Just miles from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is Lansing Academy, where one Parkland, Florida, student attends classes. While marching in his hometown, he said that he's been waiting to see change on this issue.
"It's about time we see change," the student explained. "To be honest, as a kid, not just a kid -- a person of the area, but as a kid with autism, we believe that people with special needs should also stand. And with the people with the Friendship Initiative with the people in the community I think we could make that happen."
He then turned for a special message to President Donald Trump.
"Mr. President, if you're watching, I'm watching you," he warned. "You better, darn know, I will make sure you sign that bill into law and that you will change this. So help me, I will vote you out!"
Watch his comments below: