Parkland Kids: Past Stupid and Arrogant and Straight to Full Rutabaga [VIDEO]

Parkland Kids: Past Stupid and Arrogant and Straight to Full Rutabaga [VIDEO]

Parkland Kids: Past Stupid and Arrogant and Straight to Full Rutabaga [VIDEO]

Oh, the DRAMA! The hysterical, emotionalist, pearl-clutching drama! Not only do the idiot Parkland kids now compare themselves to the Founding Fathers of our country, who were more intelligent, accomplished, mature, courageous, and dedicated to the cause of liberty than these entitled punks – enough to pick up arms and fight for independence – but now, they’re apparently the “experts.”

Experts on what?

Apparently school shootings, guns, firearm policy, and constitutional law, according to David Hogg, who keeps beating his meat for fame and glory and blowing his wad right over the corpses of his classmates!

Hogg, and his little twit buddy Cameron Kasky joined Bill Maher on Friday to discuss their efforts on behalf of their fallen classmates and children all over the country own pathetic egos to disarm law-abiding citizens.

“We are the experts,” the two arrogant little weasels declared to Maher.

Kasky also delivered a strong response to members of the National Rifle Association and lawmakers who claim the student activists “don’t know what they’re talking about.”

“We’ve been locked in a classroom. We have seen our friends text their parents goodbye. We are the experts,” he said. “We know exactly what we’re talking about. How dare you tell us we don’t know?”

Apparently they’re not experts at respecting the President of the United States when he invites them to discuss the very policies they’re trying to impose on innocent people of the United States.

They’re also not experts on human decency or honesty, claiming the President’s invitation was “offensive,” given that “there were funerals the next day, there was mourning we still had to do.”

Mourning and standing with their classmates… unless they had interviews and stuff to do, according to Hogg’s froth-flecked little buddy Emma Gonzalez, because they’re SOOOOOOO busy!

How dare we?

I dare because I have more experience with firearms policy than both of you pathetic gremlins have been alive.

I dare because I took an oath to serve in the US military and protect and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, using force if necessary – to even protect you, no matter what kind of sewage spills out of your ignorant pie holes.

I dare because I deployed. I carried a firearm. I qualified with several firearms in the military, and I dare say I know quite a bit more of them than two punks who cowered in a locked classroom while a murderer mowed down their classmates.

I dare because I’ve seen how countries that disarm their own citizens abuse and murder their own people – all while you spent your lives playing video games, going to school in relative peace and safety, and enjoying the rights and freedoms the disarmed citizenry of those other nations doesn’t have.

I’ve just about had it with these little shits.

Yeah, they’re the experts. By that logic, I must be an expert on dicks, because I was sexually assaulted in college.

By that logic, anyone who has had an overflowing toilet must be an expert plumber.

By that logic, anyone who has gotten drunk must be an expert on distilling.

By that logic, I’m a legal expert because I’ve watched hours and hours of Law & Order reruns.

By that logic, anyone who is fat must be an expert chef.

By that logic, anyone who’s had a home destroyed by a fire must be an expert firefighter.

By that logic, the number of surgeries I’ve had (knee, shoulder, hand, ankle) must make me an orthopedic surgeon.

By that logic, being a diabetic makes you an endocrinologist.

By that logic, if you have had a loved one commit suicide, you must be an expert on mental health.

By that logic, I must be a dental expert because I’ve had several cavities.

Are we getting the message yet, boys?

You are not experts. You are arrogant, supercilious, self-aggrandizing little gremlins who consider yourselves courageous and eloquent because you had the unmitigated gall to disrespect the President of the United States, even though he showed you some regard by offering to meet with you and discuss your concerns and views after the tragedy you’ve suffered.

You know nothing, except how to hide in closets and lay blame for your trauma at the feet of innocent people.

You know nothing, except how to suck the oxygen out of the room while adults are trying to have a discussion about policies that affect all Americans, and I am sick and tired of your vainglorious attempts to hoard undeserved recognition.

