Kyle Kashuv, the conservative student who survived February’s mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, crushed New York City’s far-left Mayor Bill de Blasio in this tweet.
Since the incident at Parkland, which left 17 people dead, the phrase “thoughts and prayers” was condemned by the progressive left as a cop-out for avoiding any discussion about gun control. Now, Kashuv is shown here asking one of the most anti-gun mayors in the entire country to be consistent at the very least.
As you can probably tell in the retweet, de Blasio’s statement referenced an incident in Toronto where people were murdered — this time with a vehicle instead of a firearm. Naturally, instead of blaming the weapon (in this case a van), the leftist mayor decided that “thoughts and prayers” would suffice since there really isn’t a political agenda to be pushed from any of this.
Kashuv is obviously not asking for a ban on cars — but he is taking the left to task on one of their favorite talking points.
It’s refreshing that David Hogg is now not the only Parkland shooting survivor we get to hear from. Believe it or not, victims of a tragedy can in fact have different perspectives.
~ Facts Not Memes