You’re doing it wrong: David Hogg demands $5 million donation from Smith & Wesson or else — well — he’ll think of SOMETHING

Besides, why would Hogg want to accept what he calls “blood money”?

America’s newest high profile gun control activist might not have made it into college, but he’s already at the top the left-wing activist graduating class when it comes to his GPA in Shakedown & Extortion 101:

Student gun control advocates and one of the survivors of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting are finishing a 50-mile, four-day march in Massachusetts to the headquarters of gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson.

The group is gathering outside company headquarters Sunday in Springfield.

The marchers have condemned Smith & Wesson for making the rifle used in the February mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. The group wants the company to donate $5 million to gun violence research.

The Boston Globe reported David Hogg, a Parkland shooting survivor, called the march empowering and said Massachusetts shows how commonsense gun laws work.

Suggested Smith/Wesson response: “We started writing out your check for $5 million you say would be spent on ‘gun violence research’ when it occurred to us that by blaming S&W and the NRA for every shooting your ‘research’ has already concluded. Besides, we figured you wouldn’t want to accept ‘blood money’ anyway. Good day.”

Why would Hogg want to accept what he calls “blood money” anyway?

Speaking of “common sense gun laws,” the Jacksonville shooter apparently brought his gun to a Florida gun-free zone from Maryland — Baltimore specifically — which are bastions of liberal gun control laws. But sure, blame the NRA, Smith/Wesson and Florida Republicans, and hand David Hogg a check for $5 million, which will somehow magically ensure this never happens again.

Author: Doug Powers

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