Parkland Survivor Has A Blunt Message For Police Who Questioned Him For Going To Gun Range
Parkland shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv went to a gun range with his father over the weekend. The perfectly legal act landed Kashuv in hot water with security guards at his school.
Kashuv, who has been a vocal proponent of the Second Amendment, was aggressively questioned by school security after the trip to the shooting range. Kashuv told the The Daily Wire that he was called out of class and was questioned “intensely” by armed school resource officers. The officers asked who he went to the range with and what kinds of guns he used.
Kashuv said the officers called him the “pro-Second Amendment kid” and one said, “Don’t get snappy with me, do you not remember what happened here a few months ago?”
However, Kashuv tells The Daily Caller that the intimidation tactics will not work on him.
“I am not sure if this was an attempt to silence me or not, but if it was, I can assure you it won’t work”
Kashuv has been one of the most outspoken and effective proponents for school safety since the shooting that took 17 lives in Parkland earlier this year. Kashuv has gotten legislation signed into law for the funding of more school safety measures.