NRA’s Dana Loesch Calls Out ‘Bizarre Skeezeball’ Bill Maher

Maher claims Loesch had sitcom rejected - never happened.

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HBO’s Bill Maher called NRA representative Dana Loesch and various other conservatives “show business wannabes” claiming that she hated Hollywood because she had a sitcom rejected.

Problem is, no one can verify that ever happening and no one is saying it’s true – other than Maher. And he said it repeatedly, on television. Albeit to his micro-audience of like-minded folks. It wasn’t a skit or a bit, satire or joke.

And it’s a completely false story. Dana Loesch isn’t exactly one to let something like that slide and she ripped Bill Maher utterly and called him out as a misogynist, liar and – this is a new one: “Bizarre skeezeball”

he he.

Friday night, Maher called Loesch a “show business wannabe,” blaming her hatred of Hollywood on having a sitcom rejected. Oops. I know Dana and everybody needs to back up a couple steps. Especially Maher:

“Sorry @Mediaite and @billmaher, but I never pitched anything to some Weinstein-wannabe skeeze I don’t know. Very forward-thinking and not at all misogynistic of you to not even ask the woman for comment before running with an idiotic story that never happened. Chauvinists,” Dana tweeted.

“Also, I’ve had an agent handle my business for years,” she added in a second tweet. “Why would I cold call some strange rando? Bizarre skeezeball trying to hitch his name to mine for press needs to take a hike. I’ve never had an interest in tv beyond what I do now.”


On HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher;” the far-left host sprouted some outright false information which I don’t think you can chalk up to a comic’s artistic license. “What you may not know about Dana Loesch is that before her job as NRA spokesmodel she was a show business wannabe,” Maher stated.

“NCIS producer Paul Gyot says that 10 years ago Dana pitched him a sitcom starring herself as ‘a hot young mom who does far right radio show.’”

So did she? … oops. But that wasn’t enough for the once high-flying ABC star of “Politically-incorrect”:

Maher took swipes at actors Antonio Sabato Jr. and Stacey Dash, who are running for office. He arrogantly mocked how President Obama had musicians like Beyoncé, Bruce Springsteen, and Stevie Wonder at his inauguration while Trump had Jackie Evancho and 3 Doors Down.

He also poked at Scott Baio, James Woods, Ted Nugent and Pat Sajak. “It’s not our fault that your celebrities are Ted Nugent, Pat Sajak and Donald Trump.” Maher was really off and running. James Woods? “His last credit was on a Mastercard bill.” Antonio Sabato Jr.? “An underwear model who all the other underwear models referred to as the dumb one.” Scott Baio? “The only thing he’s been in recently that made headlines was his co-star.”

I’m just laughing my ass off, aren’t you? Full disclosure – I used to write for Mr. Maher back when he was funny and actually quite fair in his political leanings. No one on the right minds a great joke about themselves – look at the success of Larry the Cable Guy (highest paid standup in the biz, btw) who does nothing but make fun of country-folk and of course who do you think is being made fun of when anyone says; “You might be a redneck if?”…

Jeff Foxworthy is a rich, conservative, good-natured guy. That’s the difference. Bill Maher is a hate-filled propagandist – but I know why: He hates himself and his career.

Life was good at ABC way back when and the budgets, salaries, attention and women were plentiful. Life at HBO comparatively sucks hind titty, trust me. … But I digress: Back to Maher – let him prove to you how pathetic he is himself:

“Please, you’re the party that made Reagan president! “And do you know what? If only they made that sitcom, today, she might be a completely normal person,” Maher said referring to Dana. “Instead, we’re all getting the ‘clenched fist of truth’ because show business gave her the raised finger of fu**k off.

That’s cute Bill. Hard to believe ABC fired your childish, vitriolic shell of a real man.

“We need affirmative action for Republicans in show business,” he continued. “They’re not good enough to make it on their own, but if we give them a leg up, maybe they won’t take their rejection out on the whole country.”

Maher then urged Hollywood executives that if a conservative approaches them with a “really dumb idea” for a movie or a TV show, “just f***ing do it.”

Loesch hosts her own radio show, is an author and a regular contributor to Fox News. She is also the media representative for the National Rifle Association. Both Dana and her husband Chris stood up to Maher over this lie and his attacks on conservatives. Maher could possibly be sued for this type of slander.

Maher also claimed the same thing happened to the late Andrew Breitbart, “who admits he came to Hollywood, ‘with the hope that I’d eventually become a comedy writer.’ And to his successor there, Steve Bannon, also a showbiz reject, who didn’t have the talent to cut it here, and so, spent the rest of life hating, Hollywood, and by extension, all liberals.”

Breitbart “called celebrities ‘elitist pestilence with their cocktail parties on the West Side,’” Maher said. “‘God, I f***ing hate them,’ he said. Which is funny because for years you know who I’d always see at cocktail parties on the West Side? Andrew Breitbart.”

“[Breitbart] hated Hollywood, hated it, hated it, hated it, mostly from his home in America’s heartland,” Maher said. Maher’s monologue continued, “As for Bannon, George Clooney remembers him as ‘a schmuck who literally tried everything he could to sell scripts’ including, this is true, a rap musical of Shakespeare’s ‘Coriolanus.’

Easy to hit someone who’s not around to hit back. Pretty sure that’s why Maher waited until Andy Breitbart wasn’t around before mixing it up with him.

But Maher’s not afraid to lie and attack a woman. Maybe that’s over for him too. Just like his career.

Make up your own mind. I have.

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