David Hogg Tells Students to Boycott Florida For Spring Break – ‘Go to Puerto Rico Instead’

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.

David Hogg has launched a boycott rampage from his Twitter account and the social media giant is protecting his activism by banning anyone who harasses questions him.

In addition to calling for a boycott of any corporation partnered with the NRA, Hogg called on college students to boycott Florida for Spring Break.

That’s right, punish the waiters, bartenders and other people in hospitality because the FBI and Broward County Sheriff failed to protect the students.


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Hogg told college students to boycott Florida as a spring break destination unless gun legislation is passed.

A seventeen-year-old high school student who has most likely never paid a bill or a tax in his life is attacking people who make minimum wage plus tips to support their families.

Where should the college students go instead? Hogg told the college co-eds to go to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

“Puerto Rico could really use the economic support that the government has failed to provide”, says the all knowing, almighty Hogg.

Puerto Rico does state they are open for tourism.

According to TravelAgentCentral.com, as of December of 2017, approximately 75% of hotels are open for business after Hurricane Maria ravaged the territory in September.

According to Status PR, approximately 85% of the electricity in Puerto Rico has been restored.

While it is definitely good news that electricity has been restored to the majority of the people in Puerto Rico, the island is still rebuilding its infrastructure and residents are still relying on emergency food and water from FEMA.

Can Puerto Rico handle thousands of college students pouring in for a week of drunken debauchery? Perhaps.

Is it a good idea to party without abandon whilst the island is still fragile and recovering from the hurricane devastation which left hundreds dead? 17-year-old Hogg seems to think so.

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