Guess Who Hasn’t Received Enough Attention Lately?

| September 7, 2019


So fierce!

The little pencil neck is back, making even more sweeping and grandiose statements. Wonder who’s feeding him these lines, ’cause Davy doesn’t seem bright enough to come up with this bovine scatology all by his lonesome. Anyway, here’s the latest from a man-child who’s claim to fame was not being at the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

David Hogg: Today’s Mass Shootings Stem from America’s ‘Indigenous Mass Shootings’ and ‘White Supremacy’

By Pam Key

Friday on MSNBC’s All In, March for Our Lives co-founder David Hogg discussed what he believed was the origin of mass shootings in the United States.

Hogg said, “I think it comes down to reckoning with our history and our history of white supremacy in the United States. The fact that we live in a post-genocidal society oftentimes that was orchestrated by the United States government in that if we want to talk about mass shootings, we need to recognize the massive number of indigenous mass shootings that was conducted by the United States government. I think back to the battle of Wounded-Knee and the several hundred Native Americans, predominately men, woman, and children that were slaughtered by the United States government back in the nineteenth century. And how that is never discussed as a mass shooting. And that was wrong because those people were not armed, and we were stealing their land.”

It’s worse than I thought. I lack thebesig’s ability to slice and dice comments, but even I could parse this passive-aggressive screed. Read the rest, If you care to, if for no other reason than to read the comments, here: Breitbart

Category: Gun Grabbing Fascists, Media, Politics, SJW Idiocy

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  1. Stacy0311 says:

    “Predominantly men, woman and children…” as opposed to what?

  2. chooee lee says:

    This idiot is an example of wasted semen.

    • The Other Whitey says:

      Remember when he was bragging about his SAT score and how any college would be “lucky” to admit him? I scored over a hundred points higher than him on the same scoring scale, and universities weren’t exactly breaking down my door. It’s kinda sad how much the little shithead believes his own bullshit.

      • Hondo says:

        Yeah, a 1270 (on the 1600 point SAT scale) isn’t exactly “world class”. The average of SAT scores for the bottom 25% of his classmates at Harvard was 1460.

        Dunno if that average was before or after Hogg was admitted. If it was before, it’s a bit lower now. (smile)

        I’m thinking Hogg was a different type of Harvard “affirmative action” admission – e.g., “Well, he’s well below normal admission standards but we like his politics, so we’ll bend the rules and admit him anyway – thus excluding a more qualified candidate from the general population.”

      • rgr769 says:

        He likely believes his own bullshit because he was raised on it. Remember his daddy is an FBI agent.

  3. Helpful Medal says:

    So, I’m very anti-gun. But I’ll give gun nuts credit where credit is due: this country is fucking flooded with guns. There really isn’t any putting the genie back in the bottle at this point. Americans love their guns so much that they regularly get killed by them (suicide, their children, etc).

    Also, extra credit to AW1Ed for the blatant hypocrisy of titling his column about David Hogg’s need for attention while simultaneously providing him that attention.

    other men

    • Doc Savage says:

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    • AW1Ed says:

      Fixed that typo, HM. No charge.

    • Ret_25X says:

      “I’m very much anti-gun”

      Translation: “I’m very much anti freedom”

      Those who are against one constitutional freedom are against all constitutional freedom.

      Tell me, do you believe that all inanimate objects have free will and act under their own volition, or only firearms?

      Those scary, scary, horrible, gunzzzzz?

      I”m betting you also believe I should pay for your life decisions…

    • The Other Whitey says:

      Killed “by” guns? Man, my guns must be severely defective, because they never do anything except lie there inanimately unless I pick them up and operate them. People commit murder with all manner of items, some of which were never intended to be used as weapons. The same is true of accidental deaths. The car you drive is a far deadlier weapon than any AR or AK.

      You know what is far more dangerous than any firearm, and is also present in millions of American households? And nobody ever seems to notice despite the number of children who die? Swimming pools. Swimming pools are the one and only thing I have ever seen that boast a solid 100% mortality rate with kids. The common denominator among all of them: the kid knew how to swim. I have seen a bunch of swimming pool drownings, and every one of those kids died. Every single one. As a knowledgeable and responsible father, I will never have one at my house.

      You don’t like guns? Fine. Don’t buy one. You have neither the moral right nor the intellectual standing to deny them to anyone else.

      • Berliner says:

        My guns are nowhere close to the carnage done by Teddy Kennedy and his car.

        BTW, 5 gallon buckets are responsible for more child deaths than guns. Do we need a bucket registry now?

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          Ditto with knives, blunt instruments and screwdrivers. Come to think of it, they’ve been screeching for people to turn their knives in in [formerly} Great Britain in response to the surge in knife attacks!

    • Poetrooper says:

      Helpful Medal?

