David Hogg and his ‘inspiration’ help boil the anti-NRA movement down to its essence

In Manhattan yesterday, an activist who scaled the Statue of Liberty about a month ago had some, um, interesting things to say outside a Manhattan courthouse:

The activist who climbed the base of the Statue of Liberty on Independence Day spewed an anti-America chant during a news conference on Friday.

Therese Okoumou is facing numerous charges, including trespassing, interference with government agency functions and disorderly conduct for scaling the icon of freedom, according to the New York Post.

However, she appeared outside Manhattan federal court Friday wearing a dress that said, “I really care, why won’t u?” before beginning what she called her “song.”

“America, you motherf–kers! You drug addicts! You KKK! You fascist USA,” she shouted to her supporters.

And of course lefties clapped like trained seals:

Fast forward the tape from yesterday to today and the protest that took place at the NRA’s headquarters in Virginia, here’s gun control activist David Hogg with the same woman:

A “big inspiration”?

But don’t you dare question their loyalty to the country or its Constitution! In the end though, this is what the gun control movement is all about: Far leftists trying to force their anti-Constitution agendas into practice, and they can’t be allowed to get a foot in the door.

If people like Hogg were actually interested in helping prevent future school shootings, he’d be back in Parkland yelling at the Sheriff and school administrators instead of outside an NRA office in Virginia:

But sure, blame the NRA. Preserving the left-wing talking points obviously take precedence over saving lives.

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