Seventeen-year-old David Hogg is a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who survived the mass shooting carried out by Nikolas Cruz last week.
Hogg has unleashed a boycott rampage from his Twitter account targeting corporations that partner with the (NRA) National Rifle Association.
Right out of the gate, David Hogg made his media rounds pushing the gun control narrative.
Hogg is stomping his feet and becoming increasingly demanding. He now says he won’t return to school until gun legislation is passed. What’s next? A hunger strike?
David Hogg, Obey me or face my boycott wrath!
Hogg, along with other activist teens traveled to New Jersey over the weekend to attend a rally in support of comprehensive background checks and a ban on assault rifles with Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ).
The teens were demanding change now and complaining it takes too long to get bills passed.
Welcome to the real world, kiddos.
The New York Daily News reported:
“I’m not going back to school on Wednesday until one bill is passed,” Hogg said at gun control rally Sunday in New Jersey.
“Literally any legislation at this point would be a success. Considering the fact that so few legislators in Florida met with us and they want the people to forget, that’s disgusting. The fact that they want people to forget about this and elect them again as the child murderers they are, that’s unacceptable and we’re not going to let that happen.”
A gaggle of teens demanded change as their voices cracked. (Video and featured picture via New York Daily News)