Things keep getting stranger with young David Hogg.
First, we learn the mainstream media’s school shooting darling is the son of an FBI agent (retired). Then he goes on television ranting against President Trump when the deadly Florida school shooting last week — it turns out — was more the fault of the FBI than anyone even close to the White House.
Hogg ranted live on CNN and CBS and all other networks as his anti-Trump and anti-GOP gun control comments went viral in the mainstream media vacuum.
Liberal Nation applauded.
But now we learn Hogg was hanging out at CNN headquarters in Atlanta, GA sometime Before the school shooting. Before the shooting. Posing behind an news anchor desk? Perhaps Hogg’s career dream is to sign on with the network — a young Jake Tapper — as he has portrayed himself since the deadly shooting that claimed 17 students as a “student journalist and entrepreneur.”
Welcome to the Big Leagues.
Then after, Hogg goes on CNN live to rant about Trump and the conservatives.
Hogg also likes to sport his CNN T-shirt to school and beyond.
You can cut the irony with a chainsaw it is so thick here.
The Deep State media strikes again.
The kid who has been running his mouth about how Donald Trump and the GOP are teaming to help murder high school kids by upholding the Second Amendment is the son of an FBI agent.
David Hogg is a school shooting survivor in Florida. At least that is what the mainstream media has told us. We wouldn’t be surprised by anything involving the FBI at this point.
From Deep State CBS News:
“David Hogg was in school when the Parkland, Florida, shooting started. His father is a retired FBI agent, so he recognized immediately that this was a gun. Here’s what he did:”
And while the media allowed Hogg to adorn us with his worldly teen views on the Constitution, they conveniently left out the part where the FBI was warned that the Florida school shooter had promised to shoot up a school — at least twice — long before the massacre that killed 17 students last week.
If Hogg knew the shooter would snap — as he and other students have professed — perhaps he could have told his father about it.
Oh but wait, his father was in the FBI.
It would not have mattered anyway.
That’s the funny thing about the limelight, kid.
Often the lights can come crashing down on your head.