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Gun control campaigner David Hogg says ‘unstable’ Marjorie Taylor Greene is security risk to Congress

Gun control activist David Hogg – one of the survivors of the Parkland school shooting – has said that Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is unstable and should not have access to firearms. Mr Hogg appeared on The Young Turks to discuss gun control in the US. During his appearance, Mr Hogg said that he did not believe that "unstable" people should be able to access firearms like the AR-15 rifle. He included Ms Greene among them. "I don't think somebody like Marjorie Taylor Green, who is clearly unstable, should have access to a weapon like an AR-15 -...
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Parkland Shooting Survivors David Hogg and Sam Fuentes on 'Us Kids' Documentary

"Us Kids", the documentary that followed survivors of the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, begins streaming this week. Former students turned gun control activists Sam Fuentes and David Hogg talked to Cheddar about the film. Fuentes, who was shot three times, said the project gave her a chance to remind people that there are real lives behind the shocking headlines. "There's no vendetta or anything here. We really just don't want people to die from gun violence anymore," said Hogg.
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David Hogg on His Surreal Run-In With Marjorie Taylor Greene and America’s Gun Crisis

David Hogg’s just finished his finals. It’s been three years since the Harvard sophomore took part in Us Kids—director Kim A. Snyder’s documentary capturing the aftermath of the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida—and co-founded March For Our Lives with his fellow survivors. They spent the summer after losing 17 of their classmates traveling the country pleading with lawmakers to stop accepting money from the NRA and encouraging people to vote. Now, with the country emerging from a yearlong quarantine and shootings on the rise, the question is: What’s changed?