Allowing exploiters to use you for their own political agenda is not courageous. It’s stupid.

Being rude to the President of the United States is not courageous. It’s immature.

Claiming expertise on firearms policy because you were present when a murderous psycho shot your classmates (even as you stood idly by and did nothing while those very same classmates bullied and ostracized him) is not courageous. It’s insolent.

Denigrating an association of millions of law-abiding citizens as “disgusting” because they dare to stand up for their rights is not courageous. It’s ignorant.

And it’s about time you sat the hell down, shut the hell up, and let those who are eloquent and experienced take the stage – people like Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas, a former Special Forces Soldier, who has seen combat time, and who is much better qualified to discuss matters of constitutional policy, violence, and firearms than you snot-nosed little shits.

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Marta Hernandez is an immigrant, writer, editor, science fiction fan (especially military sci-fi), and a lover of freedom, her children, her husband and her pets. She loves to shoot, and range time is sacred, as is her hiking obsession, especially if we’re talking the European Alps. She is an avid caffeine and TWD addict, and wants to own otters, sloths, wallabies, koalas, and wombats when she grows up.

  • Scott says:

    Marta, as usual, that was epic, and spot on!

  • Freddie Sykes says:

    I love rutabagas, especially when mashed half and half with potatoes. Let’s not impugn good vegetables by associating them with these punks

  • SED says:

    Here Here!

  • GWB says:

    I dare because I have more experience with firearms policy than both of you pathetic gremlins have been alive.

    Otherwise, you’re right. No, they are not the experts. (Mind you, some of the actual experts have not exactly covered themselves in glory.) They are simply victims – and that equals neither moral nor technical superiority in any matter except your own pain.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      I dare because I have experience with firearms policy far longer than both of you pathetic gremlins have been alive.

  • Bob Brady says:

    Marta, please don’t sugar-coat it, and tell us how you really feel! 😉

  • Keith Schlotthauer says:

    Instant fan of yours MARTA. I posted your article on my facebook page. I am like you…sick of these whiny teenagers that think they are entitled to everything in life. That David Hogg is a TV whore that has little empathy for his fallen classmates unless it gets him some more airtime. I bet he already has a publicist… truly makes me sick. My daughter served 6 years in the army and her husband did 3 tours in Iraq and now has PTSD. My ex-wife’s husband did 3 tours there as well….and these little pukes are trying to tell me life is hard and they are experts?….PLEASE!

    • Marta Hernandez says:

      Keith, thanks to your entire family for their service, and thank you for your very kind words.

      I can’t deny these kids have been through a trauma, but when I hear news that they’re considering BOOK DEALS???? No, that’s repugnant!

    • Scott says:

      David Hogg has NO empathy for his fallen classmates, or anyone else… From what i know of psychology, he is a PERFECT example of a sociopath….

  • […] The newest stars emerging from the Parkland shooting are some of the students who somehow think because they were in near to mass murder, they are now experts on gun rights. This is a great read. […]

  • Mike says:

    FAntastic commentary. They need to put YOU on TV.

  • Alicia says:

    This. Every. Effing. Word. Of. THIS. I don’t care what happened to you, kid, YOU DO NOT GET TO DISARM ME.

  • Alec Rawls says:

    I was struck by the glaring lack of empathy on the part of the Hogg interviewee identified as “Alex,” who knowing that defenseless classmates had just been shot nevertheless expresses revulsion at the idea of not being defenseless. After saying how she HAD been pro-gun (until she joined up with Hogg and the rest of the junior anti-gun league I guess), she describes her take away from the day’s events:

    “…but at this point, I don’t even want to be behind a gun. I don’t want to be the person behind a bullet, because I don’t want to be the person to point a bullet at someone, and to have the bullet pointed at me, my school, my classmates, my teachers, my mentors.”

