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David Hogg Forgot His White Privilege When He Whined About Clear Backpacks

Cool it with the “white privilege” David Hogg.



Virtue signaler extraordinaire David Hogg, went on to whine about having to wear clear backpacks, and carry IDs at his high school following the Valentines day shooting that left 17 dead. When speaking to Axios, Hogg stated that the policy is a violation of student’s First Amendment rights, and that it “makes them feel isolated from the rest of American school culture.”

First off, white privilege doesn’t actually exist. But if you were going to look through the eyes of someone like David Hogg, who argues that it does, this is a case where an argument could easily be made.

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To Hogg, having security measures like clear backpacks may be something that he doesn’t understand based on his culture growing up in a higher than average income, white community like Parkland, Florida. But to students in lower income, higher minority populations, these security measures are the norm.

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There is no data that could be found on compulsory clear backpacks in High Schools, but based on what could be found on the internet, more extreme school security measures like the ones being implemented at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are much more common in low-income areas.

There wasn’t much to find online, but there were a number of articles showing this policy in areas like Chicago, where gun violence is rampant compared to the rest of the country.

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National Foundation for Gun Rights Pitched in $50K for Kyle Rittenhouse’s Legal Defense

They’re stepping up to the plate.



The National Foundation for Gun Rights (NFGR) announced on September 17, 2020 that they are providing $50,000 of aid to Kyle Rittenhouse, who is facing various criminal charges after he defended himself and business owners from leftist agitators in Kenosha, Wisconsin.


 “I spoke with Kyle’s mother this morning to let her know NFGR received over a thousand donations amounting to over $50,000 from folks who support her son,” declared Dudley Brown, Executive Director of the National Foundation for Gun Rights.


Rittenhouse’s mother was thankful about receiving the donation. She stated, “No words can describe what we’re going through. Thank you so much – and I know Kyle and the rest of the family would say thank you too.”

NFGR’s funds will go towards the Kyle Rittenhouse trust fund that is being operated by his attorney, John Pierce. The funds will only be used according to the desires of Kyle Rittenhouse’s mother.

 “We want Kyle to have the best defense possible,” remarked Brown. “If he were getting a fair shake from prosecutors, he would be home with his family right now instead of spending weeks in a jail without bail.”


According to video footage taken on the night of August 25th, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was fleeing an armed mob who were screaming, “Beat him up!” and “Get that dude!”


 “The left is doing everything in their power to portray a 17-year-old kid as the villain,” stated Brown. “We believe Kyle acted legally and defended himself from a dangerous group of armed thugs whose clear intent was to cause permanent harm.”  


The National Foundation for Gun Rights plans on continuing to back the Rittenhouse family until Kyle is able to receive justice for simply exercising his sacred right to self-defense.


NFGR is the legal arm of the National Association for Gun Rights. Since its founding in 2000, NAGR has been one of the leading no compromise, Second Amendment organizations in the country.


Unlike most organizations, they’re willing to fight all unconstitutional gun control legislation at the federal and state level. Second Amendment supporters can donate to NAGR and NFGR at the links below:

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