The students free day off to become the protest minions and change agents for the gun control crowd has already started. It may be time for a little introspection or even criticism of this so-called movement. Selfies with gun control armbands are easy. Cleaning your own house, district, county, is hard. Junkets to D.C. are easy. Digging thru audits and records is hard. Regurgitating talking points versus the NRA and Second Amendment is easy. Implementing REAL change is hard. Do students have the life experiences to think that they have all the wisdom now?
As Written By Michelle Malkin for Rasmussen Reports:
Here is my homework assignment for all the fist-clenching, gun control-demanding teenagers walking out of classrooms this week (and next week and next month) to protest school shootings:
Ask not what the rest of the country can do for your local school’s safety; ask what your local school boards and superintendents have been failing to do for you.
Chances are, the adults closest to you — those most directly responsible for your security — have been shirking their primary duties, squandering scarce resources and deflecting blame.
Yes, it’s glamorous and exciting to appear on “The Ellen Show,” rub elbows with Eminem at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, pal around with Anderson Cooper, and soak up praise and donations from George Clooney and Oprah for shouting at the NRA, Republicans and President Trump.
Sure, it’s fun to ditch your homework, parade around in “March For Our Lives” swag, and watch your Twitter mentions explode like SpaceX launches every time you indignantly accuse gun-owning moms of hating their own children.
It’s lit like Bic to be the Democrats’ new junior lobbyists, fundraisers and voter registration captains.
But when the media whirlwind dies down and the Everytown buses ship you back home, mundane realities will set in………
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