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Brady Group Used Students For Gun Control Rally
« on: May 09, 2019, 06:28:54 AM »
It backfired miserably and Brady was forced to apologize for their attempt to use students in a political gun control scheme.
The students called them out and ripped these Marxist Dims a new one.


Students who came to the event said they were frustrated to hear politicians speak, and the discussion turn to gun control.

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Students and parents walked out of a planned vigil for STEM School Highlands Ranch students Wednesday, when they said the conversation turned into political theater.

Nine students were shot by two of their classmates just before 2:00 p.m. Tuesday. One of those students, 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo, was killed. Eight others were injured.
The event also featured two Democratic politicians, Colorado Congressman Jason Crow and Senator Michael Bennet. Moms Demand Action, a group that advocates for gun control legislation, also had representatives at the event.

STEM students who came to the event said they were frustrated to hear politicians speak, and grew angry as the conversation turned to gun control and policy. A large group stormed out of the event in protest. They demanded an opportunity to speak and were upset they weren’t given the chance earlier.

Many STEM students later returned to the Highlands Ranch High School gymnasium and refocused the event back to the victims of the shooting.

“What has happened at STEM is awful, but it’s not a statistic,” one student told the crowd. “We can’t be used [as] a reason for gun control, we are people, not a statement.”

The crowd cheered loudly in response.

“This was not a vigil. This was purely a political stunt. This is not what we wanted for Kendrick,” said another student.

https://www.9news.com/article/news/local/stem-school-students-walk-out-of-planned-vigil-frustrated-by-political-talk/73-4590cb00-b273-48b0-93dd-b018dc4097e8
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