School Shooting Victim Marjorie Taylor Greene Condemns Her Gun-Standing

On Sunday morning, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican from Georgia, slammed school shooting survivor David Hogg for his views on guns.

After surviving a mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in 2018, Hogg became an advocate for stricter gun control measures.

People should be required to be licenced in order to buy guns, like they are required to have a licence to drive a car, hunt, or cut hair.

"Learn to be more masculine and you will appreciate how we will get our food supply when Biden's inflation makes buying food unaffordable,"

Hogg pressed the congresswoman to explain how his "classmates' rights including the second amendment were not infringed upon when they were killed in their classrooms," and she refused.

Greene responded on Twitter, detailing her own experiences with school shootings and slamming him for joining groups that advocate for stricter gun regulations.