It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Parkland teen David Hogg and not only is he still around pushing a gun control agenda, he’s still getting schooled over his limited grasp on issues.
Hogg was being interviewed on the ABC daytime syndicated talk show “Windy City Live” in Chicago when he said that gun control should’ve been dealt with “centuries ago.”
Host/admirer Ryan Chiaverini asked Hogg “how have you had the courage to do what you’re doing.”
“We have to develop this courage when our political leaders refuse to have it,” Hogg replied. “When politician say, now is not the time to talk about this, they were right, the time to talk about this was decades and centuries ago.”
The remark was met with a bone-crushing response from Townhall columnist Katie Pavlich: “It was: July 4, 1776.”
It was: July 4, 1776 🇺🇸 https://t.co/9kTsoajAUM
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) October 23, 2018
And specifically on December 15, 1791 when the Bill of Rights were adopted, including the 2nd Amendment.
— Peter Maerkel (@pjmaerkel) October 23, 2018
Others added specifics to Pavlich’s observation, which is a general assessment of the birth of our constitutional rights.
— Straight White Male 🇺🇸 (@FreeWhiteMale) October 23, 2018
Being a member of a generation more likely to condemn the Founding Fathers than to revere them based on what’s being taught in the classroom, it’s not surprising that Hogg wouldn’t understand this.
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