As Twitchy reported earlier, Parkland shooting survivor and Second Amendment advocate Kyle Kashuv was questioned at school Monday after posting photos and videos of himself at the gun range with his father and a shooting instructor over the weekend.

Kashuv reported that an armed school resource officer and a second security officer began questioning him intensively, “aggressively asking questions about who I went to the range with, whose gun we used, about my father, etc.” That’s when a third officer from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office walked in and began asking the same questions again.

National security lawyer Bradley P. Moss responded with this hot take:

Um …

That was one fantastic mic drop. Adjourned.

Oh wait, Moss wasn’t done.

We know whom not to call when we need a lawyer.

Did he just say, people who “don’t want law enforcement to ever come near them”?

Gee … is it possible that something that happened pretty recently that showed Kashuv and the country that certain law enforcement officers maybe were sitting on their hands when immediate action was demanded? Ring any bells?

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Update:

All’s well that ends well, although we give full credit to Kashuv for keeping things classy.

 


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