Teen tyrant David Hogg claims NRA to be held in ‘Contept of Court’

You read that headline right.  It seems that David Hogg, the foul-mouthed anti-gun demagogue once dubbed the “king of the snowflakes” on Twitter, responded to news that the NRA is spending a great deal of money on an ad campaign supporting the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court with a tweet that sparked a great deal of mockery.

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According to Hogg, the NRA could be held in “Contept of Court.”  Those were his words.  Exactly.

“Funny, that doesn’t sound like the behavior of a nearly bankrupt organization . Looks like the NRA will soon be held in Contept of Court,” he said.

And this is the guy the anti-gun media absolutely adores…

Fellow Parkland student Kyle Kashuv corrected Hogg:

True…

Contept.  C. O. N. T. E. P. T.

One person asked:

Of course.  As you may recall, he’s a financial wizard, a travel aficionado and a Constitutional scholar.  If you disagree, you’re probably a racist, sexist, homophobe, Islamophobe, fundamentalist bigot.  Or the “b**ch” of the NRA who probably just wants to kill kids and eat them.  Or something.

Hogg, by the way, never explained his statement, which was soundly applauded by his online congregation…

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