Loesch has gotten into hot water yet again. And the most recent offense is making xenophobic remarks about MSNBC's Martin Bashir on yesterday's edition on her radio show.
On yesterday's edition of The Dana Show on KFTK 97.1 FM, CNN "Contributor" and racist xenophobe Dana Loesch told MSNBC's Martin Bashir to "get out of this country, and if want to cover politics and celebrities, do it back in your home country."From the 04.19.2012 edition of KFTK's The Dana Show:
And this will embarrass you even more: Piers Morgan (British) (who has had Loesch on at least twice and on CNN, the same channel where she works) is also a "foreigner", as are Rush's lead sub Mark Steyn (Canada), FBN/FNC's Stuart Varney (British) (a former CNN employee), CNNI's Christiane Amampour, CNN's Ashleigh Banfield (Canada), CNN's Fareed Zakaria (India), CNN's Ali Velshi (Kenya), and former FNC and CNN's Kiran Chetry (Nepal), to name a few non US-born journalists. And by her own definition, this also includes Birther nut Orly Taitz (Moldova) and Dinesh D'Souza (India).
She is EASILY the worst radio host in the St. Louis area.
You are an asshole, Dana!
¡Tú eres un imbécil, Dana!
Jahr bist du Arschloch, Dana!
Você é um idiota, Dana!
Vous êtes un trou du cul, Dana!
The Raw Story has more on this disgraceful excuse of a CNN "contributor:"
Dana Loesch is apparently furious at MSNBC’s Martin Bashir. Yesterday, Bashir called former Massachusetts Governor and presumptive Republican candidate for president Mitt Romney a liar and said that by his own faith’s tenets, he’s going to hell for what he said about President Obama and the economy.
That was apparently more than Loesch, an CNN contributor, erstwhile Andrew Breitbart protege and supporter of corpse desecration could stomach hearing about her party’s nominee. In a sputtering freakout rant from Thursday’s edition of “The Dana Show,” the CNN contributor called Bashir “an unintelligent hack,” and “a foreigner,” who isn’t qualified to cover U.S. politics.
“I don’t want to hear a foreigner talking about media in this country, or politics in this country.” she said, “You don’t understand it.”