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Dana Loesch of The Blaze hit back at Michelle Obama after the former first lady called men "entitled," due in part to over-protection and nurturing by women and mothers. 

Mrs. Obama spoke at the first Obama Foundation international summit, saying:

"Are we protecting our men too much, so they feel a little entitled and a little, ya know, self-righteous sometimes? But, that’s kind of on us too as women and mothers, as we nurture men and push girls to be perfect."

"We raise [girls] to be strong, and sometimes we take care not to hurt men -- and I think we pay for that a little bit," she said.

Loesch, who also serves as the NRA spokesperson, said she - as a mother of sons - disagrees with Mrs. Obama. 

"This conversation got me. Okay? Because I feel as though we live in a society that has a sword drawn at men.I feel we live in a society where men are the enemy, and they're told that virtually every single day," she told Ainsley Earhardt.

Loesch continued, "Look back at the UVA rape story that Rolling Stone did. We live in a society where women, I feel, are quite demanding. Women are in the streets marching for abortion on demand and taxpayer-funded birth control, so this really struck me as odd. Let's raise men to be gentlemen, women to be ladies and let's encourage respect for both sexes. I don't think that serves any purpose to cut men down that way. I know she has daughters but as a mother of sons, I disagree."

Watch the full interview, including Dana's thoughts on President Trump's response to the terror attack in New York City.


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