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David Hogg Meets His Match… A 16-Year-Old Pro-Gun Teenage Girl

David Hogg acts as if he is the voice of his entire generation… but is it true?

The student-turned-activist has become famous for his spiteful rants against NRA members and law-abiding Americans, even going so far as to declare that gun owners are “pathetic f***ers that want to keep killing our children.”

At the same time, he has lectured adults — you know, the people who actually vote and pay taxes — for not knowing how to “use a f***ing democracy,” and implied that teenagers were going to change gun laws.

Hogg, no doubt, sees himself as the leader of that movement, but there’s a problem: He’s not the only young person who knows how to use social media, and not everyone agrees with his shrill anti-gun message.

Meet Elizabeth Najjar. Like David Hogg, she’s a high school student who is passionate and fired up about the gun control debate… but she’s taking a different approach.

https://www.facebook.com/elizabeth.najjar.944/videos/237136236849088/

Earlier this month, the young American released a video on Facebook with some of her views on guns, and it has so far been seen by nearly 75,000 people.

“It’s so easy for a high school student to just go along with the liberal agenda. It is hard to be a student, who supports gun rights and a conservative student,” she explained.

Najjar, who according to BizPac Review is 16 and lives in Virginia, rejected the narrative pushed by Hogg, and reminded viewers that it was the government which sadly failed in the Florida shooting.

“This is a society problem, this is a people problem,” she said. “People weren’t doing their jobs. I mean, the FBI was alerted about Cruz so many times, and nothing happened.”

The young conservative student pointed out that voices like Hogg and fellow anti-gun advocate Emma Gonzalez seem to lack an understanding about firearms or even current laws that already exist in America.

“As we’ve seen in the past month, since the Parkland shooting, you know, students like David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez have stepped up, and they’re claiming that they’re experts on the subject of guns and gun control, which we all know they’re not experts,” Najjar continued.

“We’re so lucky that we have those freedoms, and now people want to take them away?”

The young lady brought up a point that liberals frequently ignore: Self-defense is part of women’s rights.

“So how am I supposed to defend myself?” she asked. “How are other young women supposed to defend themselves? How are men supposed to protect their families?”

That’s a particularly important question in the face of legislation that makes it illegal for law-abiding adults to purchase firearms if they happen to be 20-years-old instead of 21.

The left apparently believes that a 20-year-old woman is old enough to vote, pay taxes, and serve in the military, but not be sufficiently armed to fend off a rapist or a gang.

Elizabeth Najjar will probably not be changing liberal minds any time soon, but her video is a refreshing reminder that not all young people are marching lock-step with Hogg on this issue.

There is a silent majority of law-abiding American citizens who believe in gun ownership and self-defense… and one at a time, they’re realizing that they cannot stay silent forever.

What do you think? Scroll down to comment below!

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26 Comments

26 Comments

  1. Bill

    April 16, 2018 at 3:09 am

    Stop talking about this little puke shit. Yes even when he gets it handed to him.

    • Mary

      April 16, 2018 at 2:41 pm

      I think he shot his future in the foot.he will never amount to anything,just going to ride the coattails of his stupid remarks.

    • Olivia

      April 16, 2018 at 8:46 pm

      He didn’t “get it handed to him.” So some 16 year old kid who likes to wear camouflage and brag about her conservatism disagrees with him. So what? He was present at the mass shooting; she wasn’t. So do you want to tell me again why you think she’s better qualified than he is to talk about the consequences of putting AR 15s into the hands of unstable people?

      You guys are so funny. On the one hand, you accuse David Hogg of being “shrill”; on the other, you scream insults at him and applaud a talking head who flings childish insults at him. On the one hand, you accuse him of being a plant; on the other hand, you dig around and find some girl who says the things you want to believe, and crow that she’s his “match,” just because she supports lax gun policies.

      And the fact that you, Bill, childishly call him a “little puke shit,” shows that you have no idea how to engage in intelligent debate, and are just doing the right wing equivalent of yelling, “Na na na na boo boo!”

      • Robert

        April 16, 2018 at 8:58 pm

        He was not at the mass shooting that the government failed to stop, try and get you facts straight before you run your incompetent mouth. Then maybe you will have something intelligent to say.