      More like Hopeless Muddle…

      • Fyrfighter says:

        Is this retard just another incarnation of the seagull? He seems to operate on about the same level.. (though he does seem to spell better). I will give him some credit though, you could make the credible argument that the country is in fact “flooded” with guns. And given the fact that over 100 million of them are privately owned, the rate of criminal misuse (or even in suicides) is infinitesimal.. but leftist kool-aide drinkers like him never let such facts get in the way of the narrative..
        A lot like hogg bitch above.. he talks about a “post genocidal society”.. seems world history is another subject he’s a complete failure at, as there isn’t a society on the face of the world that if you go back far enough (some like Turkey, multiple African nations, and most in the middle east / asia you don’t really have to go that far) that doesn’t have some form of genocide in it’s past. It’s been a state of human existence since the beginning (think Homo Sapiens vs. Neanderthal)..he really does need to crawl in a hole and die
        OOh, and he is famous for more than not being at Stoneman-Douglas during the shooting, he was also one of those that bullied the shooter prior…

        • 11B-Mailclerk says:

          Hogg Fluffer

        • Ex-PH2 says:

          Obvioiusly, the Idjit is completely uninformed. The human race has a long, long history of warfare going back at least 10,000 years and probably further, if you count tribal stuff when hunters from one tribe encountered hunters from another tribe trying to make off with their game.

          He is such an ignoramus, it almost makes me start sneezing.

        • rgr769 says:

          I am ashamed that I taught him to spell “helpful.” When he first started posting here, he spelled it “Helpfull.” This bastard is our latest troll of record. It is doubtful he ever served in the military, especially with his aversion to firearms. CIB? I think not.

    • 26Limabeans says:

      Cellphones kill. Right?
      I don’t own one but I don’t mind other cell
      nuts enjoying their use. Just as long as we
      keep them out of the wrong hands. Right?

      • rgr769 says:

        Let’s not forget the other object primary kill about 40,000 of our people every year, motor vehicles. Plus, in 2017 alone, about 40,000 overdose deaths were caused by Fentanyl produced in China. But for some reason the progtards could care less about those deaths. Oh, and to be “helpful” to our new resident “idjit,” it appears the Odessa shooter acquired his rifle from a dude who illegally built it. Just another black market transaction, sorta like every illegal drug buy that happens tens of thousands of times every day in this country. But hey, more laws will fix that.

    • ArmyATC says:

      “Regularly get killed by them?”

      Here’s some truth for you, Snookums. Last year there were approximately 36,000 deaths attributed to firearms and firearms ownership. The majority of those were suicides. Next were homicides. The rest were accidents and other such incidents.

      The last is easy enough to lower with firearms safety training. But the left doesn’t like that. A few years back the NRA wanted to institute firearms safety training in all public elementary schools. The training would teach young children to not touch guns and if they find one to tell an adult. The left lost its collective mind, accusing the NRA of trying to “brainwash” children into becoming new gun owners. So tell us, who really “cares for the children?”

      Suicides are a mental health problem, regardless of what instrument is used to commit self murder.

      Te=he last, homicide is the one that will surprise you the most. Research has shown that the vast majority of murders occur in just 127 cities nationwide. Of those 127 cities, most murders occur in 50. It’s narrowed down even further to certain neighborhoods within theose 50 cities and to the criminal behavior of people in those neighborhoods. So if you don’t live in certain neighborhoods in certain cities and aren’t involved in gangs, drugs, or other criminal endeavors, your risk of being a victim of “gun violence” is around 1%.

      Oh, yeah. Homicide, to include homicide with guns, is down by about 50% since it’s highest levels in the mid-1990s.

      So much for “regularly get killed by them.”

      As for hypocrisy, I don’t imagine AW1Ed has ever biked his way to an event just so he could get his mug on television, nor has he taken every opportunity since to keep his name and his face in the news.

  4. Mason says:

    “So, I’m very anti-gun.”

    😲🤯 I’m shocked.

    Americans also love their cars, big screen TVs, single family homes, and individual liberty. Genie ain’t going back in those bottles either.

  5. 26Limabeans says:

    Sounds like his handlers are keeping his dick wet.
    The crash and burn will be epic albeit never
    reported.

  6. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Attention whoring snowflakes gotta be attention whoring snowflakes…

    Davy, your 15 minutes of fame were up 30 minutes ago.

  7. Ex-PH2 says:

    He still doesn’t understand that he just isn’t very important to anyone but his little ol’ self.

  8. Hack Stone says:

    Have you ever seen a more punchable face?

    Was that wrong, or is only acceptable to threaten violence to conservative teenagers?

  9. 5th/77th FA says:

    pissant!

  10. Hack Stone says:

    It must suck being labelled as the bright shining young star that will save all of the world and be the media darling, only to be replaced by a 15 year old Swedish girl who will save the world from climate change. Congratulations David Hogg, you are now as relevant as Cindy Sheehan. That entitles you to an upper level ticket to the 2020 Democrat Convention.

  11. Steve Balm says:

    He’s behaving like someone that is realizing that his 15 minutes of fame has came and gone.

