Dinesh D’Souza Triggers EVERYONE!
D'Souza's remarks were hilariously brutal.
Conservative documentarian and professional bomb-thrower Dinesh D’Souza weighed in on the Florida House refusing to take up an assault weapons ban Tuesday night. Specifically, D’Souza responded to this tweet from BuzzFeed’s Jon Passantino:
— Jon Passantino (@passantino) February 20, 2018
D’Souza’s remarks were hilariously brutal:
Worst news since their parents told them to get summer jobs https://t.co/Vg3mXYvb4c
— Dinesh D’Souza (@DineshDSouza) February 20, 2018
Twitter’s response, however, was equally swift and equally brutal:
That REALLY is some of the #Parkland shooting survivors. He is LITERALLY TROLLING kids that left one of their classmates funerals just hours before this picture was taken. Can’t even make this sh*t up, you can verify it easily. It’s so shameful. ?
— Crunchy. Poppy. (@CrunchyPoppy) February 20, 2018
C’mon, say it. “I wish these kids had been shot too.” You want to. Just tweet it out. We’ll appreciate your honesty.
— Eitan (@AnotherEitan) February 20, 2018
What in the name of the Lord Jesus of Nazereth
were you Thinking? May you pray about this.
— Inga Taylor (@taylor_inga) February 21, 2018
Do you have children? How would you react to identifying their body after a hollow point bullet pierced their skin at close range?
— kr0ba (@kingkroba) February 20, 2018
Guess dead kids is something you tolerate as the “price of freedom”
— Christian_Salafia (@csalafia) February 20, 2018
Dinesh, that’s tasteless, dumb and only funny to trolls and bots. Stop.
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) February 21, 2018
You are the definition of human garbage. Delete your account, you worthless hack.
— John Epler (@eplerjc) February 21, 2018
More like worst news since their friends were mowed down and their representatives are too chickenshit to stand up to the NRA. But sweet joke, my man! That “17 dead kids” punchline is always hilarious. [My god, what an asshole].
— ashley sims (@ashsims) February 21, 2018
I just reported this tweet as abusive and direct harassment. Twitter will likely suspend your account and if they don’t @Jack is complicit.
— Krumholtz (@mrDaveKrumholtz) February 20, 2018
Unfortunately D’Souza probably is looking at spending some time in Twitter’s re-education camps. After all, conservative thought is a blight that cannot be tolerated.
Dinesh D’Souza did, however, have his fair share of defenders:
Left IS useing the voices of distraught teenages to grt MORE guns laws passed, making a mockery of their pleas bc its really about the LEFT’S AGENDA! This DISGUSTS me! These young people are literally being USED by the left and their parents also! TERRIBLE!
— MY WORLD as I C it! (@sylvia46561642) February 21, 2018
Obama was president during 9 of the worst school shootings in US history. He didn’t sign one gun control legislation in eight.
— dragonjohn77070 (@dragonjohn77070) February 21, 2018
Totally disagree. Just because someone has had a tragedy in their life does not mean they can force laws on the people with total immunity based on guilt protection. It doesn’t work that way. They marched to the capital. They are being countered. As they should be.
— Chris Lassiter (@Chris_Lassiter) February 20, 2018
— Maryjoe WHERE WE GO 1, WE GO ALL! (@Lastonein66) February 21, 2018
That picture, by the way, includes just a few of those “grieving children.” These are kids who are supposedly so saddened by seeing their classmates gunned down right in front of them that they…smile broadly for a posed picture?
The tall drink of water in the middle is one David Hogg. Hogg is probably the most prominent Stoneman Douglas High survivor-activist to speak out against gun rights in the wake of this tragedy. He’s given several interviews to CNN on the subject. Including one interview in which it appeared that he was being coached by the interviewer:
This is a boy who supposedly watched a madman rampaging through his school, gunning down his classmates in cold blood. Yet I don’t see any grief in this video. There’s no anger, there’s no denial. What I see here is a young actor who seems to be having trouble with his lines.
I’m not usually conspiratorial, but something stinks to high heaven here. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that Hogg’s father is a former FBI agent?
These kids wasted zero time in using the dead bodies of their fallen friends to shill for the Left’s gun control agenda. These pod-munchers aren’t full of righteous anger because their friends were killed. They are standing atop their dead bodies screeching autistically into a cold, dark night that has never cared what they had to say.
Dinesh D’Souza pointed out their hypocrisy and absolute ghoulishness. What’s more, he was right to do so. These children don’t deserve our sympathy. They don’t deserve our tears. Most certainly they don’t deserve our attention. These “activists” deserve nothing but our contempt and scorn.
Bravo, Dinesh. Bravo.