The Parkland Shooting Survivor the Left-Wing Media Ignores

Every bit as articulate, thoughtful and smart as any of the left-wing anointed survivors, Kyle Kashuv is being ignored. He’s a threat to their narrative.

H/T- A Lawyer


Kashuv is just as much a Parkland survivor as now-familiar names like David Hogg and Cameron Kasky, yet his views have only garnered limited attention.

I ask him why he thinks that’s the case. “I don’t know,” he says, hesitantly. “Maybe because I don’t use inflammatory language.  I speak calmly and logically without much emotion. I don’t necessarily make the very best headline.”

“I’m a very strong Second Amendment supporter and I will continue to be throughout this entire campaign.” he tells me.

“I feel somewhat obligated to do this because the other half of America needs to be heard.  I’m doing this because I have to.”

“It’s quite saddening because I support this Never Again movement in some aspects.  Everything that isn’t for gun control, I fully support.  But a lot of people in the movement, they view it as ‘you’re with us or you’re against us.’  There’s no middle ground.  So either you support them on all of their policy ideas, or you’re an enemy.  That’s sad because I really do love this movement, and I want it to do a lot of good work.  But simply because I have a different opinion on what needs to be done [on guns], I’m not represented as a leading member.”

“The entire CNN town hall was very ineffective. It worsened the divide,” he laments. “It was so counter productive because Republicans would answer back, and they weren’t really able to voice logical concerns and [talk about] what they wanted to do because they were just booed.  It was simply counterproductive.  That’s the only word for it.”

The son of first-generation Israeli immigrants, Kashuv describes himself as a conservative, but is adamant that he doesn’t want to become a partisan gladiator.  He also emphasizes that his convictions are his own.  “My family has not been political at all.  Everything I say is my own perspective. Nothing was like spoon-fed to me, or forced.  Everything has come from my own research and understanding. I generated my own perspective,” he says, adding that he’s rebuffed efforts to enlist him as an ideological agitator in the model of Hogg and Kasky.

“The only way change will be accomplished is if we stop using inflammatory language, we sit down and have a logical discussion, we don’t call the person the enemy, we don’t shout at them, and we don’t boo them.  That’s the only way a positive change will be made.”


8 Comments on The Parkland Shooting Survivor the Left-Wing Media Ignores

  1. Good article.

    But I don’t believe he needs to get more national exposure. I think the know-nothing dummies who are his schoolmates should get far, far less.

  2. Note that he is a product of the Israeli education system. He has not been brainwashed since K in US style progressivism, and has actually developed thinking skills well beyond his grade level.

  3. Let’s see, logical, honest, engaged, conservative and Jewish?
    Sounds like a template for the enemy of the left. The only way he would be any more of an enemy was if he was black.

    P.S. 1st edit… (BFH, make it so we can post pictures.)

  4. Are’nt they proving the whole thing was a setup, and He didn’t fit the script
    of ” UP WITH PEOPLE ” . Remember them ?

  5. This kid is so impressive. Very well spoken, nice, and apparently doesn’t give a flip about the loudmouths who try to silence him. Wise beyond his years.


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