Yo, David Hogg: FL Kids Hold Pro-Gun Walk Out – Will You Pick A Fight With Them?

Will David Hogg stand up and support this student protest? Or will they get demonized like everyone else who disagrees with him?

Seventy-five students walked out in Florida.

But they weren’t demanding guns be restricted or taken away. Maybe because the event organizer actually knows what the hell she’s talking about.

The demonstration was organized by Chloe Deaton, a sophomore, and Anna Delaney, a junior, who are part of Rockledge High’s Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Academy.

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Deaton — who was wearing a T-shirt that read, “my rights don’t end where your feelings begin” — said the event was meant to clear misconceptions about the Second Amendment, not support or oppose any particular political stances.

After the playing of the national anthem and “God Bless America” over the loudspeakers, she told the group of students, “We were built on certain rights and that was one of the original rights, that we should have the right to bear arms.”
Source: USAToday

You might be forgiven for assuming all Millenials had drunk the Kool-Aid, or eaten the Tide Pods. That’s not true at all. And that was the point of this march.

On that note, here’s one young woman, a pro-2A Millenial just a little older than Hogg himself, who has a few choice words for how Hogg has been running his mouth:

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Let’s go back to some of what else the organizer said.

Deaton said it was important to make sure other students’ voices were heard. Some students who participated in Friday’s Second Amendment walkout wore camouflage clothing and President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” hats. They carried “don’t tread on me” flags and black-and-blue-striped American flags that are often used to show support for law enforcement.

“It’s all over the news right now that all students hate guns. I wanted to show that not all students feel that way,” said Zachary Schneider, a junior at Rockledge.

Boom!

Good for her!

Wouldn’t you love to see HER get the same Twitter backing and public support as a couple of well-known blowhards on the other side? You might even believe that she’s far more grounded in the role of #2A rights than the guy on the other side.

Will they get the full-throated support of the new social media darlings? People like David Hogg who insist that students NEED to be heard. Or will he use his massive social media presence to bully them and call them baby-killers?

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The men and women in law enforcement that serve and protect us are commendable, but the response time means that they don’t get there when the bullets are flying.

Are you willing to wait 20 minutes for the police to show up?

It’s an issue that needs to be discussed within our churches and addressed by our church leaders.

We need some righteous badassery in the church to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and our brothers and sisters in Christ from the preventable evil in this world.

We need to Obey Jesus.

Including what he said in Luke 22:36.

He [Jesus] said to them, “But now let the one who has a moneybag take it, and likewise a knapsack. And let the one who has no sword sell his cloak and buy one.

– The Holy Bible, English Standard Version

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