Monday, February 19, 2018

Democrat Party is Back Organizing “Grassroots” Gun-Grabber Marches and Walkouts All over the Country Among Lefty Student and Teacher Activists, with MSM Support


Emma Gonzalez

‘Listen to the children’: Hysterical rant by Parkland High student Emma Gonzalez is being promoted by all of the leftwing MSM. “He wouldn’t have harmed as many students with a knife!”... "To every politican that is taking donations from the NRA, shame on you!"
“Excerpt from CNN. Parkland Fl Student Emma Gonzales challenges Trump and congress to stop taking money from the NRA. Emma thanks for the prayers but they won't do anything to get AR-15s off the market. NJ.ORG supports responsible gun ownership.”

While less hysterical, equally brain-dead young Parkland High DPUSA activist and Parkland High student, Cameron Kasky, fantasizes that if the government seizes every law-abiding citizen’s private firearms, no more students will be shot. “My message to the people in office is you're either with us or against us.” Well, I’m against them, and so are hundreds of millions of other liberty-loving Americans.

After insisting that this is not partisan, Kasky gives himself away:

“This isn’t about the GOP, this isn’t about the Democrats. This is about us creating a badge of shame for any politicians who are accepting money from the NRA, and using us as collateral.”

By Nicholas Stix

USA TODAY is a rabidly Democrat outfit like its corporate home, Gannett. Gannett is so vicious, in its hatred of law-abiding gun owners, that in 2012, its Westchester, N.Y, Journal News paper sued to get a list of all legal, suburban gun owners in Westchester, and published their names and addresses.

Gannett was seeking to provoke violence, and possibly even murder against law-abiding gun owners. Its employees and bosses care not a whit about reducing violence. On the contrary; they support violent criminals.

The coordinated attacks on the NRA have the DPUSA’s fingerprints all over them. Every speaker stays on message, whether it’s a high school student, or 79-year-old Diane Ravitch. Whom do they think they’re kidding, with their talk of this not being a partisan matter?

Too soon to talk about guns? Here's a time, school shooting survivors say: March 24
By John Bacon
Published 2:18 p.m. ET Feb. 18, 2018 | Updated 4:25 p.m. ET Feb. 18, 2018


“‘Organize sit-ins, teach-ins, walkouts, marches,’ Diane Ravitch urged. ‘It's time to let our legislators know that they must stand up to the gun lobby.’”

[Poor Diane Ravitch. She started out as a Rooseveltian liberal education historian, and was for many years the scourge of the Marxist teacher ed establishment. Neo-conservatism became the default position for her and other Rooseveltian liberals.

But then she hit her seventies (she’s hitting 80 on July 1st), realized that the clock was running out on her, and started obituary shopping. Since the people who would be writing her obits were mostly Marxists, getting a nice sendoff required that Ravitch reverse her positions. She started writing rants attacking her erstwhile neocon allies.

“The gun lobby” is standard DPUSA boilerplate, and Ravitch never had anything to do with gun politics, in the first place! She has thrown all scruples over board.]

"‘Politicians are telling us that now is not the time to talk about guns. March For Our Lives believes the time is now," the group said in a statement announcing the march. "Not one more — we cannot allow one more child to be shot at school."…

[No policy in the world will achieve that goal. Thus, anyone demanding it is either an imbecile, or a deceiver. I put my money on deceiver. Note, too, the deceptive language: None of the victims was a “child.” They were teenagers, and one adult.]

“The March For Our Lives goes beyond the Parkland massacre, organizers say. The group says it was inspired, created and led by students across the nation who refuse to risk more lives by going to school while adults fail to take action.

[“Reporter” John Bacon simply takes them at their word. When was the last time that a leftwing movement touting itself as grassroots in this county turned out to be anything but Democrat astroturfing? Remember the There is a long history of this, especially regarding gun-grabbers. Bacon can’t possibly be as dumb as he sounds.

Back in 2000, Donna Dees-Thomases organized the Million Mom March against guns. More like the Thousand Mom March. Anyway, Dees-Thomases was presented as an ordinary mom leading a grassroots movement, when in fact she was a hotshot, well-connected PR pro, who got millions of dollars in corporate back, and the sister-in-law of Hillary Clinton consigliere, Susan Thomases. And the Clintons were still in the White House.

“But such baby steps aren't enough for Dees-Thomases, 42, a housewife and mother of two young children from Short Hills, N.J., who is trying to turn her outrage over gun violence into a national movement. If each of us has a tipping point for tragedy, Dees-Thomases' happened last August, as she watched TV coverage of nursery-school children holding hands in a line and being led away from a shooting spree at the North Valley Jewish Community Center in Granada Hills, Calif. ‘I just thought, “Those children could be my own!"’ she says. ‘So I decided to try and do something before it was too late.’ Dees-Thomases scrawled her plans for a march on Washington on the back of an envelope. Within a week, she had reserved the Mall for an event she didn't yet have any participants for. Classified ads in local papers advertised an 800 number, and contacts with gun-violence victims' groups across the country helped disseminate the word through e-mail and Internet news groups.”]

“Among the group's leaders is Cameron Kasky, an 11th-grader at the Parkland school. Kasky had gone to pick up his brother from his special-needs classroom Wednesday when the fire alarm went off. They went outside but were told to hustle back into the classroom. Unsure what was going on, they waited for an hour before a SWAT team ushered them to safety. But many of their teachers and fellow students were not so fortunate.”

