Kyle Kashuv Criticizes #MarchForOurLives for Their Hollow Activism
Many of you were too busy having a life on Saturday to follow the #MarchForOurLives. Otherwise known as Gat Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Hogg. If you happened to miss out, fret not. We were kind enough to compile all the dumbassery for you.
Non-gun-grabbers were conspicuously absent from the march but, to be fair, they were busy working toward real solutions. As opposed to holding up "gun owners have micropenises" signs.
There's also another big difference between the two sides, as Kyle Kashuv illustrates:
$3M dollars spent = nice march that didn't cause change. (Backed by Hollywood elite) $2K spent = lobbying lawmaker… https://t.co/G1Bm5khgnl— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv) 1521927116.0
So while the despisers of boomsticks have been out partying with celebrities and squealing about "change," the other side is working towards actual change. With only a fraction of the support.
UPDATE: Congress 1. STOP School Violence Act — passed 2. Fix NICS act — passed 3. Red Flag bill — intro… https://t.co/zBMuikF0kN— Ryan Petty (@Ryan Petty) 1521780927.0
Well, there we have it. Actual activism vs fame-whoring for the cameras with your fist balled up in the air.
Just to be clear, we're not saying Crowderheads are going to agree with all of these bills. Lucifer is forever concealing himself in the fine print. The important thing is neither Kashuv or Petty spent their Saturday afternoon hurling accusations of "child murder" and taking a figurative potty break on the Bill of Rights. They chose being classy over grandstanding for the cameras with a pile of ballistically-challenged dunces.
The Constitution-hating side might have a bigger following on social media, sure. They may also have scores of leftist backers, throwing copious amounts of coin in the coffers and working the kiddos like puppets. The other side is coming at the problem with real-world solutions. They're hoping to make #NeverAgain more than just a catchphrase. While also not using the Constitution to line their birdcages.