H/T Clash America.

Little Emma Gonzálezis a skull full of mush and a useful idiot.

The ‘March For Our Lives’ movement isn’t about taking away your guns, though.

Emma González was one of the first faces that we saw after the Parkland shooting.

In her emotional speech addressing the crowd, she admits that they had repeatedly reported the Parkland shooter to authorities since middle school. Shockingly, instead of condemning the lack of action of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, or the FBI, or even her school authorities, she was one of the first to condemn the NRA and President Trump.

González is way better at whipping up a crowd than the stilted David Hogg that seems to love to hog the spotlight.

Watch how natural she is with her passionate speech here:

At that point, she was a traumatized teen reacting to a horrific act.

We’ve had some time go by. She’s had time to educate herself on the issue. She could weigh the pros and cons. She could try to understand the perspective of some of her critics, like fellow Marjory Stoneman Douglas student, Kyle Kashuv.

But no.

In a flurry of tweets, González displays her real motives — she believes in confiscating all assault and semi-automatic firearms.

Does she not know that that means a whole lotta guns?

On Sunday, González tweeted about the Waffle House shooter and immediately condemned the NRA, as well as Smith & Wesson Corp.

Emma González

@Emma4Change

(1/4) He was white and he used an AR-15. The @NRA is about to say this man had mental health issues, so that the rest of us will get scared of anyone with poor mental health and buy a gun in preemptive defense so that gun sales increase. Shootings don’t just happen in schools, https://twitter.com/fox29philly/status/988002688800645120 

Emma González

@Emma4Change

(1/4) He was white and he used an AR-15. The @NRA is about to say this man had mental health issues, so that the rest of us will get scared of anyone with poor mental health and buy a gun in preemptive defense so that gun sales increase. Shootings don’t just happen in schools, https://twitter.com/fox29philly/status/988002688800645120 

Emma González

@Emma4Change

(2/4) they happen everywhere in America, and now one has happened in Waffle House. You can donate all the shooting shelters to schools that you want, but at the end of the day, we can’t build our world out of Kevlar – someone is making Mad Money off that.

Emma González

@Emma4Change

(3/4) The local police say a man at the scene wrestled his gun away – looks like you don’t need to arm a teacher (or a resource officer) to stop a shooting. There goes the sales pitch for @SmithWessonCorp 🤷‍♀️

Emma González

@Emma4Change

(4/4) Removing the assault and semi-automatic weapons from our Civilian society, instituting thorough background checks and mandatory waiting periods (and raising the buying age and banning the production of high-capacity magazines) are the ways to stop shootings in America.

No one is balking at the background checks. And we all agree that we don’t want mentally unstable people to be able to carry out attacks like the ones that happened in Parkland, FL and Sutherland Springs, TX.

Those were both instances where the background checks failed to turn up relevant information that would have prevented both of those shooters from legally purchasing a firearm.

We are balking at you advocating for the forcible removal of all semi-automatic weapons.

It’s quite obvious she has no idea what ‘semi-automatic’ means.

But wait! There’s more…

If you can believe it, she said something even more stupid.

Emma González

@Emma4Change

The FBI defines a mass shooting as 4 people killed (not including the shooter). Mass shootings occur in churches, in schools, at concerts, in waffle houses – just about anywhere. Except in other countries. https://twitter.com/cnnbrk/status/988032934337744896 

Really, hon?

Are you sure?

According to the Google machine, the United States didn’t even make it to the top 6:

1. 2017 Egyptian Mosque Attack, 305+ deaths
2. 2015 Kenya College Attack, 148 deaths
3. 2014 Pakistan School Massacre, 141 deaths
4. 2015 Paris Attacks, 130 deaths
5. 2011 Norway Attacks, 67 deaths
6. 2013 Kenya Shopping Mall Attack, 67 deaths

Mass shootings aren’t just a U.S. thing.

Perhaps instead of planning her next activist campaign, she could take a minute and learn a little bit about firearms.

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