Poison Ivy League student and mind-numbingly annoying March For Our Lives co-founder David Hogg joined a livestream on “the youth vote” conducted by The Washington Post in true propagandistic fashion with no journalistic pushback on anything Hogg or March For Our Lives Executive Director Alexis Confer had to say.
The whole segment was basically a Washington Post-sponsored commercial for March For Our Lives and the left.
I’m not going to spend much time on the totality of what Hogg had to say during the Tuesday livestream, but he did say one thing in particular that might raise some eyebrows and make people continue to question the validity of Hogg's admittance to Harvard University.
After running down the National Rifle Association (NRA) for the 1,427,398th time, Hogg made a declarative statement that might not age well depending on how you look at it.
“March For Our Lives and young people especially are going to outlive the NRA,” Hogg said.
Here’s video of Hogg’s comments in full context, with additional comments by Confer:
According to the NRA’s website, “America’s preeminent gun rights organization” is “made up of nearly five million members.”