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NRA Spokeswoman Dana Loesch Begged To Star In TV Show. She Was Turned Down

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NRA Spokeswoman Dana Loesch Begged To Star In TV Show. She Was Turned Down

As NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch was bashing students for taking a central role in the gun control discussion at a CNN town hall, an executive producer of television and films fired off a tweet revealing that Loesch asked him if she could star in a TV show and that he “turned her down.”

Paul Guyot, whose production credits include NCIS: New Orleans, The Librarians, and Leverage and who wrote for Felicity and Judging Amy, says Loesch once pitched him a sitcom idea starring herself.

“Dana Loesch came to me 10yrs ago pitching a sitcom starring herself: ‘A hot young mom who does far right radio show,’” he wrote on Twiter. “Said her age & looks would make 1 side hate her & 1 love her so everyone would watch. Was obsessed w the potential fame & money. I turned her down.”

While addressing mass shooting at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday, Loesch told the crowd that she had accepted a job hosting a one-hour, commercial-free program on NRA TV, a major downgrade.

And though Loesch doesn’t seem to have responded directly to Guyot since the producer’s tweet, her alleged pitch did spark an idea from an old hand in the game:

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