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Dana Loesch slammed Saturday Night Live hosts who made fun of gun owners in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, saying they "lack the courage of their own convictions."

Viewers of the late-night comedy hour received an anti-gun lecture about how many guns a person should be allowed to own. 

If you can't hit what you're shooting at after six tries, "learn karate or use your words," SNL's "Weekend Update" host Michael Che joked.

Loesch said jokes like this are all part of the anti-Second Amendment narrative from celebrities, who have armed security guards to protect them. 

"They work in a building with armed guards and you know they wouldn't go for one single day without those armed guards," Loesch told "Fox & Friends" on Monday.

"Why don't you give up the firearms that your private security is holding," the National Rifle Association spokeswoman challenged. "You're not being more virtuous just because you're paying someone else to carry it. You're outsourcing it because you lack the courage of your own convictions."

Loesch said nothing could have been done to prevent the tragedy last week in Vegas.

The shooter, Stephen Paddock, bought his many guns legally and had no history of mental illness.

Loesch said she is curious about any red flags the Las Vegas shooter showed before his attack.

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