Victims are speaking out after America witnessed 17 murders in a horrific Florida school shooting. A young male with a troubled history avoided red flags and was able to purchase a gun in Florida, then proceed to shoot up a school in Parkview. Florida authorities and the FBI had plenty of chances to intervene, but the warning signs and red flags went ignored. The FBI was tipped off, police were called about him many times, teachers gave warnings, the guy said he would be a school shooter, and there was what seemed to be a million red flags that went ignored, and that’s why he was able to commit his selfless act of mass murder. Some of the victims and survivors of the school shooting that happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are finally speaking out, and some of them are refusing to meet with President Trump.
President Donald Trump is expected to visit Florida to meet with survivors and victims from the Parkland area school shooting to console them and discuss whatever is on their minds. Two students have stated that they refuse to meet with the President, proving once again that liberalism is the opposite of being progressive. The students who refuse to meet the President and openly discuss their concerns is the exact reason why progress will be slow or nonexistent for some things. Refusal to openly converse does not accomplish anything.
President Trump will take something away from them. He takes away their chance to have an open discussion that may have been the reason that more gun control laws were put in place to help prevent the wrong people from getting weapons. If the students want to act like the kids that they are, then Trump takes away their chance to make progress. Now their anti-gun narrative is thrown in the trash, and these two kids just stopped or slowed any chance of improvement with the next step in protecting Americans.
If you look closely, you’ll see the students also resemble future protesters. Sad.
“Two students who survived the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, last week said they are skipping an upcoming “listening session” with President Donald Trump.
“I believe we’ve been invited, but neither of us are going,” Emma Gonzalez said on CNN’s “New Day” alongside fellow survivor David Hogg.
The president’s visit comes just days after 19-year-old gunman Nikolas Cruz opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, killing 17 people and injuring more than a dozen others. Trump will meet with students Wednesday, according to the Associated Press.
Gonzalez said they have a prior town hall meeting with CNN anchor Jake Tapper, Shareblue reported, but skipping the session is likely a result of their pro-gun control perspectives.
When host Alisyn Camerota asked Gonzalez about the National Rifle Association, she said the pro-gun lobbying group should “disband, dismantle … don’t make another organization under a different name. Don’t you dare come back here.”
There’s a slight problem in this interview with Emma and David. The problem is that CNN interviewed them and there’s a very high chance that the students were told what to say. Most kids this age aren’t talking about politics, gun control, nor do they have any interest in any of these topics that tend to be more popular among adults. It’s with my firm belief that the two students are either guided by hardcore leftist liberals or CNN has pushed a narrative upon them. Maybe CNN’s employees said to the kids “hey do you want to be on TV? OK, great! Here’s what you have to say” as they pushed a scripted barrel of nonsense upon the kids who will almost always do anything to be on TV. Kids do anything for attention today, more so than they ever did.
If the kids aren’t shooting up schools, then they’re eating Tide Pods and sitting on their smartphone for 20 hours per day. Today’s generation has lost almost all touch with the personal connection. Kids don’t even know what their friends sound like on the phone anymore. Everyone is just another profile on the screen, some text messages, and anything for likes.
While these kids are yapping about their fake obsession with gun control, there are real people in the world working to make it a better place for everyone.
President Trump will discuss matters with people who are intelligent enough to sit in a room with him and trade ideas that help make America great. Let’s not forget folks, securing America is an adult’s job and the politicians need to get it done. We’re not going to take advice from a know-nothing teenager anyway.
While people were complaining about Trump, he was busy visiting victims and first responders.
Think twice before criticizing Trump and his dedication to Americans.