Parkland JROTC Hero: CNN's Anti-Gun Town Hall was Scripted
CNN's anti-gun town hall was the leftist slinging jizz fest we expected. Donald Trump held a respectful forum to discuss a serious issue (see WATCH: Trump Proposes Arming School Teachers and [Video] Father of Parkland Victim Calls for School Safety NOW). CNN held a high school pep-rally for kids to
eat the principal call the NRA murderers. Yes, the same teenagers whose opinions CNN says are beyond criticism.
One person not hosted by CNN was Colton Haab. The JROTC hero who helped save classmates during the Florida shooting. CNN didn't like the questions he wanted to ask. So he stayed home.
I expected to be able to ask my questions and give my opinion. CNN asked me to write a speech and my questions, and it ended up being all scripted.
Student safety and hiring veterans is old and busted. Yelling for the NRA to stop giving Marco Rubio money is the new hotness.
I don't think it's going to get anything accomplished. It's not going to ask the true questions that parents and teachers and students have.
Oh, the forum asked more than a few questions. But only questions which fit snugly into CNN's political agenda. See, the students CNN marched in front of a camera are mere props. Just simple players in CNN's larger game. A game which may entail dismantling the Second Amendment piece by piece. Ironic, coming from an organization protected by the First Amendment.
Fake news is one thing. A scripted boo-hoo fest to push an agenda is something else.