The left-wing media has made heroes out of the anti-gun students from Parkland, Florida.
These students parade themselves in front TV cameras and rallies and spew anti-gun talking points.
But the Navy Seal who killed Osama bin Laden shut down the gun grabbing students with this tweet.
On March 24th, David Hogg, Emma Gonzalez, and other anti-gun students from Parkland, Florida headlined the March for Our Lives.
The rally was a disappointment and drew a much smaller crowd than was anticipated.
Speaker after speaker demanded new gun control which would include certain gun bans.
Some attendees at the rally want to go even further and called for complete gun bans.
But Americans who support the Second Amendment are tired of being lectured to by teenagers who don’t know what they are talking about in terms of firearms.
So Navy Seal Robert J. O’Neill – who was a member of Seal Team Six and killed Osama bin Laden in 2011 by firing multiple rounds into the Al Qaeda leader’s head – mocked the anti-gun students for presenting themselves as such experts on the topic.
It’s really entertaining to listen to kids who know nothing about guns tell sensible gun-owners how many rounds they need to protect their families.
— Robert J. O'Neill (@mchooyah) March 26, 2018
O’Neill’s tweet summed up the feelings of millions of Americans.
No one is questioning the students grief or right to their opinions.
But what pro-Second Amendment Americans are sick of is the media promoting children as policy experts and then questioning their humanity if they disagree with them.
The scenes from the March for Our Lives were disturbing.
One of the Parkland students had a communist Cuban flag patched on her jacket.
That regime is able to murder and tortures its citizens because the Castro government confiscated firearms.
Other signs attacked pro-gun Americans as child murderers.
One rally attendee had a sign attacking Marco Rubio’s Catholic faith, and David Hogg gave a speech suggesting Rubio had a monetary price he was willing to accept in exchange for dead children.
That’s why so many Americans cheered O’Neill’s tweet.
Do you feel the same?
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