Kyle Kashuv, on the left, the Second Amendment to support the students in the Parkland, Fla., high school, requested a debate with the March for Our lives organizer Cameron Kasky.
Kyle Kashuv, a Second Amendment to support the students in the Parkland, Fla., high school, was the site of the shooting massacre last month, on Sunday, called on a classmate, the in the organization of the pro-gun control March for Our lives, based on a quote from Fox News.
The event organizer, Cameron Kasky, was responding to a claim in a recent National Rifle Association (NRA) video that “no one would know, [Parkland students] name” had not died your classmates.
“I think this is the pathetischste what I’ve seen, maybe even the beating of the crisis actors. And that is the NRA – you will find that you can’t attack our argument, so they attack us personally. The fact that you say that all we want to, except this is for people who know our name. You have no idea how much each of us would give for it in the February 13 and again,” Kasky Fox News Sunday,” referencing the day before the massacre said “.
.@cameron_kasky said, “I think this is the pathetischste what I’ve seen?… You can’t attack, then our argument, so they attack us personally.”
Happy to debate you live tomorrow, so we can dissect each other’s arguments. Interested?
No personal insults allowed here
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) March 25, 2018
“Happy to debate you live tomorrow, so we can be each other’s arguments to dissect. Interested? No personal insults allowed here,” Kashuv tweeted to Kasky.
We will have a debate in the near future.
— Cameron Kasky (@cameron_kasky) March 25, 2018
Kasky replied that he would be interested in organizing a debate, “in the near future.”
The “March for Our lives” event on Saturday, huge crowds of people moved into the cities across the country. In Washington, DC, New York City, Denver, Los Angeles and other cities, demonstrators, the survivors of the last month heard of students to shoot at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The gunman killed 17 people and injured 17 more.
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Speaking of Fox News’ Chris Wallace, Kasky said that the argument of the NRA and Kashuv that the support of the March for Our lives “don’t really know what they are marching”, a fallacy.
“We are not only marching to the end of the school violence. We March for an end to the violence in the whole country, because that’s not where it happens,” Kasky said, affirming, “that we try to put all the weapons away.”
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Kasky call for “common sense” to include, among other things, the issue of mental health checks and gun owners, age 21 and older. He said that assault weapons should be completely prohibited, but smaller weapons for protection could be sold under better regulations.
Kashuv to speak to anyone who was not invited to take part in the main demonstration in Washington on Saturday, told Fox News’ Leland Vittert on “America’s News HQ” trump “concerns about the stop of violence in schools,” in spite of all claims to its opposition.
Fox News’ Katherine Lam, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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