The media has turned the dial on their anti-gun activism up to an 11.
Journalists are exploiting the Parkland, Florida shooting to pressure Congress to disarm law abiding Americans and gut the Second Amendment.
But one survivor of the shooting stunned everyone with these jaw dropping comments about gun control.
The media’s anti-gun narrative was complicated by the bombshell revelations about the failures of the Broward County Sheriff’s office.
The armed deputy on the campus took cover outside instead of running into the school to confront the killer.
And there were over 40 calls to law enforcement made by associates of the killer – and even one by the gunman himself – and no action was taken by the Sheriff’s office.
Kyle Kashuv blasted the Broward County Sheriff for blaming guns – they accused the NRA of not standing up for the children during CNN’s town hall event – when it was his office that failed the children.
The Daily Caller reports:
“It absolutely outrages me that at the CNN town hall, we had the sheriff who was virtue signaling against the NRA and against guns when he didn’t even act properly,” Kashuv stated. “The armed officer at our school waited outside with the sheriff and his men for four minutes and let my classmates die while he stood outside and waited.”
“He didn’t do his job properly, and then he turns around and says guns are the issue when he failed to act properly.”
Kashuv stated Israel “absolutely needs to resign after what happened here.”
“He failed to act on so many different levels,” he continued “And him himself is responsible for this massive failure.”
“This could have easily been stopped both by the FBI and the sheriff’s department had they acted.”
.@KyleKashuv, Florida school shooting survivor: "On the @CNN town hall, we had the sheriff who was virtue-signaling against the @NRA and against guns when he didn't even act properly. The armed officer outside… let my classmates die when he stood outside and waited." pic.twitter.com/3ApK6wO3OU
— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 25, 2018
The media has made celebrities out of the survivors who have called for gun control.
Of course it’s their right to express their opinion, but students who disagree and support gun rights aren’t being given the same platform to express theirs.
That began to change with Kashuv’s interview.
He correctly pointed out that guns and gun laws were not the problem.
More competent law enforcement would have prevented this unspeakable tragedy.
But the media loves these events because they believe it’s their only chance to score victories in passing gun control legislation.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.