HYPOCRITE! Look What David Hogg’s Bodyguards Were Carrying During New York Trip


David Hogg is on a whirlwind publicity tour, selling his book #NeverAgain: A New Generation Draws the Line. He was in New York this week for an appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” and was seen several times on the city’s streets as he made his way about town.

One Twitter user who encountered him, however, made an interesting observation that exposed Hogg as an absolute hypocrite.

Sean Di Somma caught Hogg on a New York street, getting out of a van with his publicists and two bodyguards. Di Somma posted pictures and made an interesting observation: Hogg’s bodyguards were armed – with guns.

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While the pictures do not make that fact clear, the accusation was confirmed – by Hogg himself.

After Di Somma called out Hogg on Twitter over the hypocrisy, the gun control activist actually responded, not denying the fact that they were armed, and instead choosing to mock the guy who outed him. A testy Twitter exchange followed.

Here is the initial tweet by Sean Di Somma.

That set off a testy exchange between the two, with Hogg not denying that his bodyguards were armed. Instead, he mocked the guy who busted him.

Di Somma struck back with a taunt of his own.

That led to this random guy jumping in the fray. He pointed out that book proceeds go to gun control “charities.”

That led Hogg to confirm, although he fails to mention that, despite the book earnings, he himself has benefited personally from his crusade. He hobnobbs with celebrities and gets free trips to speak across the country, where he builds his celebrity by appearing on shows like “The Tonight Show.”

Hogg’s claim he is pro-Second Amendment is merely a promotional tactic. He joined the NRA after the Parkland school shooting, mostly in an effort to push his agenda from “within” and claim he actually supports gun ownership. Instead, he uses it to taunt NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch.

As far as the David Hogg book goes, however, Di Somma made it clear he wasn’t interested.

Hogg’s supporters tried to gang up on Di Somma, dismissing the hypocrisy and claiming that he needs guns to protect himself from…wait for it…people with guns.

The hypocrisy is thick here, and it’s clear Hogg has no intention of supporting allowing other people to have the same level of protection that he is privileged to have.

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