    Really? She doesn’t wish she could have had a gun? She is so fixated on anti-gun talking points that she can’t put herself in the position of the students and teachers in the halls and behind closed doors with the shooter trying to break in? Because pretty much every one of those people, if they were thinking coherently at all, would have been desperately looking and wishing for some way they fight back. They wouldn’t want to be the one’s “pointing the bullets”? Seriously?

    It is a bizarre lack of empathy. The natural empathetic thing is to think of being in the position of those who actually had to face the lethal danger, yet she imagines the opposite of what they would have been thinking.

    That is what made me originally suspect that the wrong time stated for the interview by Hogg (9.32) could have been correct: that maybe a group of anti-gun students had used the morning fire alarm (which reportedly took place during Second Period), to pretend that the alarm was an active shooter drill, or an active shooter event, and used it as an opportunity to practice spouting off anti-gun talking points.

    How else to explain the bizarre lack of empathy? As if there hadn’t just been roomfuls of students and teachers all wishing they could have had a way to fight back? And here she is pretending that the natural thing in this circumstance is to shrink from a means of defense.

    If Hogg and Alex were play-acting her words could make sense. But then she goes on to describe texting her sisters about a school shooting and then dumping on them for thinking she was spoofing them (another failure of empathy), making it seem certain that this interview really must have taken place after the actual shooting event.

    Might be worth checking the exact time of the morning fire drill, and whether the sisters really were texted and responded with LOL, but prima facie it seems Hogg must have misstated the time and Alex just must have a serious lack of empathy.

    A head stuffed with ideological talking points can do that. Doesn’t necessarily mean she is a terrible person, though she might well become one if she continues in that direction.

  • Romey says:

    I have been breathing for over 71 years. This does not make me an expert on air or lungs.

  • Matt G says:

    God bless you and Thank you for your service.

  • Keith says:

    Hear, hear!


    Great commentary!!

  • Charlotte says:

    Spot on. These kids are being used as tools to disarm law abiding Americans. There was a break down in so many areas (FBI, Broward County, and others). Let’s look at that, shall we? Oh, and while we are at it…let’s actually place blame where it belongs…ON THE SHOOTER.

    These kids are disgusting sh**s and need to just STFU and go away.

  • GWB says:

    One thing to be aware of: I think some of the vultures are hoping to provoke exactly this response. They think (because it has worked in the past) that a vicious response to these rutabagas will turn all the “regular” people toward gun control, and they’ll steal another base on liberty.

    They really do not understand that they have pushed too far, too fast, and the “regular” people are looking at responses like this with a “Wish I had said that” attitude.

    Of course, this was a particularly bad incident to use in this way, given the massive failures of gov’t. Adding the rutabagas on top of that just makes them particularly unsympathetic characters.

  • M. Roberts says:

    Thank you!

  • Billiamo says:

    Very impressive, Marta.

  • Ruffin says:

    Democrats accuse 2A supporters of being segregationists.
    Del. Freitas points out that that was the Democrats, not us.
    The Dem response is (no joke, I looked it up) that Freitas was being “racially insensitive”.

    And Freitas’ whole point was that we can’t talk seriously about this until the Dems move past just calling us mean names. So I guess that’s a “no”.

  • bud says:

    We all know about Men With No Chests.

    From the pic, this is a Kid Would ith No Jaw.

  • L Rafuse says:

    dear Marta .. go sit your ass in a classroom and listen to gunfire and screams as your fellow students are mercilessly murdered!!!! I find you to be a callous uncaring person. These kids are FINALLY doing something that adults have been too (expletive) to do, putting up a fight against an archaic bunch of men who the 2nd amendment is the be all and end all( must get a hard on when they shoot the big guns ). The NRA is just a gun lobbyist. Gun laws desperately need to change. PERIOD.

