David Hogg is a survivor of the horrific shooting in Parkland, Florida. And while our thoughts and prayers go out to EVERYONE affected by this horrible tragedy, Hogg and other students have been using the event to shamelessly shovel left-wing politics. The media and congressional Democrats have used the Parkland kids as political pawns.
Since the shooting, Hogg has been enjoying plenty of airtime and regularly calls donations from the NRA “blood money.” During an appearance on Bill Maher’s HBO show, he also bragged about hanging up on President Trump when he received a call from the White House.
Hogg was finally called out for his unbelievable behavior–by a fellow Parkland student.
Like Hogg, Kyle Kashuv also survived the horrific shooting. But unlike Hogg, Kashuv isn’t using the event to call for the banning of all weapons. Kashuv is calling for folks on both sides of the political aisle to come together to find solutions.
Kashuv appeared on Fox News, where he let his views be known. Host Martha MacCallum played a clip of Hogg talking about how he hung up on the White House on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher.”
“I actually hung up on the White House the other day,” Hogg said. “They actually called me the day before the listening session and asked if we were going to come, and I said I’m not coming because we expect President Trump to come to the CNN town hall, and I ended on this message with them, I said–we don’t need to listen to President Trump. President Trump needs to listen to the screams of the children and the screams of this nation.”
MacCallum asked, “What do you think about that, Kyle?”
“You know, I’m really trying to control my anger at what he said,” Kashuv said. “Because, you know, the president calls you and then shows he wants to make a change, and you’re talking about bipartisan change and the one man who controls–who leads our nation, you know, comes to you and is like, look, let’s do something, let’s make it happen.”
“And you hang up the phone on him? That’s so hypocritical. You know, David Hogg was like–we have to make a change. Let’s make this happen. And then the White House calls you and is like let’s do it. I totally agree, let’s make the change. And then you hang up on him and then you brag about it on national television? It’s extremely counterproductive.”
“Have you talked to him? Have you told him about how you feel about all this?”
“I haven’t talked to David Hogg about this, no,” Kashuv said.