Parkland High School Student Questioned by Authorities for Supporting the 2nd Amendment

I’ve written about Kyle Kashuv on several occasions (see herehere, and here).

Kashuv is the most visible of the pro-2nd Amendment contingent of students who survived the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. He has worked hand-in-hand with the families of the victims and the politicians in Florida and D.C. to pass new laws that would make it more difficult for another shooting like the one at Douglas to take place.

While some of his fellow students, prodded by the anti-freedom Left, were out marching, shouting, and name-calling in an effort to destroy our liberty, Kashuv was working behind the scenes to make schools across America safer, without undermining the liberties of his fellow citizens.

Kashuv has argued that much of what the anti-gun left has been suggesting over the last few weeks would actually do little to make school safer. Indeed, while his fellow students have been marching to take away the rights of law abiding citizens, Kashuv has instead been meeting with legislators and getting important new laws passed.

These three bills which were all co-authored by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and supported by Kashuv and the families of the Douglas High School victims, have all become law and are meant to seal the gaps exposed by the shooting in Parkland, FL.

The bills aren’t perfect, and the “Red Flag” bill in particular raises some 2nd Amendment red flags (pun intended), but it’s more evidence that while liberals are out protesting and grandstanding, it’s conservatives, like Kashuv and Rubio, working to actually make a difference.

The point here is that Kashuv is a pro-freedom activist who has actually accomplished quite a bit (as a teenager) and become a public figure with a national voice.

Which is likely why the leftists in Broward County are now harassing him.

This past Friday, Kashuv and his father went to their local gun range where the young man learned how to safely use a firearm, and then shot a gun for the first time in his life!

It was a fun and educational time for Kashuv, who then posted pictures and video of the excursion to his social media pages.

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