Harvard Student David Hogg Credits ‘Black, Brown and Indigenous LGBTQ Women’ for Starting Anti-Gun Movement ‘Centuries Ago’
Gun-grabbing college student David Hogg, who was given unearned admission to Harvard University based on his extreme left-wing political views, wrote a baffling tweet on Sunday about the history of the gun control movement.
Hogg credited “black, brown and indigenous lgbtq women and non binary people” for starting the gun control movement “centuries ago” while claiming there was some sort of a conspiracy to keep them out of the history books.
This is a tweet for for the founders of the gun violence prevention movement started centuries ago by almost entirely black, brown and indigenous lgbtq women and non binary people that never got on the news or in most history books.
We may not know all your names but thank you.
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) January 27, 2020
Twitter users immediately started taking Hogg to task for his virtue-signalling comments that even had some liberals rolling their eyes.
How many centuries are we talking about here?
— Regs (@r3gulations) January 27, 2020
Shoutout to all of the half-Tibetan, half-Somali, half-Ecuadorian, 1/1024th-Cherokee, pan sexual, eyelidless, half-giant, half-dwarf, androgynous, spotted and striped, handicapable early feminist/climate activists that carved the Rocky Mountains! Great work ze/zir/zirs!
— Grandpa Joe Was a Bum (@EvanWaldroup) January 27, 2020
It's a national embarrassment that ABC News or the New York Times never even interviewed those Native American lesbians when they were fighting for musket control in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Criminal, even.
— Shaner (@shaner5000) January 27, 2020
That random-woke-words tweet generator seems pretty cool, honestly.
— Noam™ (@noam3127) January 27, 2020
Hogg is desperate to keep his following after his 15 minutes of fame came to an end following the Parkland massacre of 2018. Hogg infamously used the bodies of his alleged high school classmates to bolster his media star and wage war against the Bill of Rights.
He has frequently shown psychopathic tendencies, even reveling in the division and hatred that was overtaking America after mass shootings in Dayton, OH and El Paso, TX last summer.
They’re getting scared now, I like this.
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) August 4, 2019
Hogg has frequently used his foul mouth to dehumanize his political opponents with incendiary rhetoric that rarely comes close to making a coherent point.
“We have to develop this courage when our political leaders refuse to have it,” Hogg said. “When politicians say now is not the time to talk about this, they’re right. The time to talk about this was decades and centuries ago when we should have ended the violence.”
“The pathetic f***ers that want to keep killing our children, they could have blood from children splattered all over their faces and they wouldn’t take action because they all still see those dollar signs,” Hogg said of his opponents in the Republican Party.
“At this point its like when your old-a** parent is like, ‘I don’t know how to send an iMessage’ and you’re like, ‘Ok give me the f***ing phone’ and you take it and you get it done in one second. Sadly, that’s what we have to do with our government because our parents don’t know how to use a f***ing democracy so we have to do it,” Hogg added – showing how little he respects his elders.
Although Hogg’s 15 minutes of fame are largely over and the frail teenager is seen mainly as a punch line these days, the agenda that pushed Hogg to national prominence is far from dead. The gun grabbers are on the march, and the tyrants are infringing upon the 2nd Amendment like never before.