NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch, who also hosts a popular radio show and TV show on The Blaze, and her family spent the weekend prepping for a move because of all the death and rape threats she has received.

On Sunday, Loesch explained on Twitter how people have tracked down her private cell phone number and posted pictures of her house online.

Females have started to share personal stories of sexual assault and harassment under the #MeToo hashtag on Twitter after the explosive allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Loesch decided to to open up about the threats she has received that has put her and her family in danger.

Thankfully, local law enforcement and private security has worked with her and her children’s school to make sure they remain as safe as possible.

Loesch noted that she cannot speak about most instances publicly, but that she and other 2nd amendment female supporters receive sexual threats on a regular basis. She also points out the hypocrisy shown by some who attack conservative females, but at the same time, condemn Weinstein for the alleged accusations against him.

She concluded her story with these important thoughts:

Despite her testimony, I noticed some people attacking her as she explained how people have made her unsafe. One person kept tweeting at Dana stories that described the victims of gun violence.

In August, a congresswoman actually called Loesch and the NRA domestic terrorist threats after Loesch explained the death of Philando Castile. Loesch said that Castille had marijuana in his possession while carrying his gun, which makes it not a legal carry:

Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-NY) decided this means the NRA and Loesch are dangerous to society:

Stay safe, Dana. We have your back.