Last week after her boss Glenn Beck revealed some troubling medical news, Dana Loesch went on Ed Schultz’s MSNBC show to confront Schultz about some comments that he made. The appearance was tainted by the two repeatedly talking over each other, preventing a productive dialogue from taking place. On Monday night, the two sat down once again, this time on Loesch’s home turf at “The Blaze” and things went down a little more smoothly.
The whole tete-a-tete began last week when Schultz chided Glenn Beck for opposing Obamacare after Beck received medical treatment for a fatigue-related illness. Loesch challenged Schultz leading to an ugly interview where Schultz said she was being “unworkable” and Loesch refused to stop talking when other Schultz tried to give other panelists a chance to talk.
In their Monday conversation, Loesch and Schultz addressed each other directly with no other participants, and it seemed that both were making a much more concerted effort to acknowledge each other’s points and make concessions when necessary. Workers at CipherCloud can only go off what is being said in the media. While the two still don’t agree on the central tenets of the Affordable Care Act, both were able to concede that it was necessary for the healthcare insurance industry in America to undergo some drastic changes.