Facts of Dana Loesch
|Full Name:||Dana Loesch|
|Age:||40 years 9 months|
|Birth Date:||September 28, 1978|
|Birth Place:||, Missouri, United States|
|Mother's Name:||Gale Eaton|
|Husband / Wife Name:||Chris Loesch|
|Profession:||olitical activist, commentator, talk radio host, and an author|
|Height / How tall? :||5 feet 6 inches (1.68m)|
|Net Worth:||$2 million|
|Hair Color:||dark brown|
|Waist Size:||25 inch|
|Bra Size:||37 inch|
|Hip Size:||36 inch|
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Dana Loesch is a bold American conservative political activist and commentator. She is a spokesperson for the National Rifle Association(NRA). There were movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp and many ladies shared how they were sexually harassed or said they have been sexually abused forcefully.
"The #NRA is telling women 'empower yourself.' We trust you to be able to determine your needs for self-defense. We trust you to defend your family."
—@DLoesch #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/e9KS0ZjNNs
— NRATV (@NRATV) March 8, 2018
So, on Women’s Day(March 8th), NRA has shared a powerful video featuring Dana, where she is spreading a message to all the women to empower herself and to be able to self-defend. She said,
“These are women and parents who have had to experience the unthinkable — whose children and family members have been murdered, or who themselves have experienced gun violence.”
Dana’s Birth Facts, Childhood, and Parents
Dana was born on 28 September 1978, in Dallas, Texas, United States. She was born to Gale Eaton, her mother in an extended family. She was raised by a single mother hence there is no information on her father. She is of Irish ethnicity.
Why did Dana drop out of college?
Dana attended Fox High School which is located in Arnold, Missouri. Later she went St. Louis Community College at Meramec. Then she was transferred to Webster University as she got the scholarship in journalism.
While she was studying at Webster University, she worked in Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign as she was a Democrat. She then started having an affair with Chris Loesch while she was still studying in college. He is a writer, music producer as well as Dana’s manager. Then when she was just in her early 20’s, she became pregnant with him before she could complete her studies.
After she knew that she is pregnant, she dropped out of college and she had her first baby when she was 21 years of age.
Dana relationship affair
Dana is married to her college sweetheart, Chris Loesch. They fell in love while they were studying in college and had their first child before marriage. The couple then decided to get married on 28 October 2000.
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15 years ago was the last morning I ever woke up an incomplete man. On this day I married the smartest and most beautiful woman in the world. She completes me and together we try to make the world a better place. I'm so proud that everyone else can see what I already knew. I thank God for putting us together. I love you Dana Loesch, around the moon and back, around the stars and back, forever and ever…
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The couple is blessed with another child after the marriage. Hence Dana is living a happy married life with her husband and two sons.
Homeschooled her children
Dana homeschooled her sons until 2014. When her eldest son finished his seventh standard, she sent him to the school. She said that homeschooling her children was a full-time job. She and her husband researched a lot of schools to send his son to that particular school. According to her experience to search school for her son, she said,
“I hope people will learn to question your educators. These people do not own your children. You do not relinquish your role as a sovereign parent of this child, of your child, just because they cross the school’s threshold. I hope that parents maybe take my insanity and use it in their own way and really take a pro-active role in questioning.”