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Long past the demise of the Tea Party, the movement’s most enduring heroine
stepped stomped forward to challenge Leftmedia’s putsch against the United States Constitution. Sure, we all know who she is. We know that she’s whip-smart and tough as nails. But I don’t think one in 50 Americans could even pronounce her name before George Stephanopoulos introduced her as a guest on “This Week” Sunday morning.
I don’t know if she’s ever been on such a mainstream, national stage — certainly not at a time in which Americans are focusing on her issue. I’m sure that most Americans tuning into this “Sunday morning show” considered this her debut (CNN’s circus stunt last week doesn’t qualify as an adult, mainstream stage).
Clearly, George had his hands full for 11 solid minutes. At no point in the interview did Mrs. Loesch allow the wily Clinton operative to put her on the defensive. And she actually offered a plan of action for improving security in schools. If you must deprive yourself of the entire “Loesching” then at least jump in at ~10:00 for her capsule summary.
How did she do? Did she enlighten anyone?
Will she ever be invited back?