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"Blaze" host Dana Loesch responded to the Washington Post's "maligning" of the National Rifle Association.

Loesch, a spokeswoman for the Fairfax, Va. organization, said the paper continues to tarnish gun owners with its reportage.

In a recent NRA ad, a man says the paper has done "more to damage our country with a keyboard" than NRA members do with firearms.

"The Washington Post just gets mad anytime the NRA talks about anything," Loesch said.

She accused the paper of using unreliable sources and said they've "maligned this organization... 16 ways to Sunday."

Democratic strategist Matt Bennett said the NRA's imagery of a "clenched fist of freedom" sounded like the organization is promoting anarchy to combat the left.

Loesch disagreed, and said the ad correctly portrayed leftist mobs wreaking havoc in public while warning those involved of law-abiding citizens' rights to assemble and own firearms.

"You're conflating peaceful protests with riots," Loesch said.

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