Jake Tapper Demolishes NRA’s Dana Loesch After She Tried Discrediting CNN
CNN’s Jake Tapper took it upon himself to fact-check NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch on Tuesday after she claimed that the network didn’t cover hero officer who confronted Maryland school shooter.
The NRA released a video propaganda claiming that neither CNN nor MSNBC have covered the school resource officer who ended a school shooting at Great Mills High School.
“We won’t see any stories on CNN, on MSNBC, on any of those talking head circuits about this hero, this [Great Mills High School] armed resource officer, who did the opposite of what Scot Peterson did…what Broward Sheriff did…what [Broward Superintendent] Robert Runcie did,” Loesch claimed.
"We won't see any stories on @CNN, on @MSNBC, on any of those talking head circuits about this hero, this [Great Mills High School] armed resource officer, who did the opposite of what Scot Peterson did…what @browardsheriff did…what @RobertwRuncie did." —@DLoesch #NRA pic.twitter.com/bmuW6sGjX3
— NRATV (@NRATV) March 20, 2018
Those claims were quickly proven to be false by Tapper who proved Loesch wrong.
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) March 20, 2018
Tapper included this link in his tweet:
— CNN (@CNN) March 20, 2018