Conservative, Kyle Kashuv, has been an outspoken advocate for the Second Amendment. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Junior just got some fantastic news…
This kid is really something.
He’s gone against the flow and supported the ‘right to bear arms’ when his fellow students hopped on the ‘gun control’ train.
Unlike those other activists, Kashuv was in the same building when the gunman opened fire on his innocent schoolmates and teachers.
Kyle has consistently been willing to debate any of the other anti-2A Parkland teens that have become Media (D) darlings. But they’re not willing. So, he cleverly and succinctly takes them to task via Twitter.
But this kid is persistent.
He created an app for troubled students to anonymously reach out to their peers and was able to get his voice out there.
Kyle went to Washington and met with lawmakers, and spent some time with the First Lady and met President Trump in the Oval Office.
He had been advocating for the Second Amendment without ever having fired a gun until recently.
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) May 21, 2018
Twitter fans congratulated Kyle:
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) May 21, 2018
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) May 21, 2018
— Kassy Dillon (@KassyDillon) May 21, 2018
Awesome job, Kyle!
— Rep. Steven Smith 🇺🇸 (@RepStevenSmith) May 21, 2018
Ranking top in your class to own the libs
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) May 21, 2018
FTW. Those who can, do. Those who can’t, get jobs at MSNBC
— Tony Pulicella (@TonyPulicella) May 21, 2018
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