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Boy are we sick and tired of having David Hogg and his band of anti-Constitutional classmates shoved down our throats by the mainstream media.

Hogg was one of many faces to emerge as the de facto media magnates of the Valentine’s Day massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, despite the fact that there is some serious confusion as to whether or not Hogg was even present at the time of the tragedy.

Suspicion was raised after an excerpt from a CBS special surfaced in which Hogg appeared to imply that he was home at the time the Parkland shooting occurred, saying:

“On the day of the shooting, I got my camera and got on my bike and rode as fast as I could three miles from my house to the school to get as much video and to get as many interviews as I could because I knew that this could not be another mass shooting.”

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Once viewers noticed the bizarre “flub”, CBS was quick to issue a statement clarifying that Hogg returned to the school, an active crime scene, later that day to film interviews.

It was later clarified by CBS that the quote had been taken out of context and Hogg was referring to his decision to return to the school at 6pm on the night of the shooting to gather additional footage and statements from those present.

Given the advent of “fake news”, particularly in the wake of the Parkland tragedy, there is no telling whether or not this information will ever be verified barring a deathbed confession in the distant future.

Now, Hogg’s conservative classmate Kyle Kashuv is making the media rounds, standing up for Americans’ rights and The Constitution in one of the most cogent pro-gun actions of 2018.

Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv is countering the April 20 anti-gun walkout with a pro-gun event featuring speakers who will address ways to make schools safe without infringing on Second Amendment rights.

Friday’s walkout is the second since the Parkland shooting and is ubiquitously aimed at calling attention to the April 20, 1999, Columbine attack.

But on April 19, 2018, Kashuv told Breitbart News that walkouts are misguided. He said, “Walkouts don’t work. They are a waste of time and they’re counterproductive. They ruin the school system and they ruin the entire day for kids. Additionally, [a walkout] doesn’t solve anything; it doesn’t push policy.”

Kashuv has pulled together conservative, pro-gun voices for a live stream event wherein students can be educated on ways to make schools safer without infringing on Second Amendment rights. He said, “Let’s educate the kids. Let’s teach every single kid what there is know about the Second Amendment, about this debate.”

Given the hearty liberal lean within the mainstream media, we’re sure that Kashuv’s event will receive far less fanfare than it truly deserves, putting the onus on you, the conservative readers, to spread the important information far and wide.


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