  2. james

    April 16, 2018 at 3:28 am

    I don’t know anyone who would not pass a law today to prevent the next mass shooting, but to Sen. Rubio’s point, you gotta find out how he accessed the gun, we have to find out whether there was a data point in his background where someone could have reported it, whether or not he accessed the gun legally or illegally,” Gowdy began.
    “Usually at about this time, we hear about the gun show loophole, fine, close the gun show loophole, but how many mass killings have resulted from guns purchased at gun shows?” Gowdy added.
    “If you can show me a law that will prevent the next mass killing, go ahead and sign me up for it.”
    In conclusion, Gowdy called for all gun laws that we have now to be properly implemented, “Before we begin to advocate for new laws, I think it is imminently fair to say how are we doing enforcing the ones we currently have?”
    In terms of gun violence, here is a chart that the media will NEVER show you:
    Here’s a chart of American gun ownership and American gun homicide rates.
    Please explain how more guns inevitably means more murder. #GunReformNow pic.twitter.com/kksPsRglmb
    — Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) February 15, 2018

    • Asisay

      April 17, 2018 at 1:25 am

      The laws are on the books that would have stopped this shooting, but they were not enforced. The FBI, sheriff and local police failed in their job, that’s why this shooting took place.

  3. Kel57

    April 16, 2018 at 3:35 am

    Thank you, Elizabeth for speaking up. Maybe you can round up people for a march against the anti-gun people that don’t do their homework on the laws we have.
    Keep speaking up and stay strong.

  4. Obbop

    April 16, 2018 at 3:48 am

    I have seen 10-year-old boys with more-developed arms than that wimpy little whiner Hogg who the elite-owned media and leftist politicians have adopted as a spokescritter.

    • Gerald Snyder

      April 16, 2018 at 3:27 pm

      I guarantee the girl could whip the snowflake wussified Hogg in a fight. He is nothing but a pussified wimp.

      • Olivia

        April 16, 2018 at 9:01 pm

        Translation: “I can’t refute anything he says, so I’m going to fling a lot of silly accusations that he’s effeminate. Am I winning the argument yet?

        Pssst, Gerald: that “snowflake” managed to get the whole nation’s attention on the problem of gun violence—violence that, by the way, he witnessed and you didn’t. Gun violence that you and your posturing buddies here are perfectly happy to ignore, just as long as you get to swagger around with firearms and pretend you’re a bigger man than you actually are.

        Your insecurity comes through loud and clear when you try to insult another guy with words like “pussified,” “wimp” and “snowflake.” Bit of projection there?

        And, by the way, when you use a term like “pussified” as an insult, you’re insulting that young girl whom you claim to admire, as well as exposing your own insecurities.

    • Olivia

      April 16, 2018 at 8:49 pm

      I see. You think he’s a plant, but you assume that the teenage girl who just happens to be wearing an NRA T shirt and a camouflage hat, and who who just happens to have a “Don’t Tread On Me” flag tacked up behind her, is entirely spontaneous. 😀

      Talk about gullible…..

  5. barry1817

    April 16, 2018 at 3:53 am

    I would be happy, in a compromise, about the age to buying guns.

    If you are living at home with mommy and daddy, you don’t get to buy a gun because you are a child living at home. Heck govt. tells us that children can still be children to age 26 to be on their parent’s health plan. So living at home, child no weapon.

    Living on your own, age 18 and older, gun rights, not to be taken away.

    • RIC CARTER

      April 16, 2018 at 3:17 pm

      I’m an old hillbilly, and we kids were hunting to put food on the table by the time we were teenagers. There are still families living like that. Don’t put rules in place that you never see the negative effect of if you live in a city.

    • Olivia

      April 16, 2018 at 9:04 pm

      Why would you want to discriminate against young people who live with parents? Do you have any sort of evidence that they’re less capable than those who live on their own of handling firearms safely?

      Sounds a bit fascist to me: coming up with laws to force people to adopt the life style YOU’VE chosen for them, whether or not it fits their situation.

  6. Delores

    April 16, 2018 at 4:32 am

    I hope Miss Najjar gets as much publicity from national news as that little whiner.There are many laws in place which would most likely prevented this tragedy if they had been followed. There is another law PL 94-142 which no one has mentioned. It is a law that would have had the shooter evaluated by psychologists and I am quite sure he would have been placed in a different environment and given help. Perhaps the school district needs to have some in-services to train teachers to recognize and the process they can easily do for followup.

  7. Jim nelson

    April 16, 2018 at 4:38 am

    This young lady has it right, conservatives unite.

