Everyone and their mother has now weighed in on President Donald Trump’s address on border security.
But perhaps one of the worst responses was that of David Hogg.
Hogg was recently admitted to Harvard after being turned down by a number of other schools, despite having an SAT score of 1270 out of 1600, when the bottom 25% of admitted students have an average score of 1460.
Now the SAT isn’t the only thing a college considers and they are likely factoring in his liberal advocacy against guns.
But once again he showed that that advocacy didn’t translate to greater knowledge about a subject.
Here’s his pithy offering:
A little heads up to the future Harvard student:
And what does that have to do with present laws?
Hogg has a history of ridiculous statements.
From Daily Wire:
Trump warned Iranian president Rouhani not to threaten the United States, Trump wrote, “To Iranian President Rouhani: NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE. WE ARE NO LONGER A COUNTRY THAT WILL STAND FOR YOUR DEMENTED WORDS OF VIOLENCE & DEATH. BE CAUTIOUS!”
Hogg responded by threatening the president.
He made this argument as an analogy to guns:
If we took Hogg’s analogy to its logical conclusion for gun-control activists, the picture gets pretty silly. It also illustrates the problems with gun-control arguments. Banning sharks, as many activists want for guns, would mean killing sharks or – gasp – building a wall to keep them out of our waters. Putting severe restrictions on sharks wouldn’t work either, as sharks aren’t going to listen. Maybe we could put up signs that say “Shark-Free Zone,” to keep the sharks from being around people. Maybe we could do background checks on sharks to see which ones have committed shark crimes previously and keep only them away from our shores. Maybe we could pass laws against shark attacks, and then pass more laws against shark attacks if they don’t stop.
People weighing in on his latest comments:
So why is he still here if he thinks Americans are living on “stolen land?” Why isn’t he giving his house back to Native Americans?
So why is he going to Harvard?