It would seem that some people think they can have it both ways.
Youth opportunist extraordinaire David Hogg decided to go after Laura Ingraham for a retweet of an article where Hogg was turned down by UCLA.
Hogg is setting himself up for failure in a major way.
So he wants an apology from Fox News because he doesn’t like what they say about him and his cause, even though he goes on other networks and routinely makes false statements, slanders innocent people, and is degrading to those opposite his leftist views.
I don’t know whether this quite falls into Schmalfeldt territory, but he put himself into the spotlight and continues to sling mud, yet gets upset when it comes back twice as hard. This is what happens when you put on the big boy pants in the big world of adults.
Advertisers are dropping Ingraham’s show because they incorrectly see this as an attack on a child. I’m not sure that what Ingraham did was all that bad, but she at least apologized for behavior that is WELL below the childish nonsense Hogg has been spouting.
When he turns 18, which is probably not far away, his life will become very different. He should be glad he will have some of those rights as an 18 year old because his ideology says he won’t be responsible until he’s 21 and shouldn’t have them. Will he hide behind “I’m a child!” when faced with even more real life experiences?
But, you know, the adults on the left and at CNN, MSNBC, and the leftist media, including Hogg’s parents let him get away with it. The wall is fast approaching, bub.