Celebrity School Shooting Survivor and NRA Boycott Leader David Hogg Warns: Sell FedEx Stock!

David Hogg, one of the survivors of the Parkland, Florida high school mass shooting on February 14 that killed seventeen students and faculty, is waging war on FedEx, threatening to tank the company’s stock value over ties to the NRA.

David Hogg, Obey me or face my boycott wrath!

Hogg and his group of fellow Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School activists have quickly become celebrities who are, in the words of one commenter, “trying to run the country like their parents allow them to run their homes.”

The NRA has become the target of the wrath of the student activists, calling the group of five million law-abiding gun owners “child murderers” and accusing elected officials who accept donations from the NRA of having the blood of children on their hands.

The students, backed by the usual collection of liberal activists, have pressured companies to stop offering discounts to NRA members. FedEx is one of the few major companies to not cave to the student bullies.

Hogg posted a warning on Monday to FedEx stockholders, “Sell FedEx stock! If they wanna stick with NRA we’ll stick with @usps or @UPS”

Hogg retweeted a tweet with this anti-NRA graphic posted by an anti-Trump ‘resistance’ activist.

As TGP’s Cristina Laila reported, Hogg is on a boycott rampage. Among many targets of his wrath, Hogg is trying to ruin the tourism industry in his current home state of Florida if the state does not obey him.

Hogg was in New York City and New Jersey on Sunday appearing on ABC and CNN (alongside Dan Rather!) and making a speech–just ten days out from the massacre.

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