Pro-gun Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tuesday the enraging story of being questioned at school after posting a video of him shooting guns with his father.
“It was a clear attempt to intimidate me,” Kashuv said. “And they used very, very, very harsh intimidation tactics. I mean, at the end of the day, I went shooting with my dad at a gun range. I did everything peacefully–I went shooting with my dad, and I did absolutely nothing wrong. I mean, I posted a video of me showing my admiration for the Second Amendment and telling people to educate themselves about the Second Amendment because we can’t trust our government to defend ourselves.”
Later in the segment Kashuv said, “I asked them, I was like, ‘Did I do anything wrong?’ They said ‘No, you’re not a threat.’ So why are they calling down me? Why are they calling down me? Is every single individual going to a gun range going to be called down?”
“What is the end to it? Because it’s a clear road to tyranny,” he added.