    • Scott says:

      Please L, go back on your meds. Not that Marta needs anyone to defend her, but you are an idiot! If anyone there had been armed, they would have had a chance. what you and these brainwashed , emotional kids are advocating is making all of America into unarmed, helpless victims, just like those in the school. the “do something ” crowd is pure emotion, with no rational thought involved, because doing the wrong thing (such as these proposed gun restrictions) is in fact doing something, but it will only make things worse. And as for the 2nd Amendment, PLEASE educate yourself, that document is the basis for our country, and as such is the law of the land. If you don’t like it, the Founding Fathers were smart enough (unlike you and your ilk) to put in place a means with which to change it, but just ignoring it, because it doesn’t happen to fit your uninformed world view is not an option.. so thanks for playing, no please go back to eating paint chips, and let the adults continue their conversation

    • Scott says:

      Ohh, just a couple more points, the NRA is NOT a gun lobbyist you moron, it is over 5 million individual AMERICANS (and actually, many more over the last two weeks with all this idiocy from the left) and the last point, I will agree with you, gun laws do desperately need to be changed. nearly all of them need to be repealed, as they are unconstitutional infringements on the 2nd Amendment, and make all of us less safe. Passing the “sportsmen’s heritage and recreational enhancement act” would be a good start!

    • GWB says:

      I’m going to guess that you feel more than you think, and you believe that victimhood gives someone absolute moral superiority. Yes?

      No, the Second Amendment is not the “be all, end all” of the Constitution. It is, however, one of the first ten amendments passed, important enough that almost none of the states would ratify the Constitution without them.
      As to archaic, well, that simply shows that you have swallowed the progressive koolaid that swears history is irrelevant and everything before today is some measure of worse than now. That’s a lie. The character of men has not changed. The desire to exercise power over others hasn’t changed. The need for free men to be able to defend themselves and their freedom from the usurpation of tyrants and gangs of criminals – and, yes, from random men bent on harm and destruction – has not changed, and never will.

      As to Marta (or me, or many of the others who comment here) sitting in a classroom as people are murdered… wouldn’t happen. None of us would sit in that classroom while classmates were being murdered. We would have found a way to fight back.
      Which is why we are so appalled at the idea that you and others would want to continue to disarm those best situated to guard their charges. Heck, you want to disarm all of us against those determined to harm us – through direct assault or through tyranny.

      Free humans are not supposed to be sheep. And sheep don’t get to be free.

  • jim kennedy says:

    is this guy ACTUALLY running for office??–His thinking is SO WARPED it’s embarrassing!!

  • jim kennedy says:

    is this guy ACTUALLY running for office??-His thinking is so WARPED it’s embarrassing!!

  • pohjalainen says:

    So, they were there. And they think that makes them experts.

    By that logic I am an expert when it comes to terrorist attacks because I was present when one recently happened. He had two knives, he ran right past me and I saw him knife the next woman on his way.

    No guns in sight. This happened in Europa and since he had not managed to find a black market dealer – or had not had the money to buy from one, or had not tried because he was too impatient and the knives were easy to get – there were not a single gun to be seen, not until the police got there and shot him (unfortunately the creep survived, and will be tried this spring). But two women died, and several people were wounded anyway. The weapons were a couple of kitchen knives, bought from Ikea I think.

    So my expert opinion: I would have loved to have a gun that day. I’d love to have one (at least) with me every day. But unfortunately too many of my countrymen have believed experts who think like those kids, and nobody but the police can carry here.

    There is however no guarantees that the next one or ones won’t have a gun, or guns. He/they just needs to have the money, and some local connections. Tourists claim that over the border, in Russia, some have sometimes been approached by locals black market dealers who have offered – besides other things – them weapons, including occasionally fully automatic ones (or at least claimed that they have them or could get them), even if they have not been trying to find a gun dealer. In spite of the fact that Russia has even a bit tighter gun laws than my country does. But if you really want them you can get them. There and here.

    Idiot kids. Maybe we should try to be nice, they have gone through a traumatic event. And they are of an age where most think they DO know everything. Those two might still grow up.

    Doesn’t change the fact that they are idiots. Just my opinion. But, hey, I’m an expert.

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