Parkland Anti-Gun Bullies Clash With Trump Supporters and Nobody Knows Why

Parkland Anti-Gun Bullies Clash With Trump Supporters and Nobody Knows Why

This is the definitive “rooting for injuries” moment. The fame-hungry, young David Hogg took his afterschool protest party to the supermarket floor, on Friday. Literally. Hogg, leading a host of fellow students from Parkland, Florida, as well as the parents of some of the victims of the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, decided to hold a “die-in” on the floor of a Publix supermarket, in Coral Springs and one other Florida location. I was under a self-imposed lockdown for the first couple of months after the horrors of the Parkland shooting, where seventeen people lost their lives. I allowed room for the survivors to grieve, protest, speak out in any way they felt necessary. I knew this event would be used to push the gun-grabbers’ narrative. They always are. David Hogg and his fellow Parkland activists, young, dazzled by the attention they’re receiving, are absolutely pawns in the hands of those with an agenda. Hogg and the others will be dangled in front of the cameras up until the point where they’re no longer cute or useful, then, lacking any naturally endearing qualities conducive for long-lasting fame, they’ll be shuttled off to relatively anonymous lives, as Starbucks baristas or fry cooks. So what precipitated this particular lunge for attention? Apparently, Publix made a political contribution to Adam Putnam, a pro-gun Republican candidate running for governor. The grocery chain made a $670,000 contribution to Putnam’s campaign. Now, it is completely logical to consider that there may […]

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