BREAST FRIENDS! Chris and Dana Loesch team up against sexist troll, and ‘it’s EVERYTHING’

Lefties claim to have a monopoly on being allies of the LGBT community, and yet, when an opportunity presents itself, they’re often the first to jump at the chance to use homosexuality as an insult.

Case in point, this clown:

Chris is sooo obviously bisexual

— American Cheese Board 🧀🇺🇸 (@pacelattin) June 7, 2018

Chris Loesch got wind of it and was understandably not amused:

I hear @pacelattin is calling me gay as a pejorative from behind a block. Real manly.

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) June 7, 2018

And how ironic is it this progressive nobody is gay-shaming Chris Loesch?

— Tyler the 🤓 (@TBirdusThoracis) June 7, 2018

But wait … there’s another progressive nobody who decided to jump into the fray:

I don’t see it as gay shaming at all. I see it as a slam on his Dom wife who thinks women don’t get “masculine” men. Apparently she doesn’t either. Wonder if those fake boobed babes are submissives?

— Joe (@joebloughed) June 7, 2018

Oh, Joe … we would not say such things if we were you …

Sees no problem with using gay slurs as a pejorative, purposefully misconstrues @DLoesch words and then falsely accuses her of having fake breasts. It’s the prog male trifecta.

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) June 7, 2018

That’s when Dana Loesch stepped in to kick this thing up to eleven:

They’re real and they’re amazing.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) June 7, 2018

Over to you, Chris:

Yes they are.

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) June 7, 2018

Fan. Frigging. TASTIC.

Who are your couple goals? if I can have half a relationship that Dana and Chris have I will be so happy

— AnnaKatherine (@annakatclarke) June 7, 2018

No kidding!


— eric (@julaveeric) June 7, 2018

You two!! LOL…

— Sister Toldjah 🤔 (@sistertoldjah) June 7, 2018

@DLoesch @ChrisLoesch this is… it’s everything. 😂

— Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) June 8, 2018

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