David Hogg, the n’er do well gun activist who is the type of person to claim pain from a car accident that he was six miles away from when it happened apparently feels like he has landed a slam dunk on the NRA once again.
However, it only takes about three or our seconds of actual digging to find out that Boss Hogg is so far off the beaten path he’s in another area code.
David Hogg is the type of person that seemingly has an excuse for everything up to and including the explanation as to why he feels like he should be the spokesperson for shooting victims when he is as much a shooting victim as I am a member of the New York Yankees because I saw one of their games on television last year.
Hogg recently made comments effectively trolling a video relased by the NRA featuring Stephen Willeford, an armed citizen who stopped the November 2017 church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
The problem is that Hogg has absolutely no idea what he is talking about..
Willeford, a former NRA instructor, was hailed as a hero after engaging the shooter with his own rifle. His action effectively ended the massacre. The attack was the worst church shooting in American history, according to the NRA.
A short video of Willeford was uploaded to NRATV’s Twitter account. The man talks about the gunfight with a shaky voice, recounting that the gunman “came out of the church, shooting at me. He hit the truck in front of me, hit the car behind me, and hit the house behind me.”
“And then I hit him.”
Although the video only runs for 60 seconds, Willeford delivers a powerful message: “It’s not the gun, it’s the heart.”
— NRATV (@NRATV) December 17, 2018
Willeford’s actions and words prove everything we need to know about him. He’s not screaming for attention and making appearances across media, and his name remains relatively unknown.
Despite that, he is responsible for saving countless lives. And he certainly did hit the gunman — when authorities found his body, there were three gunshot wounds, CNNreported. The fatal one was a self-inflicted shot to the head.
David Hogg wasn’t as impressed by the video. In a tweet sent less than two hours after the NRA’s upload, Hogg thought he had the gun rights group cornered.