First of all, I’d like to share some of my background. From the time I was in high school and volunteered for the Jimmy Carter campaign, I was a Liberal Democrat. I became disillusioned with it when, it seemed, every week you had to go farther and farther left in order to still BE a Liberal. I’d given up on it about a year before I first heard the word, “Progressive”.
Back to the reason for this post:
It seems I can’t even watch a YouTube video without hearing that little punk, David Hogg’s, name. I’m REALLY glad I don’t watch the legacy media news, like CNN or MSLSD since it looks like he’s they’re new Hero. What I’ve been seeing is an angry kid who’s ranting about guns and lashing out at gun owners. It’s been over 6 weeks of this shit and David Hogg is, frankly, starting to sound more like a spoiled child who isn’t getting his demands met. About a week after this happened he and his sister tweeted pics of themselves wearing these armbands she’d allegedly made and wanted everyone to start wearing. The tweet and pics went away really fast when it was pointed out they looked like Hitler Youth. Where were their parents? Why didn’t they say something and instead leave it up to someone on Twitter to do it?
Which brings me to my Big Question:
What I want to know is:where are this punk’s parents? When he’s being asked to give all these interviews; why aren’t his parents stepping in? Saying, “David has school, he won’t be able to appear on your show. Again” or “My son has a family commitment on that day and won’t be able to appear on your show” or , maybe, just maybe they might say, “We don’t like the way you and your employer seem to be using our son’s traumatic experience to attack your rivals. You will be having no further contact with our son.”
Where were this kid’s parents when he was growing up to teach him you don’t talk to adults the way he has? Oh. That’s right. He’s in that age group where the parents were more concerned with being their kid’s friend and not having to feel uncomfortable by telling their child, . “No. You can’t do/say that.” Their parents were the Baby Boomers who didn’t want to deprive their children and didn’t want to stifle their character. Now, after just 2 generations of everyone gets a ribbon so there’s no losers and kids being given into instead of corrected or punished; we have this. A high school aged punk who thinks he has a right to tell adults how they should behave and what they should do. Because the leftists running the educational systems have refused to teach children the importance of The Constitution and The Bill of Rights, we now have a generation of kids who have NO respect for the documents that ensure their Right to flap their gums ad nauseam. I saw an anchor from some cable news channel saying he was made to feel uncomfortable when he’d tried to correct some of David Hogg’s facts in an interview he’d done with the kid. The kid had made him feel that way by the way he’d reacted or something. These sketchy legacy media channels and maybe the progressives, seem to be grooming this kid and his friends to be their shills in their Guns Are Bad campaign. The legacy media, also, seem to be using David Hogg to silence their competition.
David Hogg is a child. Period. He doesn’t have the maturity or the life experience to tell anyone what to do. He allegedly went through a horrible experience and, like a child, is lashing out at everything. And the skanky reporters on those cable “news” networks are egging him on by continuing to bring him on for interviews. Like any kid, he knows he can say just about anything now and get away with it, so he’s going to take advantage of it. What’s making it worse is he knows that no one will be allowed to correct him or even mock him, if they do they’ll be silenced. Look at what he just did to Laura Ingram for saying he was whining about not being accepted into a few colleges. Hitler David immediately went after her advertisers. Funny how he just so happened to have that complete list of them within a few minutes of her tweeting it…
Yes, those kids went through something so terrible I can’t even imagine what it was like. But. Think about the kids in Gaza. How many of them have had their schools blown up by an Israeli rocket? Their friends gunned down by IDF soldiers? What about the kids in Iraq? Or Syria? I don’t see those high schoolers having weeks long rants, making demands of the adults. And they have more of a Right to than this kid.
Ok. Just wanted to nb¡