David Hogg’s stance toward gun control is taking it’s toll on his future education. So far he has been rejected by four University of California campuses – UCLA, UCSD, UCSB and UC Irvine. Possibly viewed as a trouble maker by deans 😥
Hogg says fellow student activist Ryan Deitsch also got rejected from the University of California system. Emma Gonzalez will be going to New College of Florida.
Organizers of the “Student March For Our Lives” (MFOL) rally in Washington DC put the cost estimate for the event at $5 million. There is “several million dollars” left to continue to push for stricter gun laws and fight gun violence.
Teenage survivors of last month’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Were the driving force behind the march in the nation’s capital. Similar protests took place in cities around the country, and the world.
Just like big tech censoring some conservative activists. Universities are rejecting MFOL applicants. From TMZ: Hogg has a 4.2 GPA and an SAT score of 1270. Schools claim extracurricular activities count. But if organizing the March For Our Lives wasn’t enough it’s not clear what is. TMZ is crediting Hogg for organizing the event. Though the organizations website does not list his name.
This rally was and still is a leftist movement against the National Rifle Association (NRA.) It’s said the MFOL rally cost at least 5 Million dollars (so far) and the bean counters are not finished.
The March for Our Lives Action Fund, a 501(c)(4) “social welfare” nonprofit organization. Was registered on March 8 with the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, records show.
The action fund lists its business address in Encino, Calif. Its agent is CT Corporation System of D.C. The firm that offers agent, incorporation, and corporate business compliance services.
Meanwhile the Third Reich agitator is calling for supporters to boycott Fox News Laura Ingraham’s advertisers. He is further screwing his future into the ground!
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