Parkland’s Outspoken Gun Control Teen Son Of FBI Agent
The tragic mass shooting at Parkland High School in Broward County, Florida is an American tragedy. However, the media took very little time to grieve the loss of life and went into a full-blown gun control agenda. For some, the outspoken kids that were present during the shooting have become red flags. The kids who are preaching the banning of guns are largely dominating the airwaves over those kids who are calling out the media for a gun control agenda.
David Hogg, however, has become a special case for those who feel that the media might be not only highlighting kids pushing gun control narratives, but also propelling it. Hogg has become a familiar and iconic face of the Parkland school shooting tragedy. Hogg’s somewhat robotic and seemingly rehearsed responses to the tragedy during interviews are certainly not legitimate proof that he’s been coerced, however, the discovery that Hogg is the son of former FBI agent, Kevin Hogg, has certainly fanned the flames. Additionally, rumors exist that Hogg runs a never Trumper website and is a progressive activist.
The FBI, of course, is no fan of President Trump. David Hogg notoriously compared politicians who take money from the NRA to taking money from “child murderers.”
“If you can’t get elected without taking money from child murderers, why are you running?” David Hogg asked of politicians who take cash from the NRA.
He claims he’s not against the second amendment, though.
“I’m not anti-Second Amendment,” David Hogg emphasized to The Daily Beast.
When Trump called out the FBI for dropping the ball on the school shooting, Hogg’s rhetoric shifted into a more aggressive tone.
“I think it’s disgusting,” Hogg told CNN. “My father is a retired FBI agent and the FBI are some of the hardest-working individuals I’ve ever seen in my life.”
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But it was also Don Trump Jr’s liking of Tweets that seemed to imply that Hogg was merely a puppet of his dad’s disdain for Trump (which is not clarified currently) and the media’s agenda.
“This is atrocious, golf over children’s blood?!?!,” David Hogg tweeted. “What does that say about our future. You are either for or against the children and right now you’re against them. This is why we must take action because these politicians won’t.”
Those touting the potential of a conspiracy are being shamed online due Hogg’s age. However, his undeniable connection to the FBI is difficult to surmise, at the very least, that he’s of an anti-Trump mindset. The media has undoubtedly created a gun control narrative over covering legitimate news.
The media is chomping at the bit to get an AR-15 rifle ban in play, however, the road might be long. Florida’s House rejected the idea yesterday and at least 30 states would be needed to effectively ban the country’s most popular rifles.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.