David Hogg, a Parkland school shooting survivor, was kicked out of a House Judiciary Committee hearing on possibly banning assault weapons when he stood up and criticised Republican lawmakers for not taking action on Wednesday, July 20. The 22-year-old March for Our Lives founder was kicked out as he yelled at the politicians for failing to take action against gun lobbyists.
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The pistols in Parkland, Buffalo, and El Paso came not from Mexico. They came from the United States, and the shooters were inspired by racist, anti-black, anti-immigrant, and GOP talking points.
Hogg addressed the motivations behind many mass shootings, before revealing that many of the firearms used in mass shootings are legally obtained. They arent coming from Mexico, they arent from Mexico. You are perpetuating violence, sir.
Hogg cited shootings throughout the United States and dismissed claims that the firearms came from Mexico. They came from the United States, according to the shooters, who were inspired by racist, anti-black, anti-immigrant speeches.
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Hogg shared a video of a guy attempting to deceive him into a post about gun control laws. He then played music in order to get the video removed from the internet. The difference between us and them is they were just young people fighting for our right to live. Theyre defending their weapons of war and their bank [accounts].
Hogg was one of the survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida in 2018. He has become a prominent figure in the years since the shooting. He has shared many articles about gun reform. Along with the videos, he shared additional information about March For Our Lives.
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