David Hogg Threatens Smith & Wesson With Boycotts if his Demands Aren't Met
Smith & Wesson is an American tradition. They're responsible for some of the finest revolvers to ever grace God's green earth. Naturally, anti-gun fart-knocker David Hogg has them in his sights. The chinless boy wonder is threatening an all-out boycott of everything S&W if they don't meet his demands.
See for yourself:
We will destroy you by using the two things you fear most. Love and economics :) see you soon.— David Hogg (@David Hogg) 1535292204.0
Look at this smug turdlet trying to dictate where companies allocate their money and what they manufacture. Spoken like a true leftist snotweasel. Davey certainly makes the ghost of Comrade Stalin proud.
Though, there's just one teeny tiny problem with Hogg's threats. I'll allow Kyle Kashuv to point out Hoggy's stupidity.
lol the anti-gun dude is boycotting a gun company. Hilarious! https://t.co/fthrvqDUDT— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv) 1535292268.0
As always, Kyle nails it. I'm pretty sure for a boycott to work, you would have to be a person who would ever use that good or service in the first place. I just can't see Hogg emptying his piggy bank for a Model 29 to channel his inner Dirty Harry.
Hogg's stupidity doesn't end with the boycott threat. Notice also how he claims Smith & Wesson has something against love. "I mean, they make guns, and guns are like bad and stuff. Which means they hate love. The sight of two people holding hands makes them blow chunks."
Sure, nobody who likes a gun could ever be the type of person who has love in their heart. They're not parents whose only aim is to protect their kiddos. Good samaritans who fill would-be cop-killers full of lead. No, people who own guns are hate-filled curmudgeons who wouldn't know happy heart stuff if it jumped up and bit them on their geriatric keisters.
A bit of advice for Dave. Anti-gun political gestures may work with Publix, because everyone is the grocery-buying type. Asking anti-gunners to stop buying guns, on the other hand, is hardly an effective strategy. Anti-boomstick douchenozzles aren't exactly Smith & Wesson's target demographic. A mind-blowing revelation, I know.