And do you remember that it happened on the NRA’s wonderfully, miserably failed TV network? Well, if you don’t remember these two high-points in American culture, you can read about them in the Loesch’s new memoir, Grace Canceled, which seeks to counterbalance American “outrage culture” with calls for grace in the face of intolerance. Yes, you are reading all of this correctly. According to Media Matters:
In the third chapter of a book that is supposedly meant to encourage “a generous and forgiving spirit,” Loesch defends her use of KKK hoods in an attempt to satirically mock the children’s show Thomas and Friends for trying to increase diversity among its characters.
Actually, you probably don’t need to read Loesch’s memoir, which seems to follow the now-standard “cancel culture” grifter’s formula, whereby the conservative culture industry provides remuneration commensurate to the volume and vigor of one’s moral emptiness, offering TV and media sinecures funded by the avid 30 percent of America that thrives on the warped (and false) sense of its own victimhood.