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David Hogg Posts 5-Point Platform to End Gun Violence on Social Media, Backfires Instantly

Yeah, this definitely did not go as planned.

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Anti-gun Parkland survivor David Hogg just won’t seem to go away, continuing to milk his fifteen minutes of fame for all they are worth.

His latest activities include a list of five points he’s come up with to supposedly get rid of gun violence in America once and for all, which he posted on Twitter.

Unfortunately for Mr. Hogg, the responses he’s been receiving weren’t quite what he was hoping for.

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1. CDC funding for research into gun violance
2. Universal Background checks
3. Digitization of ATF records
4. High-Capacity magazine ban
5. Assault weapons ban

Gee whiz, look at how many times the word “ban” appears in that list. But the left isn’t coming for our guns, remember?

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Hogg later posted that he wanted to have a “discussion about this,” stating there must be “some common ground.”

No, David. Just no.

The truth is, we have the Second Amendment for a reason. To enable us to have the means of defending our lives, liberty, and property from thieves and tyrants. Guns fulfill that role for us, and we as Americans intend to keep it that way.

The platform itself has already been shredded by dozens of people, so need to do so again. How great would it be if Hogg dedicated himself to looking at actual facts rather than allowing himself to be a tool in the hands of the left used to push an agenda?

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Supreme Court Says No To Fast-Tracking Obamacare Decision; Pushes It Back Until Election Is Over

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Hollywood Actor Michael Douglas Announces Endorsement Of Michael Bloomberg

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Hollywood has become a central hub of left-wing Democratic Party activity, so it’s not exactly a shock when a major actor or celebrity comes out and endorses a Democratic candidate for president. In fact, it would be shocking to see the opposite occur, but honestly, given the obvious bias in the industry, there’s very little worry that would ever happen. Legendary actor Michael Douglas, most recently known for the role of Hank Pym in Marvel’s Ant-Man film series, has announced he’s backing former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for president. Douglas made the announcement in a video released on Tuesday. Here’s more on this from Washington Examiner: “I feel so blessed that in this particularly difficult time that we have one of the greatest candidates in the history of our elections,” Douglas told People magazine, adding that he “hasn’t been this excited” about a presidential candidate since John F. Kennedy. The actor said he saw the addition of Bloomberg, 77, to the 2020 Democratic presidential primary as a “rare opportunity to coalesce and bring us back together, get rid of all this horrid, negative scare tactics that are going on, and the fact that he’s succeeded to the degree that he has is phenomenal.” At the conclusion of his endorsement, Douglas, who starred in films such as The American President, Fatal Attraction, and Ant-Man, called Bloomberg “a president America needs.” Bloomberg hasn’t been shy about making it clear he supports the removal of Donald Trump as the president under the impeachment charges brought against him by the House of Representatives. He clarified that he believes impeachment is very divisive, but “there’s just so much evidence that [Trump] acted inappropriately.” Democrats keep talking about all of the evidence that supports impeachment, but the question remains. Where’s it at?

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