The mainstream media can’t seem to put the same old narriative about the Parkland shooting to rest.
The left has been using the same Parkland teen “activists” only because they are the only five or six students that will agree with their senseless cause. Now, in an interview with Bill Maher we can see the actual truth. These kids have become completely political about the entire matter. They truly have no clue as to what they are really saying and what the media is having them do.
Today we have another student speaking his mind, and he is calling out the “activist” students and their crazy approach to the shooting. Now, appearing on “Real Time With Bill Maher,” we have students David Hogg and Cameron Kasky. And what they have to say is eye opening. At least someone appears to have some sort of common sense.
Reported by americanewscentral:
While on the show, David Hogg bragged about how he had hung up on the Trump White House when they reached out to him and invited him to the ‘listening session’ that they held on February 21. So he had the President willing to listen to what he had to say and basically just blew him off.
Hogg said, ‘We don’t need to listen to President Trump. President Trump needs to listen to the screams of the children and the screams of this nation.’”
Kasky blamed prior generations for the problems.
“I mean this sincerely, I really do. To all of the generations before us, we sincerely accept your apology. We appreciate that you are willing to let us rebuild the world that you f*cked up.”
And then he revealed how little he knew with this bomb.
PARKLAND STUDENT: “The 2nd Amendment is a very good piece of rhetoric defense […] because they put it as if we’re attacking a right that you’re born with…”🤔
BILL MAHER: “But it is, if you’re an American”
(Oh yeah, but let’s definitely lower the voting age to 16…) pic.twitter.com/1M6Z7oRGyr
— Chet Cannon (@Chet_Cannon) March 3, 2018
“The 2nd Amendment is a very good piece of rhetoric defense […] because they put it as if we’re attacking a right that you’re born with…”
Maher, astounded, says, “But it is if you’re an American.”
Yikes. Maybe just a bit longer in that history class rather than on television might be a good idea.
But Kasky almost yelled, “We are the experts. How dare you tell us we don’t know what we are talking about!”
This is the problem when the progressives are having these kids push their agenda. They’re kids. They’re not supposed to be carrying a political agenda.
And one student who hasn’t gotten the attention of the activists has been quietly calling them out for being political and not focusing on solutions.
Kyle Kashuv, also a student at Stoneman Douglas, called out Hogg for hanging up on the White House.
“Hanging up on @POTUS @realDonaldTrump, the man who controls the Executive is counterproductive to pushing change. Even if you do not like President Trump, one should not disrespect the office that has sat 44 past American Patriots.”
He said he would never turn down a call from the White House. “Mr. President @realDonaldTrump, I would never decline a call from you. It would be an honor to discuss with you how we can come together to support our common goal: to make sure kids are safe.”
“The @WhiteHouse and Capitol Hill are where federal law is forged, not @CNN. Some of my classmates don’t seem to appreciate this.
That is why I will be in D.C. and NYC this coming week. It’d be an honor to meet with policy makers across party lines to further a bipartisan agenda.”
He had previously called out some of the activists for calling the NRA “child murderers,” calling it a “blatant example of faulty emotionally-charged anti-gun political agenda pushing.”
Kashuv has also been working on helping provide emotional support for his fellow students. “I am right now working on an app … to help moms maybe volunteer at the school for emotional support,” he told Fox Business.
Strangely while Twitter has recognized David Hogg, Cameron Kasky and the activists with verified ‘blue check marks,’ they haven’t given Kashuv one.
Kashuv isn’t all over media, he just seems to be trying to work on real solutions to the problem.
And good on him for trying to bring his classmates back to a little reality.