Kyle Kashuv, a Second Amendment-supporting student at the Parkland, Fla., senior high school that was the site of the shooting massacre last month, on Sunday required a debate with a classmate whom helped organize the pro-gun manage March for Our Lives, based on the quote made to Fox News.
The particular organizer, Cameron Kasky, was addressing a claim in a recent Nationwide Rifle Association (NRA) video, that will “no one would know [Parkland students’] names” had their class mates not died.
“I think that’ s i9000 the most pathetic thing I’ ve seen out of this… And that’ s i9000 the NRA — you’ lmost all notice, they can’ t strike our argument, so they’ lso are attacking us personally. The fact that they’ re saying all we want from this is for people to know our titles. They have no idea how much each of all of us would give for it to be February 13th again, ” Kasky told “Fox News Weekend, ” referencing your day before the massacre.
“Happy to debate you live the next day so we can dissect each other artists arguments. Interested? No personal insults allowed here, ” Kashuv messaged to Kasky.
Kasky responded that he’d be interested in arranging a debate “in the near future. inch
The particular “March for Our Lives” events upon Saturday drew massive crowds within cities across the country. In Washington, G. C., New York City, Denver, Los Angeles along with other cities, demonstrators heard from college student survivors of last month’s capturing at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Senior high school. The gunman killed 17 individuals and wounded 17 more.
Talking with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, Kasky said that the argument from the NRA and Kashuv, that those supporting the particular March for Our Lives movement “truly don’t know what they’re marching to get, ” is a fallacy.
“We are not simply marching to end school violence. We have been marching to end violence all over the country, since that’s where it happens, inch Kasky said, reiterating that “we are not trying to take everybody’s weapons away. ”
Kasky’ s call for “common sense” regulations include issuing psychological health checks and having weapon owners be age 21 and old. He said assault weapons must be completely banned, but smaller weapons used for protection could be sold below better regulations.
Kashuv, who wasn’t asked to speak at the main demo in Washington on Saturday, informed Fox News’ Leland Vittert on “America’s News HQ” that will Trump “does care about stopping college violence, ” despite what their opposition claims.
Fox News’ Katherine Lam and The Associated Press led to this report.