David Hogg Gets Mic SNATCHED From Hand After Telling Foreigners to Commit Felony

Pro-gun control Parkland massacre survivor David Hogg made a trip up north to Canada to attend the premiere of Michael Moore’s latest documentary, an anti-Trump bashfest, Fahrenheit 11/9.

Things went downhill from there for the teenager.

Like, very quickly.

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“I have a question for you guys: Who’s ready to save America? Who’s ready to make America the country we say it is on paper and make it the actual country that it wants to be?,” Hogg asked the Canadian crowd. “I think the most important thing to realize, however, is the problems we face as a country, whether it be water in Flint, Michigan or the amount of mass incarceration of people of color that can’t vote.”

Hogg then said Canadians can donate money to political campaigns in America. He’s wrong.

That would be a felony.

Moore, a little older and a little wiser, snatched the microphone away from Hogg’s grasp.

Nearly ten minutes later, Hogg was briefly allowed to speak again. He called out to the IRS, which he hoped was watching him speak, and asked them to investigate President Donald Trump for getting “$30 million from Russia via the NRA.”


Hogg has been on a tear as of late, as his most recent flap regarding AR-15s was met with swift backlash from people more knowledgeable than himself.

Hogg was tweeting in response to an exchange on guns between Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Judge Brett Kavanaugh during Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings before the Senate.

Here’s the scoop, via The Blaze:

“How do you reconcile what you’ve just said with the hundreds of school shootings using assault weapons that have taken place in recent history?” Feinstein asked [of Kavanaugh]. “How do you reconcile that?”

“Senator, of course the violence in schools is something we all detest and want to do something about and there’s a lots of efforts, I know underway to make schools safer,” Kavanaugh responded. “I know at my girl’s school they do a lot of things different than what they did just a few years ago, in terms of trying to harden the school and make it safer for everyone.”

Enter Hogg:

“The effective range of an AR-15 is 1600 feet for comparison your typical handgun is 75 feet if you’re shooting somebody from 1600 feet away you’re not defending yourself…,” [Hogg] tweeted, “…you’re hunting.”

“Make the 2004 Massachusetts assault weapons ban federal law,” he added.

Here’s just one reaction with multiple examples of AR-15s saving lives, from Stephen Gutowski:

Gutowski then posted a video of an AR-15 owner’s story and how it saved his life, hoping Hogg would watch and educate himself.


Amy Swearer, a legal policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation, similarly shot down Hogg’s argument.

The bottom line? Stay in school, kids.

Facts matter.

John S.
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