The Campaign of Hate Against Kyle Kashuv

The Campaign of Hate Against Kyle Kashuv

The Campaign of Hate Against Kyle Kashuv

In the wake of yesterday’s tragedy in Santa Fe, Texas, which left 10 people dead and 10 injured, the usual horde of gun grabbers immediately began its noxious dance in the blood of the innocents murdered in cold blood by a psychopath monster who stole his father’s firearms and went on a killing spree, hoping to off himself once he was done destroying lives, but not having the balls to do so in the end.

David Hogg swung into action derping his usual badly-spelled demands and condemning the NRA for an act of cowardly violence that had nothing to do with the millions of law-abiding citizens who are its members, even as news confirmed that the perpetrator stole his father’s shotgun and revolver and planted explosives a la Columbine (an event that the “assault” weapons ban that Hogg demands be passed failed to prevent).

The one Parkland student who was not doing a blood dance was Kyle Kashuv – who, in the wake of the Parkland tragedy was steadfast in his support for Americans’ constitutional rights and refused to engage in hysterical hyperbole of calling the NRA and America’s gun owners terrorists or declaring war on anyone who disagreed with him – and who challenged his classmates’ unhinged efforts to gain national attention with facts and wit.

As facts were coming out about Santa Fe High School, Kyle advocated safety efforts at America’s schools, such as metal detectors, and armed veterans able to stop a shooter, unlike the cowardly Broward deputy Scott Peterson, who was so close to retirement, he didn’t want to take the chance that he would actually get hurt before he could start receiving his fat pension check and refused to do his job and the Parkland shooter.

And that’s when the hate started.

He was accused of media whoring, although I’m sure this particular hypocrite said nothing when Hogg and his frothing followers immediately began to push their agenda of banning some of the most common rifles in America and depriving Americans of their rights.

I’m sure this creature also said nothing when the March for Our Lives whores bought themselves tickets (with Bloomberg’s money, I’m sure) to attention whore in Santa Fe under the guise of providing emotional support.

But hey, Kyle Kashuv suggests some common sense reforms to help stop the carnage, and apparently his “17 minutes” of fame are up.

Here’s another unhinged 57-year-old “professional” photographer from California Debra Farinha telling a kid young enough to be her grandson that he’s a waste of air.

And it’s not just the unhinged leftist mob that is attacking Kyle Kashuv for not toeing the tyranny line.

Last month, CNN’s Joan Walsh went on the offensive against Kyle.

Yes, this is the same CNN that reported its latest lie about school shootings that is so laughably easy to refute, one has to wonder why the hell they even bother.

The jackass Newsweek writer Kurt “Tentacle Porn” Eichenwald attacked Kyle in late March and then tried to apologize by claiming he was trying to insult ANOTHER high school kid!

Even a Canadian government official got into the game in late March by calling him a “cuckservative.”

He was harassed by school security officers for the egregious “crime” of posting a photo of himself holding a rifle after a range trip with his father – a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces – and then viciously attacked by a teacher at his own school as “the next Hitler.”

He was attacked by a “senior advisor” to Planned Parenthood after a sweet girl asked him to prom and Twitter helpfully (for once) helped him get a tux and a trip to be her date.

The hypocrisy of the left is clear.

Laura Ingraham makes an ill-advised joke about David Hogg’s inability to get accepted into college, apologizes shortly afterward, and the thin-skinned Hogg leads a crusade to destroy her, her show, and her livelihood.

Hogg leads a campaign to ruin any business or company that supports the NRA, all the white accusing the association of lawful gun owners of “threatening him.”

And the left applauds.

Kyle Kashuv responds to uninformed calls for gun control politely and with facts, and they attack and malign him.

You can’t possibly be surprised by this, but this hypocrisy is worth pointing out, and it needs to be done so every single time – even if it changes only one mind that’s on the fence.

Kyle Kashuv is strong enough to withstand these attacks, but if we don’t stand up and support him…

If we remain silent…

We would be allowing vicious attacks against this youngster to go unanswered. And what kind of people would that make us?

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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.

  • Jim says:

    Speaking of the ”next Hitler” every time I see that pouting lad Hogg saluting I feel I want to paint a little moustache under his nose and fix his hair so he has a fringe down over his left forehead. His stare at the camera makes him look ”really serious”, much like both Mussolini and AD presenting to the adoring masses.

  • Wfjag says:

    Which of Hogg’s 5 point platform would have had any effect on the Sante Fe shooting?

    In contrast, the calls for more armed security, including conceal carry permit holders, would have saved lives.

    The weakness in depending only on armed resource officers is, as in Parkland, FL, some will put their own safety first and wait outside, or, some like apparently happened in Sante Fe, TX, will be known to and targeted early by the shooter and disabled. The effect was the same. The shooter was able to commit murders for about 30 minutes until the armed police response arrived, determined the facts necessary to respond while protecting the students and staff from blue on blue casualties, and stop the shooter.

    In recent months the armed resource officer quickly stopped shooters in Kentucky, Maryland and Illinois, and they limited casualties. But, as feared, a shooter finally disabled the officer and continued killing because there was no one to stop him until the larger police response arrived. Trained CCW holders are needed in schools.

    • GWB says:

      Easiest answer is to simply get rid of the idiotic “Gun Free Zone” designation for schools. Let anyone who can legally carry, do so. End the “target rich environment”.

  • GWB says:

    As to ‘Camera’ Hogg’s 5 points:
    1) It’s not the job of the Center for Disease Control.
    2) They pretty much already exist. Making them truly “universal” (applying them to private citizen exchanges) would fundamentally transform our society into East Germany.
    3) Sure. Unless you mean they should be recording who buys weapons and which weapons. No to a firearm registry – stealth or otherwise.
    4) Hell no. Stop punishing me for what someone else is doing. (Your bad guy didn’t use high-capacity magazines, anyway.)
    5) They already are. Except you’re trying to define a simple semi-automatic rifle as a scary “assault weapon”. Stop lying to try and scare people, and I *might* engage with you.

    Even a Canadian government official got into the game in late March by calling him a “cuckservative.”
    You keep using that word……..

    And what kind of people would that make us?
    The left?
    (I know, I know, rhetorical…….)

    • Wfjag says:

      As to Hogg’s point #1: Do you think he knows that the CDC studied defensive use of firearms and found that approximately 2 million times per year Americans use firearms to protect themselves and others from criminals? The study was suppressed.

      • GWB says:

        I’m fairly confident in saying there’s a LOT he doesn’t know. Even more than he thinks he doesn’t know.

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