by Tim Brown, Freedom OutPost:
David Hogg is either delusional over his new found fame, incredibly naive or outright lying about who is behind him. It’s apparent to anyone watching and looking at the facts.
Useful Idiot David Hogg is at it again, telling lies that is. After he called for a boycott of Fox News over Laura Ingraham’s jab at his rejection by colleges, he attempted to downplay claims by many that the boycott was led by “powerful, shadowy radical groups.”
Now, look, there is no doubt that the same people who were funding his little temper tantrum in Washington, DC a couple of weeks ago, are continuing to funnel money and open doors for him in the media. Among those are Michael Bloomberg, George Soros and Planned Parenthood, as well as the usual suspects providing him airtime in the CIA-controlled media like CNN and MSNBC. His march was also organized and led by the Women’s March and the Giffords Foundation, and the kids that attended were given scripted messages to present to the media. It was complete astroturf!
Speaking of MSNBC, Hogg was asked about former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s tweet about the boycott “being directed by powerful, shadowy radical groups who want Laura Ingraham off the air on “The Last Word.”
O’Reilly wrote, “The tweet from @IngrahamAngle was ill-advised and Laura has apologized. But know this: the sponsor boycott is not some spontaneous uprising by companies. It is being directed by powerful, shadowy radical groups who want Laura Ingraham off the air.”
The tweet from @IngrahamAngle was ill-advised and Laura has apologized. But know this: the sponsor boycott is not some spontaneous uprising by companies. It is being directed by powerful, shadowy radical groups who want Laura Ingraham off the air.
— Bill O'Reilly (@BillOReilly) 2 April 2018
Of course, this was in response to over a dozen pansy advertisers dropping their sponsorship of Ingraham’s program.
However, Hogg responded just like a child. He doesn’t even get the question being asked of him. Take a look.
"I don't have any shadowy figures behind me… I'm just a kid that uses Twitter if he sees me as powerful that's okay. I don't see myself that way.
– David Hogg says in response to Bill O'Reilly comments that 'powerful, shadowy radical groups' are leading ad boycott. pic.twitter.com/mMM70WQ8JJ
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) 3 April 2018
“I’m pretty well lit. I don’t see any shadowy figures behind me,” said Hogg. “Honestly, if he sees powerful shadowy groups, as corporate America standing with us. Okay? I guess it doesn’t really make sense.”