Liberating Elder – In the 2nd Century B.C a Chinese author and military tactician, Sun Tzu, wrote something along the lines of ‘Never interfere with an enemy when he is in the process of destroying himself’ in his timeless work ‘The Art Of War’.
Unfortunately, mass-shooting survivor David Hogg has chosen to become the most outspoken proponent of the destruction of the Constitution of these United States. While I do not personally consider this misguided young man my ‘enemy’, it is fair to say he is an enemy of the God given liberties of all Americans.
Hogg has been a target for conservatives and gun rights advocates because his face is everywhere and his over the top & often classless, use of bullying as a form of political activism mixed with his foul mouthed tirades makes him an easy to pick apart.
I think it’s time we cease fire & bite our tongues. This young man has done more for the NRA and the pro-gun debate than perhaps anyone who has ever walked the face of the Earth. His abrasive style and megalomania is pushing more people away than he is winning over. In fact, the NRA has seen their contributions triple since Hogg has become the face of left-wing gun-grabbers.
I believe Sun Tzu would advise us to do everything we can to keep the spotlight on David, and stop interrupting him as he continues to make mistake after mistake.
His latest assault is focused on one of the least popular men in the US Senate, John McCain. Conservatives loathe McCain, however, ever since the Senator was revealed to be suffering from glioblastoma, a severely dangerous and form of brain cancer, we have all backed off our attacks on him.
McCain is currently undergoing treatment in his home state of Arizona and there have been reports that he does not have much time left to live. Apparently Mr. Hogg thinks the Senator, who is likely serving out his last term, is a prime target for his bullying.
AZ Central reported:
David Hogg, the Parkland shooting survivor who has become a high-profile gun-reform advocate after the Feb. 14 mass murder of 17 people, on Friday turned his attention to Sen. John McCain, the top recipient of National Rifle Association money in Congress.
“Why do you take so much money from the NRA?” Hogg, 17, asked in a reply to a McCain Twitter message about the Phoenix-area “Rio Reimagined” redevelopment project that was launched Friday.