Parkland Students On TIME 100 Most Influential People List. Obama Swoons. [VIDEO]

Parkland Students On TIME 100 Most Influential People List. Obama Swoons. [VIDEO]

Parkland Students On TIME 100 Most Influential People List. Obama Swoons. [VIDEO]

They’re baaaack.

Just when you thought that the proverbial fifteen minutes were up for David Hogg and Company, TIME put them back into the spotlight, as the magazine just put the gun control kids on its annual “100 Most Influential People of 2018” list.

Moreover, Barack Obama was there to help. He wrote a fawning paean for TIME, saying that “the Parkland kids are shaking us out of our complacency.” Even more miraculous, they do so while being mere children!

The Parkland, Fla., students don’t have the kind of lobbyists or big budgets for attack ads that their opponents do. Most of them can’t even vote yet.

Oh, stop. And if you believe that, I have this bridge for sale.

Who’s been slobbering all over these kids? Why, leftwing groups and the media, for starters. Who gave Hogg and Crew the platform on CNN? Who helped organize the March for Our Lives? On top of that, how about all those celebrities who marched with these kids?

Oh, but guess whom TIME completely left off of its list? Kyle Kashuv, of course.

However, Kashuv did not let TIME’s snub or Obama’s slobberfest go unnoticed.

He also added:

Well, that’s different, of course.

Kashuv, however, has been the only Parkland student survivor to actually meet with legislators to develop policy to make schools safer. Compare that, if you will, with the antics of fellow student David Hogg, who thinks it’s cool to hang up on the White House, and calls those who don’t agree with him “f***ers.”

But, never mind such sophomoric shenanigans. They’re on the right side of history, don’t you know. Gotta keep that agenda moving forward. Looks like these kids won’t be going away after all.

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  • Scott says:

    Gotta love Kyle, not afraid to speak the truth, and actually work to fix the problem.. as for the others, that bald dude in the right front, and the chick in the back center of that pic are UUUUGGGLY!

  • Romey says:

    Is there anyone who is surprised by this? Totally predictable, next is Nobel Prize, perhaps a Pulitzer.

  • GWB says:

    Wouldn’t “influential” require that they actually had influenced people to agree with their message?
    Oh wait, they had 0bama write the piece, so they’re going for the same sort of influential as “Greatest firearms salesman of the 21st century!” I get it now……..

  • vanderleun says:

    Time Magazine is meaningless. The 100 persists out of sheer attention hogging momentum. It no longer has any real reach. Burn it and th e staff in a brass bull. Soon.

  • Raphael says:

    Okay Kiddies……pout for the camera! Click!

  • Doug Purdie says:

    There two kinds of people. Those who agreed with the kids before the Parkland shooting and those who didn’t. Nobody has changed their mind since, so just who did these kids influence? Right. Nobody.

  • For a pencil-necked attention whore, Hogg trying for a tough-guy stare-down is astonishingly silly.

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