Florida High School Students Walk Out to SUPPORT Gun Rights
That's right. High school students. Walking out of class. To SUPPORT the Second Amendment. Quick, someone call the Narrative Buster!
About 75 students, according to a head count by school administrators, walked onto the school's track carrying the American flag and signs that said "guns don't kill people, people kill people" and "I support the right to bear arms." The event lasted about 20 minutes and then students returned to class.
The demonstration was organized by Chloe Deaton, a sophomore, and Anna Delaney, a junior, who are part of Rockledge High's Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Academy.
Deaton — who was wearing a T-shirt that read, "my rights don't end where your feelings begin" — said the event was meant to clear misconceptions about the Second Amendment, not support or oppose any particular political stances.
A far cry from some of their peers (see #MarchForOurLives Speaker Admits True Gun Control Plans and #MarchForOurLives Protesters Don’t Know What an Assault Weapon Is).
Don't get me wrong. I'm not advocating getting these students their own show on Fox News. Though I'm sure someone at Fox News is. These kids are in high school, same as the Hoggy Gang. But since we're apparently taking Constitutional advice from tweenagers these days, having opposing voices in the pool is only fair.
Contrast the media coverage these pro-Second Amendment tweens will get in comparison to their more extreme counterparts. Who were funded by all the leftist activist groups.
These kids just need to start going to college and spread some common sense there.