David Hogg to Host Anti-Gun Democrat Presidential Forum
The Democrat debates have shown us just how extreme these leftists are, like we're finally seeing what they actually discuss at their wine and cheese parties after they get done insulting our intelligence. Has anyone else noticed how much this current crop of crazies kind of hates the Obama Administration? It's delicious. The only thing we need now is an anti-gun presidential forum hosted by perpetual skin irritant, David Hogg (see Twitter Trolls Mock David Hogg’s Cowboy Hat Picture and David Hogg Tries Using Jesus Christ to Argue Against AR-15s). Which is exactly what we're getting.
God is a Trump supporter. Change my mind.
The Giffords group and March For Our Lives told The Associated Press that the forum focused on gun violence will be the first of its kind for presidential hopefuls and will be open to all candidates who meet the Democratic National Committee’s polling and fundraising thresholds for the September debate.
David Hogg, a survivor of the last year’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and co-founder of March for Our Lives, said the groups want to see the candidates in Las Vegas discuss “bold and holistic plans” that tackle all aspects of gun violence, including suicides and other shootings that don’t receive as much attention as mass attacks.
Now to be fair to the fact-checkers at Facebook who hate us and use any excuse to throttle our page, no, we don't have absolute confirmed attendance on little David. But when, WHEN, has David Hogg ever refused a chance to be a camera hogg? See what I did there? Puns, people. Puns. I'm going to guess David will be there come hell or high water pants which have suddenly made a fashion resurgence.
What can go wrong? Democrats are already on the wrong side of issues from the rest of America. Debating who hates gun owners and the Second Amendment the most in front of the chinless wonder just confirms what we already know: Democrats aren't keen on America, American rights, or Americans with work ethic. Why else allow a college freshman to host a forum?