Children have been so exploited, by leftists, themselves and their parents, the gun control movement has turned into Mean Girls. Where chin-impaired David Hogg plays Regina George, setting the rules on which days to wear pink (see Video: David Hogg Accuses the NRA of Threatening Him and #WhatIf: David Hogg Launches Vulgar Attack on Gun Rights). Kyle Kashuv as Lindsay Lohan. Twitter as the burn book. And the rest of The Plastics ganging up on the one person who seems to be thinking for himself.
Twitter held it’s A Complete Idiot’s Guide to Guns and the NRA workshop on Monday. One of the questions was about Kashuv. Naturally.
First off, brave talk about someone these brats know was purposely excluded from sitting with them.
Student? ✅ (reluctantly)
Activist? ✅ (kinda sorta)
Invite? ❌❌ https://t.co/0cfN2XQ5UR
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) March 16, 2018
Many criticize these kids not being challenged. “We invited him to join us and he chose not to.” Right, and why is that? Because Kashuv has made it clear he thinks you’re too busy lying about your opponents to get anything done. “Well, Kyle says…” would have been a great follow up. Maybe they can gather a Pokemon Go rally, sponsored by Teen Spirit, to have a “serious” discussion about this. Plus tips on how to pass the SAT.
As for Chinny saying it’s not productive for Kyle to “call him out.” Kyle wouldn’t be calling him out if he were less of a douche. Not productive is claiming anyone who disagrees with you has blood on your hands. Not productive is excusing all the ways the government failed your classmates, while also claiming Marco Rubio is responsible for all of those failures.
Productive is meeting with leaders about an app that can help your peers get the help they need. Help is trying to bring people together to get an actual school safety bill passed. Or how to defeat chin acne.
The real “non-productive” ones is the cast of Disney’s High School Musical 2018: I Can Activist Too.