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VIDEO: Parkland Victim Father Isn’t Backing Down After Telling Democrats to ‘Go To Hell’

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The father of Meadow Pollack, a victim of the February Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, FL, defended a Tweet telling Democrats to “go to hell” after backlash.

“What/who failed my daughter: •Dem policies •Dem Sheriff •Dem Super intendant •Dem school board •Dem teachers union Now Nancy Pelosi is saying that if the Dems take back the House they will take away guns to honor Parkland victims From a victims dad, go to hell Dems ,” Pollack said on Oct. 18.

In his latest video, he defended his Tweet, and did not give into the Democrat mob.

“While I was looking for my daughter, I was wearing a Trump 2020 shirt, and a reporter took a picture of me – I really was getting a picture of my daughter out there into the news, hoping that someone would know or saw my daughter” said Andrew Pollack. “At that time [the reporter] posted that picture out there, and that’s when all the hate mail started coming in on me from mostly Democrats.

Pollack described himself as apolitical until 2016, when he began to worry about the direction of the country.

“Sick, demented Democrats started writing me, attacking me for wearing a freakin’ shirt that had Trump 2020 on it when I was just finding out when my daughter was murdered,” he said.

Pollack went on to describe the leftist policies brought to Broward County by a Democrat superintendent from Chicago that allowed for Nikolas Cruz, who had committed multiple crimes, not to be arrested. The program is described as “diversionary” and meant to keep kids out of the criminal justice system. Consequently, Cruz was able to buy a rifle legally that he used to murder 17 students at the high school. Had he been arrested, he never would have been able to purchase the gun in the first place.

“When I put that Tweet out, I was just speaking the truth about what happened in Broward,” he said. “You’ve got a Democratic Sheriff, you’ve go a Democratic school board, a Democratic superintendent, a Democratic teacher’s union, and these Democratic policies put together – all of them led up to my daughter getting murdered.”

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Where Does He Stand? Arizona’s Mark Kelly Has Gone MIA On Gun Rights

He’s avoiding policy answers on guns.

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Mark Kelly, the Democratic challenger for Arizona’s Senate seat, has a respectable lead against incumbent Republican Senator Martha McSally, according to a number of polls.

McSally is viewed as an ineffective legislator by many grassroots conservatives and her campaign has been flaccid to say the least.

Given these circumstances, Democrats could end up picking up this seat in 2020. In the case that Arizona’s Senate seat flips, Arizona voters have the right to know about the full extent of Kelly’s track record.

On the issue of the Second Amendment, Kelly’s statements have been relatively vague. He talks a lot about “gun safety” but doesn’t offer much in terms of specifics. Above all, he hasn’t called for so-called “assault weapons” bans which Democrat presidential Joe Biden supports.

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There are legitimate question marks about Kelly’s legislative intentions regarding the Second Amendment. After all, he is the husband of Gabby Giffords, a former congresswoman who was victim of an assassination attempt in 2012. Since then, she helped form Giffords, one of the fastest growing civilian disarmament lobbies in the country.

Kelly’s website gives a brief overview of his gun control positions:

Mark and Gabby co-founded Giffords, one of the nation’s leading gun safety organizations that brings together families, gun owners, veterans, law enforcement, and others to advocate for stronger gun safety laws that save lives.

Mark will stand up to the gun lobby and fight to protect Arizona kids and communities from gun violence. He will keep kids and communities safer by working to pass universal background checks, to keep guns out of the hands of stalkers and domestic abusers, and reduce mass shootings and suicides by allowing families and law enforcement to ensure dangerous individuals and people in crisis don’t have access to firearms.

Arizona is one of America’s most pro-gun states. It features Constitutional Carry, the idea that any lawful individual can carry a firearm without a permit and has a strong reputation for its vast array of shooting ranges and venues where gun owners can practice sharpen their shooting skills.

The fact that Kelly has remained relatively quiet on this issue shows that he’s exercising a degree of pragmatism. Gun owners are a sleeping giant that, if awakened, could easily derail Kelly’s electoral aspirations.

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