Kyle Kashuv has been very busy meeting with policy-makers and leaders on BOTH sides of the aisle over the past few weeks looking at actual legislation that could be a solution for gun violence without punishing millions of legal gun-owners who had nothing to do with the horrible tragedy that took place at his high school.
Here he is meeting with Ben Carson:
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) March 13, 2018
The more people who are informed, the better decisions can be made for all involved.
Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this out …
Which is probably why this ‘comedian’ didn’t really get it.
How much that couch cost, boo?
— Alex Edelman (@AlexEdelman) March 15, 2018
HA HA HA. We get what he’s trying to say here, Carson has made some poor choices about furnishings but c’mon, leave the kid alone. If you need to make a joke about Carson, don’t do it at Kyle’s expense.
Isn’t that the rule? We’re supposed to leave these kids alone?
Luckily Kyle handled himself just fine:
From a comedian, I expected better. Awful joke https://t.co/n8NKImYISF
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) March 15, 2018
From the mouths of babes.
Do you often find yourself being an A** to a victim of a school shooting?
— Tawnee (@TawneeCowan) March 15, 2018
Hey, it’s ok when they do it.
I remember when the left said “when they go low, we go high”. What happened? We should be embracing both side on this issue.
— Susan E (@VFL_Susan) March 15, 2018
The Left lost, that’s what.
Comedy on the left is really just propaganda. Applause and laugh tracks are not the reaction real comedy gets. I'm looking at you @jimmykimmel
— Beary Taint 🐻7🐻 (@nobullshytt) March 15, 2018
They’ve lost their ability to be funny because they’re too busy being sore losers.
Which is actually funnier than anything they can say or write these days when you think about it.
Lol, the comedian got #REKT and it isn't even noon
— Scott (@MkUSASteakAgain) March 15, 2018
And to think, this website is still free.