  8. Charlene

    April 16, 2018 at 5:48 am

    I think there’s a really easy way to settle this. If an 18 year old isn’t responsible enough to own a gun, they’re not responsible enough to vote.
    I’m willing to raise the purchasing age to 21, if they’re willing to raise the voting age to 21 as well.
    I would love to see Fox pick up the baton, and give more spotlight to the kids of Parkland who are being ignored by the majority of the media. There is more than one story or point of view to tell!
    Hogg isn’t even worth talking about: bully!

  9. Linda

    April 16, 2018 at 6:45 am

    Way to go young lady! Stand up for your beliefs to anyone who dared to defy them! And especially those who open their mouths when they are totally ignorant about what they are spewing like they are experts! The two you have mentioned are both such narrow minded bleeding heart liberals they wouldn’t know the truth or facts if they were hit in the face with them! Both are looking for their moment in the public eye ! Thinking they are really doing something great! Moment of truth for both of them…they are only looking to please a great number of losers such as themselves!

  10. Ron

    April 16, 2018 at 7:33 am

    I really hope that Mr. Hog’s 15 minutes of fame are about over. Mr. Hog there is not a high school in this country that teaches a course on ‘Wisdom’. You can look it up in a dictionary and read the definition in just a few minutes. But it will take more than a lifetime to learn and practice.

  11. Larry S. Buchanan Jr.

    April 16, 2018 at 8:37 am

    Barry1817,

    Compromise on our rights? Compromise, and ineffectual enforcement have gotten us where we are. I will never rescind my God given Gun Rights just to appease. Our freedoms are not for negotiation! Every time we allow ‘reasonable’ restrictions we give up our liberty. Look at it this way, when the legislators we have fail to even read a bill before passing it, how can you trust such people?

    The second Amendment is not about hunting, or target shooting. It is about the average citizen being able to possess the ultimate power, and say No to an overreaching government!

    • Charlene

      April 16, 2018 at 6:27 pm

      I don’t think they’d be willing to either.

      You’re exactly right! I can’t remember who said it, but it was said: Be careful what rights you give away, you will NEVER get them back!

  12. Vic G.

    April 16, 2018 at 9:09 am

    Without an enormous upheaval of life in general, and more threats to amendments. some matters to be addressed:

    1. Just enforcing the laws that already exist would no doubt make a difference alone. There are many reported examples of enforcement being too relaxed.
    2. The school shooting in Hogg’s case has a number of well-reported issues; Why was a Sherif deputy standing outside while the shooting was going on? and it appeared waited till all was over and where other very concerning comments were reported. Is anyone asking why?
    3. The issue was also reported that the county, and/or the school, was, as their practice, not reporting or recording crime to gain a reputation of being very law compliant, with a financial kickback for being a law-abiding area. This could also be a reflection of why the shooter was not detected or indeed controlled as a potential problem? These questions I suspect are perhaps the tip of a large iceberg. If something is being done or investigated about these and many other questions, why is it that no one seems to know about something being done?

  13. muehlhans

    April 16, 2018 at 9:35 am

    Facebook has censored this article

  14. Wes Tanner

    April 16, 2018 at 6:14 pm

    Thank his young woman for having the courage to think independently. The bane of today’s society is the wholesale acceptance of anything the media proclaims in its bid to destroy everything good about America!

    It is rare to find a young person today that hasn’t been “indoctrinated” by the educational system and the media.

    Protect our Constitution and wave our flag proudly Elizabeth!

  15. Shirley

    April 16, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    It is not the honest gun owners that are the problem.The bad people use and will always get guns that can’t be traced back to them.Guns that are purchased the proper way will be traced back.Bullying is the big problem at schools and I have heard teachers telling the 5 year old students to stop telling on another student that would not leave them alone. This teacher should have took care of this problem.I have heard Middle School Principle tell School Bus drivers that they would not remove these kids from the bus because we didn’t know about their life at home and what they were going through so we leave these kids to keep bullying other kids and the school system fails so maybe some one should start there and the parents that have guns really should try a gun safe. It is called a gun safe for a reason.The people have to do what is needs to be done.Good luck,people have been killing each other since the beginning of time and what makes you think this is going to change now?

  16. Bonnie

    April 17, 2018 at 2:36 am

    Bravo Elizabeth! You’re sensible. Everyone needs to be able to protect themselves from bad people. I remember reading about some women against guns who eventually learned to use them to protect themselves. My goodness…Nature does the same thing so the critters have some kind of protection from preditors. I think the entire fiasco is a put up job to divide and embroil our country so the preditors can take over. Same o same o last century in Russia and Germany.

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