It was revealed that there are at least two student survivors of the Valentine’s Day massacre who have been receiving death threats.
According to the mother of David Hogg, her family has received death threats.
Rebecca Boldrick, Hogg’s mother, explained that since her son appeared on tv to call for stricter gun laws, conspiracy theorists have been attacking her son.
She then went on to explain that since the conspiracy theories, her family now receives death threats online.
Boldrick stated, “I’m under so much stress.”
She continued, “I’m angry and exhausted. Angry, exhausted and extremely proud.”
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Conspiracy theorists have gone after Hogg since he stated that his father was a retired FBI agent. They claimed that he was coached before his interviews.
However, Hogg has spoken out against these claims, saying that he’s not a “crisis actor.”
Hogg isn’t the only student survivor that has been receiving death threats.
Cameron Kasky also revealed he received death threats. Kasky is another student survivor who was seen slamming Marco Rubio during CNN’s town hall for taking money from the NRA. For him, the death threats got so bad that he decided to get off of Facebook temporarily.
On Wednesday, Kasky wrote, “Temporarily got off Facebook because there’s no character count so the death threats from the @NRA cultists are a bit more graphic than those on twitter.” He continued and wrote that he will be back when he has time for it.
Temporarily got off Facebook because there’s no character count so the death threats from the @NRA cultists are a bit more graphic than those on twitter. Will be back when I have the time for it. Busy getting my feelings hurt by fellow teenagers at Br**tb*rt
— Cameron Kasky (@cameron_kasky) February 21, 2018
Since the shooting, many survivors of the shooting have spoken out against gun violence. They have even planned a March of Our Lives event on March 24th in Washington D.C.
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