“‘People are saying that it’s not time to talk about gun control. And we can respect that,’ Kasky told ABC's This Week. ‘Here’s a time: March 24th in every single city. We are going to be marching together as students begging for our lives.’”

[Garbage. I haven’t heard anyone say that. People who support liberty and oppose tyranny will tell you that it’s never time to talk about gun control, but they’re also not afraid of countering the gun-grabbers’ lies.]

“The group wants the safety and lives of students to become a priority. They demand a comprehensive bill be immediately brought before Congress to address gun control, the statement says.”

[Bacon is really hamming it up here. “The group wants the safety and lives of students to become a priority.” So, anyone who opposes them doesn’t care about students? That’s pathetic. The DPUSA always has to short circuit debate, and John Bacon unwittingly telegraphed his leftwing politics.]

“‘School safety is not a political issue,’ the group says. [It sure as heck is to them!] ‘There cannot be two sides to doing everything in our power to ensure the lives and futures of children who are at risk of dying when they should be learning, playing and growing.

“The group says students shouldn't go to school wondering every day whether it might be their last.

“‘Change is coming. And it starts now, inspired by and led by the kids who are our hope for the future,’ the statement says. ‘Their young voices will be heard. Stand with us on March 24. Refuse to allow one more needless death.”

[Every major social policy causes deaths. Whenever someone says he supports a policy, “if it would save one life,” he’s lying through his teeth. Indeed, in addition to being a lie, the variations on saving a single life are among the dumbest statements in wide circulation. When it comes to safety, it’s all about the net gain. But this country was founded based not on safety, anyway, but on liberty.]


Anonymous said...

I believe that a sex offender type list for mentally diseased individuals is a possible idea.Individuals who had problems in the military,have been diagnosed with schizophrenia,for example,that need medication to control the illness,should NOT have access to a gun.Those on meds tend to occasionally like to go OFF the meds and that's when trouble starts.Though mental disease is not a crime,it IS a condition--just as you would not give a drivers license to a blind person,a person diagnosed as having violent mood swings should be disallowed from legal gun ownership.
Might be a way to start to fix the problem of who has the right to have a gun.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

President's Day.
In my area,kids went to school on President's Day,today.I'm fairly sure,on MLK day--they did not.
President's Day
What little I saw on various networks(mostly MSNBC,which I took in small doses,as prescribed by my doctor)was Joy Reid ripping Trump,Katy Tur,with a sneer on her face,calling Trump a "liar."Other,similar attacks by other guests and anchors--with fangs showing and venom dripping.
Presidents Day
David Gergen,who must have flipped his previously objective wig(at least I thought he was objective,15 years ago),now says,"Trump is moving toward an authoritatian presidency."
President's Day
Lebron James and Kevin Durant insulting Trump,then going after a white female reporter(Ingraham) with racist accusations,for defending Trump.
Presidents Day
Students (organized by who?Which liberal groups?)protest at the White House,promise more.Obviously influenced by the "beyond the stratosphere far left media",teens are going to be the unwitting pawns of Soros and company in this round of Antifa vs Trump.To be sure,youth is replete with idealistic thoughts of changing the world.Lesson one is coming for most of them.The lesson is,they will be used and then ignored.
Happy President's Day.
Not what it used to be.
--GR Anonymous

Chicago guy said...

They were marching in the middle of a Chicago downtown street Sunday, stopping traffic. If they were so concerned about lawfulness they'd have stayed on the sidewalk. The usual suspects are just seizing upon a seemingly legitimate concern to further their program of chaos. The issue is just a front for them.

Anonymous said...

The proper counter here is to tie the left and the Democrats in with the opioid crises, and justly so. Those who refuse to support the wall, who refuse to support cracking down hard on illegals are supporting chemical warfare from a hostile state that kills far more Americans than rifles do. Cracking down hard on the Mexican drug trade wouldn't stop all the deaths but it would stop far more than an assault rifle ban.

Anonymous said...

George Clooney donates $500,000 to the Students against Guns groups.N.S,,are you on the Clooney benefactor's list?(kidding).
You can be sure Soros is involved with this protest "movement".DeGeneres and the rest of white Hollywood libs...probably.Blacks?Not so much on this,it appears.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

FEBRUARY 20, 2018, 3:34 PM

On their first full day lobbying Florida lawmakers in Tallahassee to change the state's gun laws, students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School quickly learned change does not happen very fast in government, if at all.

With Douglas students in the gallery Tuesday, the Florida House voted down a motion to take up a ban on assault weapons such as the AR-15 used by Nikolas Cruz when he killed 17 people at the school on Valentine's Day.

The final motion vote was 36-71.

Democratic Rep. Kionne McGhee asked for a procedural move that would have allowed it to consider the bill to ban assault rifles and large capacity magazines. The bill had been assigned to three committees but was not scheduled for a hearing. The committees won't meet again before the legislative session ends March 9.

McGhee said that means the bill would be dead unless the House voted to remove it from the committees and let it be considered by the full House.

News 13 reports the students held a candlelight vigil before meetings at the Senate office building. The students were told at the time that only GOP reforms already being considered have a chance at being passed in the final three weeks of the current session