"Supergirl" is apparently vying for the "Outstanding Virtue Signaling" award from the Academy of Propaganda Arts and Politically Correct Sciences for the ways they managed to stuff a recent episode full of misleading facts about firearms and epic pro-gun-control lectures.
Dick's Sporting Goods execs seem so determined to virtue signal about their pro-gun control stance that they are apparently willing to let their business suffer rather than actually, you know, show any regard for their primary customer base.
I mean, let's give the kid a break, he is only seventeen. OK, maybe he's eighteen by now, but that still doesn't mean he's been paying attention in civics class. It's probably hard to keep up your regular class schedule when you're busy tweeting out your latest anti-gun platform, conducting die-ins at grocery chains, and spending half your time in the CNN green room, right?
Liberals have such a funny way of protesting. They love to make a lot of noise, a lot of big spectacle, and a lot of angry comments, and often violence. But when they're held accountable for criminal acts, they always seem surprised.
Little David Hogg took a break from calling law-abiding NRA members "terrorists" and rallying for your natural rights to be taken away to say something...legitimate.
The Obama administration is not marked by a particular degree of productivity, so it's no surprise that his education secretary doesn't seem to know how school shootings work. Or how schools work. Or how anything at all works.