David Hogg is someone that has piggybacked on the wave of a horrific tragedy and used it for a book deal.

He is a person that wasn’t even at the school where the shooting took place and he is acting like he did hand to hand combat with the shooter while everyone stood and watched like this was all some kind of kung fu movie.

He has been put on a pedestal by liberals for effectively being the one that was willing to read the cue cards,

Gotta love hypocrisy.

For months now, Americans have had to put up with anti-Second Amendment preaching from gun-grabbing Parkland activist, David Hogg.

Among other things he’s argued against the “good guy with a gun” can take out a “bad guy” with a gun, despite countless examples of the “good guy” saving people’s lives.

And Hogg has argued that no one has a right to some guns, according to his judgment.

There are actually far more guns than Hogg believes, and he’s been an indirect aid in helping with gun sales and the blossoming of NRA memberships.

But as it turns out, he has an even more direct and hypocritical connection to gun usage.

From Daily Mail: Parkland survivor David Hogg has been spotted in New York City with an entourage which is said to include armed bodyguards and publicists.

The teenager was seen in Manhattan on June 20 surrounded by a group of men and women.

He was on his way into a Barnes & Noble with his sister Lauren to promote their new book, #NeverAgain: A New Generation Draws the Line.

Eagle-eyed Twitter user Sean Di Somma shared photographs of the teenager and wrote: ‘Here’s David Hogg in NYC today with armed guards and bunch of publicists.’


So you mean the kid who argues against people’s right to defend themselves as they see fit within the law is himself surrounded by armed bodyguards? Can you say, hypocrite, David?

Sean Di Somma, who caught the action, hashtagged it #Hypocrite.

Twitter was not kind to Hogg’s hypocrisy.

From American Mirror: In his new book, which he allegedly coauthored with his sister, Hogg reveals he was a cocky jerk captain of his school’s debate team when the shooting took place in February, and not much has changed since.

“I was just so narcissistic and pretentious back then, even more than I am now,” Hogg wrote, according to the Associated Press.

Not much has changed.

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