After all the howling we heard on CNN and elsewhere over Americans not displaying an acceptable level of hatred for guns and the NRA, now comes forth the lamestream media’s youngest hypocrite, David Hogg, to complain about clear backpacks and organize town halls pushing for stricter gun control measures, while ignoring the inconvenient revelation that YouTube shooter Nasim Aghdam wasn’t stopped by the strictest gun control laws in the nation.
The Sun Sentinel reported that Florida Reps. Ted Deutch, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and Frederica Wilson — all Democrats — will be attending a “series of gun control forums” this week to femsplain to Floridians how further restricting gun rights will somehow stop people like Aghdam from carrying out mass shootings, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
The town hall meeting, along with many others across the nation, have been organized by the Town Hall Project, started by former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer Jimmy Dahman last year. The project claims to be a “teen-led” series of meetings with members of Congress or candidates running against them over this week, culminating on Saturday with the Town Hall for Our Lives.
Confirmed #TownHallForOurLives events in the following districts (so far):
— Town Hall Project (@townhallproject) March 30, 2018
Upon further review, it has been found that the Town Hall Project is backed and funded by a coalition of far-left progressives, including Tom Steyer’s NextGen America, the Center for American Progress (CAP), Indivisible, and former President Barack Obama’s Organizing for Action, among others.
What is being touted as a grass-roots, student-led movement is nothing more than a well-funded facade, brought to you courtesy of the DNC’s deepest pockets. The selective moral outrage that skipped over the YouTube shooting is a sham to get votes in November, and David Hogg is quickly becoming yesterday’s fake news.