David Hogg became famous and a liberal activist after the shooting at Parkland High school last year and now he is asking for Canadians to donate to political campaigns to stop Trump.
The wild and outrageous comments came during a speech at the Toronto Film Festival where far-left liberal filmmaker, Michael Moore, was screening his new movie. Fahrenheit 11/9, in theaters September 20th, is a anti-Trump movie where Moore goes around the country asking people about Donald Trump.
When David Hogg and other Parkland students were asked to come onto stage, Hogg was given a microphone to talk. He asked the Canadian audience, “Who’s ready to save America?” Many cheered.
The 18-year-old activist then went on to say, “I think Canadians can donate to political campaigns in the United States.”
Michael Moore, nervous, shook his head to disagree.
Hogg tried to cover it up and told the people of Canada to “vote here” and to “learn from us.” “Don’t let this happen here because we need to come to you guys if we stay on this track.”
Then Michael Moore took the microphone away.
It is obvious that Hogg doesn’t even know campaign laws, but still is out telling people what to do. The 18-year-old might not be the best representative of the Democratic Party?
What do you think? Should we be listening to the 18-year-old, David Hogg?
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