[Ed. – Your tax dollars at work.]
… [T]hey’re doing that by paying tribute to the 30+ Marjory Stoneman Douglas students who founded the gun control group March For Our Lives following the tragedy in Parkland, Florida.
The Smithsonian Magazine’s December feature is about how the students “showed us how to find meaning in tragedy.”
Specifically, the piece dives into how the group formed just days following the deadly shooting. But what’s most disgusting is the author of the piece compared the March For Our Lives bus tour to that of the freedom riders.
Here’s an excerpt from the piece. …
“We were going 93 million miles an hour,” González told me recently of those early weeks. “We never wanted a break. We never wanted to wait.” That speed and intensity paid off: Only five weeks after the shooting, the “March for Our Lives” rally in Washington drew up to 800,000 people, and inspired sister marches in 800 cities around the globe.