The media props up David Hogg, Emma Gonzales, Cameron Kasky and Alfonso Calderon as experts on gun policy with nothing but their experiences to show for it. Is this smart? Do experiences make one an authority on an issue or does study, discourse, and debate?
What about Kyle Kashuv? He's too is a Stoneman Douglas high school shooting survivor as well and while he does want something to be done about these school shootings, he's still for the Second Amendment. Does the media give his voice an equal share of the spotlight or does the media have another agenda?
And what happens when you don't agree with the recommendations of David Hogg, Emma Gonzales, Cameron Kasky and Alfonso Calderon? Well, they call you and members of the NRA child murderers.
Is this good for the public discourse? Do these figureheads of gun control have the right to say awful things to their opponents?