CREDIT: Michael G. Seamans of the Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel

Alleged Parkland high school student David Hogg has hogged the headlines following the mass shooting that killed 17 of his classmates last month. He used the dead kids as a stepping stone for his media stardom and works with billionaire leftists to scapegoat law-abiding gun owners as terrorists.

While Hogg has bullied many people into silence and acquiesce during his astroturfed campaign against the 2nd Amendment, one patriotic Maine lawmaker refuses to back down.

“Eat it, Hogg,” Waterville Mayor Nick Isgro said in a tweet. “If you believe in attacking people’s livelihood because you don’t like their words, you don’t believe in a free society. You believe in a totalitarian marxist system of one party enforced beliefs. It also means you know your own message can’t stand up under scrutiny.”

Hogg has denied or ignored requests for debate from another Parkland shooting survivor who does not support gun control as well as the son of Infowars’ host Alex Jones. Presently, he is organizing with top Democrat operatives to overrun Congressional town halls with paid activists.

Democrats are outraged that a Republican had the audacity to hit back against their sacrosanct media idol.

“Barring the unlikely event that this tweet was somehow manufactured, Nick Isgro should be ashamed of his comment. Simply put, it is not representative of the people of Waterville,” Chairman of the Maine Democratic Party Phil Bartlett said in a statement to Refinery29.

Despite the left’s squriming, Republicans will need to fight if they want to keep their 2nd Amendment rights intact. The liberal assault against firearms freedom is unrelenting, and will only intensify as the 2018 mid-term elections head closer.


  1. David Hogg and other leftists call us Racists, Segregationists, and Facists however they don’t even know the dictionary definition of a Facist. Here is the dictionary definition of a Facist. “A FASCIST is a follower of a political philosophy characterized by authoritarian views and a strong central government — and no tolerance for opposing opinions” . Fascist traces to the Italian word fascio, meaning “group, bundle.” Under fascist rule, the emphasis is on the group — the nation — with few individual rights


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