  12. If the Colonists didn’t have their Muskets at Concord or had them confiscated, I most likely would go to the loo to take a dump, saying call blimey love a duck and giving someone a light to smoke a fag. My pet peeve is that all the so called conservatives on fox who debate the anti 2A Splainers themselves don’t know shit about firearms and the most important thing is that they NEVER explain WHY the 2A was written. Everything they say is about one protecting themselves but nothing about protecting themselves from our own Military in case we get a Charles 11 or James 11 type tyrant in the White house. That is why we need these AR variants. If it wasn’t for the St Valentines Massacre, there wouldn’t have been the NFA unless maybe it would come down later. Before the NFA, one could go into a store and buy a BAR or Thompson Sub gun.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      I doubt that the military might ever turn on us. More likely, they’d step to our side of the line.

      • EX; I also forgot to mention that in England, Charles 11 had all firearms confiscated from his opposition as well as James 11 and his son James just like down in Venuezalia today. Who ever has the guns, has the power hence the 2A. THAT is the WHY we have the 2A. This isn’t explained when I watch these debates.

      • 11B-Mailclerk says:

        Actually, some of them would wipe their asses with both their Oath and the Constitution, in exchange for a bit of bling and maybe a promotion. Or, just to avoid losing that pension.

        If you served, you know at least one. And you probably know more than one.

        Think of some who have posted here. Would they find some way to believe an order is “lawful” if they think it is what the law should be versus actually is? Some “creative” interpretation, perhaps? Or maybe just “The politicians will sort it out. Not my pay grade.”

        Yeah. Not a comfy thought, eh?

        Eternal vigilance.

  13. I forgot to add on my above comment was that nine US presidents were members of the NRA. Eight were or are Republicans and JFK was the only Democrat. I typed Democrat because in his era, they were Democrats and not demoRats. Other thing is that around 61% of Republicans are NRA members and 36% of democrats are NRA members. This was news to me because I thought that democrats were all anti 2A. Interesting.

  14. Perry Gaskill says:

    It’s interesting how David Hogg has become a news media source despite having a thin grasp of history.

    In order to put in context the Battle of Wounded Knee, it might be useful to skip back a few years to 1876 when Custer’s battalion of 7th Cavalry was wiped out at the Little Bighorn. What prompted the Little Bighorn battle was that Lakota Sioux under Sitting Bull had been conducting raids into the Crow reservation, and the Crow had requested help from the Army.

    Fast forward to 1890 when the Lakota had been ostensibly pacified, but Sitting Bull was on the verge of joining a radical element of the Sioux who had already become part of a new Ghost Dance religion. Those who followed Ghost Dance believed all whites could be eliminated. Among other things, this would be enabled by the wearing of shirts which would make the wearer bullet-proof.

    One day in December, the Ghost Dance issue reached a critical point when a group of tribal police tried to arrest Sitting Bull and he was killed in the resulting melee. Armed followers of the Ghost Dance and others, including some involved in the Sitting Bull shooting, then fled the Sioux reservation. The 7th Cavalry was ordered to pursue, disarm, and return the renegade Lakota back to their reservation.

    On December 29th, the Lakota band had been rounded up at Wounded Knee Creek in South Dakota. An attempt to disarm the Lakota became problematic when one of the Lakota men refused to surrender his weapon, and resulted in a gunfight in which an estimated 290 of the Lakota died, including 200 women and children.

    The 7th Cavalry lost 25 KIA and 39 WIA that day. After-action reports that officers lost some control of their men are probably accurate. David Hogg’s contention that Wounded Knee was a one-sided “slaughter” of unarmed innocents is not.

    Garryowen…

  15. Duane says:

    David Hogg is living proof of what our Media and Educations systems are capable of doing to an empty mind that isn’t able to understand or view more than one opinion. The ability to Look, Listen and Learn was totally shut down on him, and his ongoing media coverage only proves it more and more.

  16. Berliner says:

    Lots of stolen guns in Chicago and a lot of anti-gun laws. Couple years ago a boxcar on a siding in the crime ridden area (south & west of downtown) gave up 111 Ruger weapons. No background check required, only a bolt cutter. Not an isolated incident but a recurring crime in the train yards.

    Chicago 2019 homicides to date: 353*
    Chicago 2019 shootings to date: 1919*
    *as of 8:19 am September 7, 2019

    But never fear the (D) leadership for Cook County has a plan:

    Lower bond amounts for armed crimes.
    Yeah, lower consequences and that will teach them!!!

  17. RetiredDevilDoc8404 says:

    Gag, Hoggboi! The most punchworthy face on the planet. Anyone else in the Boston area fancy a raid on Havahd yard, we’ll snatch up the swirlie king and reintroduce him to his school days past – a couple of royal flushes in the throne and stuff him in a locker… Seriously though this dim bulb needs a history class, someone to teach him how to properly do research and a beatin'(sorry can’t get past the punchworthy face).