Hmm, does the way that “D” is written look familiar:
Can you guess where we’re going next? pic.twitter.com/hQ58aFm29w
— National Die-In (@NationalDieIn) June 13, 2018
David Hogg isn’t giving away anything, except some promotional effort:
It’s D for die in https://t.co/YAYt7dv8uB
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) June 13, 2018
Kyle Kashuv has a different theory on what the letter stands for:
Actually it's "D" for dumb. As in this is a dumb idea. https://t.co/jt0BLRkWzd
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 13, 2018
Ouch! Also, isn’t that the same David Hogg who recently tweeted “All politics is spectacle and I hate it”? Yes it is.
Ruining the expensive vacations of hard-working American families and scaring their children is sure to win over hearts and minds. #Disney #DisneyWorld @NationalDieIn
— Christie (@RepRepublic) June 13, 2018
Yeah, let's ruin people's family vacations. That'll win hearts and minds. https://t.co/UR7Oj01YYj
— Nate Madden (@NateMaddenCRTV) June 13, 2018
This is messed up. I would say that 90% of people going to Disney are family's with little kids. Disney has very strict rules and to try and enact a protest in the parks would be stupid. You would get kicked out almost instantly. It would cause a great disturbance too. https://t.co/fwMPKQU7KZ
— White_Hate_Watch_cat (@WhiteHateWatch1) June 13, 2018
Funny that all these die-ins are at places where no one has ever been shot. Why not go to high crime areas to protest gun violence where guns are used the most? I wonder ? https://t.co/OwogTIkxUL
— Bryan C (@TheRealCPU) June 13, 2018
Staging a “die-in” at Disney to scare little kids into agreeing with you is disgraceful. https://t.co/9Yp7sPURAE
— Ryan Saavedra ?? (@RealSaavedra) June 13, 2018
Traumatizing children on vacation to own the cons https://t.co/ly9ucK5ExR
— proud independent #renewtimeless (@mtoni93) June 13, 2018
If they’re trying to win people over they’re doing it wrong.
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