Liberal media’s high school front-runner, David Hogg, put together his own political ad campaign and it was awful.
David Hogg is obviously a bright young man who can be seen all over CNN supporting their anti-gun narrative. His words run parallel to the liberal speakers that surround him. So much so you have to believe they’re scripted. Even if they’re not, by some slim chance, scripted we know that their words are just regurgitated.
It has been proven time and time again that these children don’t understand the long-term ramifications of having ‘open to interpretation’ gun laws. We shouldn’t expect them to, either, after all, they’re just kids. The liberal media has been feeding off of their broken-hearted emotions and need for change, long enough!
As seen below in David Hoggs Tweet, the young man has put together his own version of a political ad or movement. Its misguided message is just as distorted and aimed to ‘shock’ that you know CNN must be proud. Take a look.
You’d think from that question there are killers on the loose on every school campus … which are of course government-run and often controlled by liberals. It’s just dripping with fear and bordering on hysteria — but what’s the reality?
Well, there were about 51 million kids attending school in the United States as of 2017, according to data from the Department of Education.
And tragic school shootings? “Over the past quarter-century, on averageabout 10 studentsare slain in school shootings annually,” stated criminology Professor James Alan Fox in USA Today. (Emphasis added.)
Ten out of 51,000,000. Let’s be clear: That’s still a tragedy, and we can and should work to make it zero, but this is the statistic that in David Hogg’s words makes students stage walkouts based on “fearing for our lives.”
Do you know what kills ten times the number of school kids every year? Not guns. Bicycles.
“Compare the school fatality rate with the more than 100 school-age children accidentally killed each year riding their bikesor walking to school,” Fox pointed out.
“Congress might be too timid to pass gun legislation to protect children, but how about a national bicycle helmet law for minors? Half of the states do not require them,” he continued. “There is no NRA — National Riding Association — opposing that.”
In other words, Hogg and all the rest of the anti-gun crowd are spreading panic to push an agenda. The mainstream media presumably knows these facts or could look them up, but can’t be bothered. The truth might get in the way of their Constitution-shredding motives.
If the teenage media darling wants so badly to play an adult and influence key laws in our nation, then he needs to face facts like an adult — and they’re not even remotely on his side.