Parkland Student Calls For Boycott Of MSNBC Advertisers After Former Contributor Attacks Him


Benny Johnson Columnist, Viral Politics
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Parkland student David Hogg has led a boycott of advertisers on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show after she criticized him for complaining about being rejected by certain colleges.

Now, MSNBC may get the same treatment over a tweet from former contributor Kurt Eichenwald.

Eichenwald attacked and insulted Parkland student Kyle Kashuv in a tweet: “You continue to disappoint.Trafficking in fantasies, fine. Your followers are infantile, your only form of debate is insult. And you wonder why I have no respect for you.”

The attack came after Eichenwald called for civility in the gun control conversation and to keep the harassment of the kids out of it.

In response, Kashuv sent out a list of advertisers on MSNBC to boycott.

Kashuv has been an outspoken defender of the Second Amendment.

Perhaps realizing his hypocritical mistake, Eichenwald deleted the tweet and apologized to Kashuv


Eichenwald also made sure everyone knew he was no longer an MSNBC contributor:

In response, Kashuv accepted the apology:

Ingraham has likewise apologized to Hogg. To date, Hogg has not accepted the apology and has doubled down on his call to strip the show of advertisers.