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Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv Annihilates Anti-Gun Activist With One Epic Tweet

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Earlier this week, conservative pro-gun Parkland school shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv took to Twitter to respond to a tweet posted by anti-gun activist Laruen Hogg, who just so happens to be the sister of the now infamous David Hogg, and boy did the fireworks fly.

David Hogg, if you recall, has been milking his fifteen minutes of fame ever since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, going on talk shows galore, speaking at rallies, and using his platform to call older adults dummies for not passing legislation that limits the Second Amendment.

His sister, Lauren, has joined in on the fight, but unfortunately for her, she seems to understand the importance of the right to bear arms and the reality of evil in modern society even less than her brother.

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Lauren Hogg, sister of far-left provocateur David Hogg, tweeted: “I’m tired of people saying, “The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.“ Fighting fire with fire never got anything done. It just burned everything down. It is the same reason why we must never fight hate with hate. Only love can drive out hate.”

Kashuv responded by writing: “Okay, so if someone comes at you with a gun make sure you offer them a hug. Let me know how it goes!”

Kashuv wasn’t the only individual on Twitter who simply couldn’t resist responding to the mind-blowing ignorance of Hogg:

https://twitter.com/NolteNC/status/991327593646436352

https://twitter.com/AdamBaldwin/status/991344170403950592

If you follow the logic of Lauren Hogg, then anytime a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun, it’s because the good guy hated the bad guy’s guts.

That’s not true at all. Many individuals who have had to stop a violent criminal by using a bullet are not at all happy they had to use lethal force to put someone down. It’s a hard thing to live with, especially since the majority of America — which consists of well adjusted adults — recognizes that life is precious and taking life is never to be taken lightly.

The reason the Second Amendment exists is not as an expression of hate, but as a means of protecting that which is most precious to us. Our lives, possessions, and freedom.

If you say you truly love people, wouldn’t you want to have the tools at your disposal to protect them from danger?

Just some food for thought.

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Woman In London Pleads Guilty To ISIS Terror Plot Designed To ‘Kill As Many People As Possible’

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People on the left often wonder why folks on the right are so hardcore about immigration laws being followed and enforced, after all, shouldn’t we, as a nation of immigrants, just allow others who want a better life to come on in, regardless of whether or not they respect our laws? Well, the story of a woman who just plead guilty to an ISIS plot in London is prime example of why that line of thinking is false and why so many conservatives want a secure border. Here’s more on this situation from The Washington Examiner: A British woman said she planned to bomb a hotel and St. Paul’s Cathedral in London after pledging allegiance to the Islamic State. Safiyya Amira Shaikh, 36, pleaded guilty on Friday in London Central Criminal Court. Prosecutors said Shaikh wanted to place an improvised explosive device in a hotel and then carry out a suicide bombing at London’s iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral with the goal of killing herself and “as many other people as possible.” Shaikh was born with the name Michelle Ramsden to a non-Muslim family but converted to Islam in 2007. She became radicalized by 2015 after listening and interacting with Islamic extremists online, according to the prosecution. Shaikh was responsible for casing out the cathedral and stayed close by at a hotel during her surveillance mission last year. What she didn’t know was that she was actually communicating with an undercover officer using an encrypted messaging app Telegram. Shaikh wrote in one message that she would “rather die young and get to paradise quickest way possible.” “I always knows I wanted to do something big … killing one [infidel] is not enough for me,” Shaikh said. The undercover officer working the case pretended to be an expert with explosives and offered…

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Katie Hill’s Claim About Why She Resigned Her Post Disputed By Former Republican Lawmaker

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Former GOP lawmaker Ryan Costello recently stated that he isn’t buying the explanation that Democratic Rep. Katie Hill gave for stepping down from her post. If you’ll remember back, Hill resigned from her position while facing an investigation by the House Ethics Committee looking into an alleged affair she had with a member of her congressional office. However, Hill visited “The View” and said the real reason she actually stepped down. Here’s more on all of this from The Washington Examiner: Hill said the “slow processes” of the investigation would have been “incredibly invasive to my staff and to my entire office.” “It’s also something that I’m glad I was able to take the pressure off of my staff by resigning so that they didn’t have to worry about that,” she said. “But why did I decide to step down? I realized the impact that I was having on my colleagues. I did not want to be a distraction during the time that we were coming up on the impeachment inquiry vote. I didn’t want to be used as a tool against my fellow freshmen who were coming from these swing districts.” Her comments on The View came a day after she claimed “biphobia” was the reason behind her resignation, and that’s where Costello pushed back. https://twitter.com/RyanCostello/status/1230848827621507072 Photos of Hill, 32, were published in October that showed her naked in a hotel room, brushing the hair of a female campaign staffer who worked on her 2018 congressional campaign. Additional photos were later published that showed her holding a bong while undressed. She apologized and admitted she had an affair with the female campaign aide but denied another alleged affair with a staffer and resigned days later. Hill later on said that she struggled deeply with suicidal thoughts after she resigned…

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