David Hogg has a new career. If you can’t get enough of the Parkland teen’s words of wisdom, you’re in luck. He’s writing a book.
He was rejected from a slew of colleges, but who cares? He doesn’t need to go college, he’s the self-styled voice of a generation. Liberals are fawning over him like he’s a new puppy. His book will probably fly off of the shelves.
#NeverAgain is the work of Hogg and his sister Lauren Hogg. The siblings have signed a deal with Random House. Their book is going to be released in June. The media isn’t even waiting to read it to begin praising it.
“The book will explore their efforts taking on some of the most powerful forces in Washington and beyond, and will detail their commitment to new legislation aiming to prevent future tragedies,” Entertainment Weekly writes.
The Hoggs are turning into political superstars. They attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and spouted a lot of anti-gun talking points in the aftermath of February’s horrific shooting.
“In times of struggle and tragedy, we can come together in love and compassion for each other,” David Hogg said in a statement.
“We can see each other not as political symbols, but as human beings. And then, of course, there will be times when we simply must fight for what is right.”
Lauren Hogg, meanwhile, added: “It’s amazing to see that so much love can come from so much loss… But from our loss, our generation will create positive change.”
David Hogg’s fame increased recently after he got into a spat with Laura Ingraham. She mildly ribbed him about getting rejected from a few colleges and he went ballistic. The left decided en masse that Hogg was a delicate angel and criticizing him is an unforgivable evil. Ingraham is still dealing with the fallout.
Will you buy the Hogg’s new book?
(Source: Entertainment Weekly)