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Every week, I play a little game called “How Many Days Until David Hogg Shows Back Up in The News?”.  I’ve never hit double digits.

So here we are again, watching a grating and wholly irritating high school grad coast through life with the support of his unconstitutional stooges, all while riding on the backs of 16 dead classmates.  The FBI spook’s son who always wanted to be on television has now made his dreams come true, while over a dozen of his colleagues’ dreams are over.

This guy doesn’t get on my nerves solely for his political beliefs, but also for the free ride he’s created for himself as the “face” of the Stoneman Douglas atrocity.  It’s foul.  It’s uncouth.  It’s petty and it should be criminal.

Now, in order to keep the train moving, Hogg has taken to entertaining bouts of civil disobedience meant to look nice for the news cameras.  By dangling the worm of a “die-in” at Publix Supermarkets after they were outed as an NRA supporter, Hogg had the media back in the palm of his hand.

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And for his next trick, he’s going to need a volunteer.

Parkland school shooting leftist gun control activist David Hogg is targeting President Donald Trump with a proposed die-in at one of the President’s namesake hotels. Hogg is apparently emboldened by the (partial) success of his die-in protest last Friday at a Publix grocery store over its donations to pro-Second Amendment Republican politician Adam Putnam that prompted the Florida-based supermarket chain to suspend political donations. Putnam, Florida’s Commissioner of Agriculture, is running for governor this year.

Hogg has had mixed results with his anti-NRA boycott bullying campaigns. He succeeded in getting several companies to drop NRA members benefits but failed when he threatened FedEx’s stock price as FedEx rejected his demand to cancel a NRA member benefit program. Hogg also had mixed results when he led a boycott tantrum of Fox News Channel host Laura Ingraham when she tweeted about his self-proclaimed problems getting admitted to elite California universities. Several advertisers dropped their sponsorship of Ingraham but Fox News stood by Ingraham as did her audience, which according to reports grew during the controversy.

While yes, Hogg’s entire ethos is frustrating and irritating to no end, these methods of delivery are certainly going to become more vociferous as he approaches obscurity.

This means, quite simply, that this isn’t the last time we’ll wish we had an apple to stuff in the mouth of the left’s prize Hogg.


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