David Hogg’s hypocrisy was laid bare when he protested the NRA headquarters
Since the Parkland school shooting, David Hogg has been crowned a national celebrity by gun control activists in Hollywood and the Fake News media.
Hogg has recently gone on a nationwide tour promoting gun control and organizing protests.
But he was just embarrassed when his hypocrisy was exposed for all of the world to see.
David Hogg went to protest the NRA headquarters in Virginia.
But while he was calling for gun control, he took with him armed security guards.
The Washington Times reports:
The National Rifle Association mocked gun control activist David Hogg for apparently showing up to a protest at the NRA headquarters in Fairfax, Va., this weekend with “armed security.”
“Today, @davidhogg111 (with armed security) and a bunch of gun-grabbing activists protested our empty HQ, and there were some interesting people there. Our social team chatted up the crowd and ended the day with ice cream paid for by @Everytown! Stay tuned for video interviews!” the NRA’s official Twitter account said on Saturday along with some photos. Everytown for Gun Safety is a nonprofit gun-control group.
Hogg, an 18-year-old who became an outspoken advocate of gun law reform after surviving the deadly shooting at his high school in Parkland, Fla., in February, didn’t deny that he had an armed security detail when he responded to the NRA’s tweet.
David Hogg is parading around the country spreading his message of gun control while he uses an armed guard to protect him during public appearances.
The hypocrisy of David Hogg to demand Americans turn in their guns while he uses armed guards is simply outrageous.
The NRA and conservatives were quick to give him grief on Twitter and Facebook.
Many conservatives are saying if David Hogg believes American’s Second Amendment rights should be curtailed, then he should surrender his right to employ armed guards.
Fortunately, many are beginning to see through David Hogg’s anti-Constitutional gun-grabs and his influence has started to wane.
We support Hogg’s right to have armed security, but he must respect the right of all Americans – most of whom cannot afford to hire high-paid security guards – to protect themselves.