The media has exploited the shooting in Parkland, Florida by devoting hours of airtime to students who survived the horrific tragedy.
They have called for more gun control and banning so-called “assault” weapons.
But there is one secret the media is hiding from the American people.
Not all the students who survived the horrible tragedy support gun control.
But the pro-Second Amendment students are not given airtime on CNN or MSNBC.
Kyle Kashuv is a Marjory Stoneman Douglas student who escaped the deranged gunman’s act of madness.
But he has challenged the anti-gun and anti-Trump message of classmates.
Hanging up on @POTUS @realDonaldTrump, the man who controls the Executive, is counterproductive to pushing change. Even if you do not like President Trump, one should not disrespect the office that has sat 44 past American Patriots. https://t.co/K1v8gKaM0n
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) March 4, 2018
His message is that the rights of law abiding gun owners should not be infringed upon because one madman committed a horrific act.
He told Guy Benson of Townhall.com:
“I’m a very strong Second Amendment supporter and I will continue to be throughout this entire campaign.” he tells me. “As of right now, my main goal is to meet with legislators and represent to them that there are big Second Amendment supporters in our community. Through this entire thing, my number one concern has been making sure that the rights of innocent Americans aren’t infringed upon.” He says that when he visited the state capitol to talk to lawmakers shortly after the tragedy, he consistently asked for guarantees that the constitutional rights of law-abiding gun owners wouldn’t be attacked or abridged. He’s waded into this debate “kind of reluctantly,” he admits, observing that at some point he realized that he was one of the few conservatives in his school who were speaking up in public. “It’s not even by my choosing, it’s just come to that,” he remarks. “I feel somewhat obligated to do this because the other half of America needs to be heard. I’m doing this because I have to.”
The media loves mass shootings because it gives them their only opportunity to push gun control.
And the survivors of the horrible events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas gave them sympathetic victims who could be used as emotional blackmail.
Anti-gun students were given prominent TV time because the media wanted everyone to believe every student was anti-gun and that anyone who disagreed with more gun control was heartless.
But Kashuv proves that is not the case.
And it also explains why he’s been given a press blackout by the so-called “mainstream” media.