As you’re well aware, David Hogg, a student at Parkland at the time of the mass shooting in February, has been making the rounds condemning anything and everything he considers pro-gun and pro-Trump.
And he’s not alone in that. More students than not are joining him and his message, hoping to create their own misguided version of “change”.
With that, Tucker Carlson has had enough of this constantly-shoved-down-our-throats narrative and took on the very idea of David Hogg and what he represents.
“This is the problem that I have: if you sincerely believe that people who disagree with you want to kill children, then you shouldn’t be involved in making policy because that’s exactly what we don’t need more of, it seems to me,” Carlson said. “Why is he being pushed to the front of this movement?”
“I agree with that this is a kid who saw unspeakable tragedy, he saw his classmates killed, and that’s exactly why he shouldn’t be involved in formulating a response to it. He is a kid.”
“So you can’t simultaneously argue that you need to shut up and listen to him and if you don’t you are bad, which is what the left is arguing, and that we shouldn’t take what he says seriously or literally,” he continued. “You have to choose one. I’m happy to choose the first one.”
David Hogg, as I mentioned before, has been on a hard offensive… especially against the NRA, recently saying: “The pathetic f***ers that want to keep killing our children, they could have blood from children splattered all over their faces and they wouldn’t take action because they all still see those dollar signs,” Hogg said before describing the “exhaustion” he’s experienced as a result of his month-long stint as a political activist.
“At this point its like when your old-a** parent is like, ‘I don’t know how to send an iMessage’ and you’re like, ‘Ok give me the f***ing phone’ and you take it and you get it done in one second. Sadly, that’s what we have to do with our government because our parents don’t know how to use a f***ing democracy so we have to do it.”