Fox News fans are sick and tired of seeing students at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School call for stronger gun laws.
In response to a Fox News tweet about students in Parkland, Florida rallying to demand change to gun laws in the United States, many pro-gun Fox fans lashed out at the students and said they didn’t know what they were talking about when it comes to guns, despite the fact that a gunman last week murdered 17 of their classmates with an AR-15-style rifle.
One of the most common themes among the Fox fans was that the students were being paid by a shadowy left-wing donor to speak out, while other commenters accused the students of swallowing too many Tide Pods.
Check out the angriest reactions below.
They all need to shutup.
— Deplorable Dan #MAGA (@ryancam65808211) February 19, 2018
i wonder how much this kids being paid……
— Brandon (@wpdcomunication) February 19, 2018
— Joe Kerr (@tackHelicopter) February 19, 2018
How can a bunch of Teenagers put together a nation wide Rally in just a short period of time, who on the left is funding this?
— Bill Haverty (@bill_haverty) February 19, 2018
Kids using the MSM to try to demolish the 2A and have a police state like communist governments no that'll never happen.
— Lewis M ODonohue (@lewisod73) February 19, 2018
Students bully other students sometimes to the point of a person taking their own life. Students are not old enough or mature enough to 'demand' anything. Adults must handle this.
— Weeki1 (@weeki1) February 19, 2018
That kid is going to make on hell of a poster child for their anti-gun movement in the wake of a national tragedy.
— Richard Hlavaty (@HlavatyRichard) February 19, 2018
Yes, because they are just so knowledgable about life, guns, mental health and how government works. Screaming does nothing. They'll learn that in a few years.
— Edmond Wollmann (@Altairtheflyer) February 19, 2018
Change must start within them. Unless they change within nothing will be accomplished. It wasn’t the gun but one of them!
— Andover1982 (@andover1982) February 19, 2018
Wonder if they had Rallies planned weeks before this Tragedy??
— Chris Thomas (@1969Thomas) February 19, 2018