National Rifle Association spokeswoman and radio talk show host Dana Loesch appeared on "Fox and Friends" Thursday morning to discuss accusations made against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Loesch begun her interview by calling into question the veracity of the three accusers' claims, saying "every person that comes forward, it gets flimsier and flimsier."


When asked about how she felt about the situation from a female perspective, Loesch brought up two points.

First, she criticized Sen. Dianne FeinsteinDianne Emiel FeinsteinBiden administration seeks review of Trump-era approval of water pipeline What's that you smell in the Supreme Court? New variant raises questions about air travel mandates MORE's (D-Calif.) handling of the situation after she first learned of the claims from Christine Blasey Ford.

"As a women, to see a female sitting Democrat senator throw an accuser to the wolves by sitting on her accusation for six weeks, by not counseling her, by not putting protections in place before her staff leaked Dr. Ford's name to the media is absolutely abhorrent, I am horrified by this," she said.

"If you are such an advocate for women, why would you treat an accuser this way?"

Second, Loesch argued that the accusations set a dangerous precedent for boys all over America.

"As a women, and as a mother of sons, I am horrified by where this is leading for boys in our country," she said.

"Boys are considered guilty until proven innocent," Loesch added later. "Now granted, there are some predatory men out there who have done terrible things to women, but there are also some bad women who have done some horrible things to men."

Loesch brought up several examples of false accusations, including rape claims lodged against former NFL players Colin Kaepernick and Brian Banks, saying that we should not find people guilty just because they are men.