August 3, 2021

A Message From Parkland You Won’t Hear at the March for Our Lives.

Warning: This video contains profanity.

Thousands of people are gathered in Washington, D.C., today for an anti-gun march following last month’s tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. But not everyone from the Parkland community supports the anti-gun rhetoric that is on display at the March for Our Lives.

Kyle Kashuv, a student at the school where 17 people died, and Andrew Pollack, whose daughter was among those killed in the mass shooting, are speaking out with another perspective

“They’re all together, it’s great. They’re going to be heard. But I would urge them to focus on school safety,” says Pollack, who appears in a video from The Daily Caller. Adds Kashuv: “This isn’t just a gun control debate. Making sure schools are safe—not everything has to do with guns.”


Source: The Daily Signal