BOOM! Pro-Gun Parkland Student Kyle Kashuv DESTROYS David Hogg’s Twitter Lies

David Hogg

David Hogg wants America to believe his gun control agenda is winning. And he’s willing to lie to convince you of that.

Hogg, the Parkland student who has turned his experiences during the Vakenbtine’s Day shooting into a activist movement, took to Twitter to tell everyone that a poll shows most Americans agree with him on gun control laws. He also claims that American opinion has turned on the NRA, viewing them unfavorable for the first time in nearly twenty years.

“For the first time in almost two decades, the NRA is viewed unfavorably by a majority of Americans,” Hogg tweeted. “Conversely, 66 percent of voters support stronger gun laws, the highest level ever measured by Quinnipiac. The young people will win.”

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Hogg included a link to an article from, which included the results of the Quinnipiac poll.

There was just one problem with his tweet – and it was a big problem. Hogg was trying to pull a fast one on followers.

First, here is David Hogg’s initial tweet.

While David Hogg gets most of the attention from the media, another Parkland student is actively involved in the gun control debate – but he’s fighting for the Second Amendment.

Kyle Kashuv has been a vocal supporter and a thorn in the side of the #NeverAgain movement in their efforts to restrict gun ownership. He often calls out Hogg for his rhetoric and lies. When Hogg tweeted out the Hill article claiming a poll proves America supports gun control and opposes the NRA, Kashuv responded.

Here is Kyle Kashuv’s tweet to Hogg in response.

Indeed, what Hogg failed to mention in his tweet is that the Hill article is actually an opinion piece, arguing against the NRA. The column linked to the Quinnipiac poll from February 20, but fails to include later polls showing that the attitudes towards gun control and the NRA have returned to the same numbers as before the Parkland school shooting. It also fails to point out that the NRA has seen a surge in donations and new members, as gun rights supporters rally around the organization, pushing back against gun control efforts.

Not surprisingly, Hogg did not respond to Kashuv calling him out on the misrepresentation.

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