Heh: Anti-gun activist David Hogg slams unnecessary 1st Amendment restriction on law-abiding students

He makes some good points — just not the ones he thinks he’s making

I’ll hand it to this guy, he makes a lot of good points — just not the ones he thinks he’s making:

His First Amendment rights are ironclad, absolute and not subject to being infringed upon no matter what! The Second Amendment should be scrapped or at least greatly limited based on liberal lies, distortions and spin.

One more time but with feeling!

“After we come back from spring break they’re requiring us to have clear backpacks.”
[…]
“It’s unnecessary, and it’s embarrassing for a lot of the students. And it makes them feel isolated and separated from the rest of American school culture where they’re having their First Amendment rights infringed upon.”

It’s OK with him to demonize millions of law-abiding gun owners and try and make them complicit in mass murder because of an organization they belong to, but tell students they have to wear clear backpacks and you’ve crossed the constitutional line, pal!

This is about the only way I can possibly sum this all up:

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