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Laura Ingraham Mocks Parkland School Shooting Survivor Over College Rejections — But He Gets The BEST Revenge!

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Laura Ingraham — what are you doing, girl???

The Fox News host has been mocking one of the student survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida last month for — get this — not getting into some of the colleges he applied to this year.

What kind of an adult would do that to a kid — any kid — much less a schools shooting survivor???

Related: Rick Santorum Inserts His Small Brain Into The School Shooting Realm…

Ingraham took to Twitter this week to call out David Hogg for being rejected from UCLA and a couple other schools by sharing this tweet (below):

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Fuck You ALL OVER AGAIN, Rick Santorum!

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Wait. Why is Rick Santorum still a thing?

Didn't we as a society decide we were done with him? And didn't we collectively laugh when Dan Savage literally smeared his name by turning it into the term for lube mixed with fecal matter??

OMG, if you don't even remember who he is anymore, that is totally real. LOOK!

Photos: Celebrities Take To The Streets In Solidarity With The March For Our Lives Protests

Well, apparently now he's a CNN commentator, and on Sunday's State Of The Union, the former Senator and failed Presidential candidate reminded us simultaneously of his existence and his horribleness.

In a discussion about the amazing teens leading the charge against gun violence with the massive March For Our Lives, this piece of shit actually said:

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'You Make Me Proud Of My Country Again': George Clooney Writes Moving Letter To Parkland Students

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On the eve of the March For Our Lives protest against gun violence, George Clooney is giving students one last bit of advice.

The Ocean's 11 star, who donated an amazing $500,000 to the march already, was asked by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students for an interview.

See, Emma Dowd, Lauren Newman, and Rebecca Schneid, who edit the school newspaper, The Eagle Eye, were given the opportunity to guest edit The Guardian to cover the protest.

Related: Here's What You Need To Know For March For Our Lives!

They asked George to give them an interview (they got ones with Bernie Sanders and Marco Rubio), but he told them while he and Amal Clooney will be marching in support, he doesn't feel it's right for adults to take the stage anymore.

Read his inspiring words (below):

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This GOP Lawmaker Actually Thinks High School Students SHOULD Bring Guns To School!

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We swear, this is not a parody! Some Republicans are really just this daft!

During the National Walkout Day on Wednesday, Ohio state Representative Niraj Antani seemed to one-up Donald Trump's NRA-friendly plan to arm teachers by tweeting in response to his political opponent:


And then, shockingly:

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Students Across The Country Are Protesting For Gun Reform During National Walkout Day — See The Powerful Posts & Pics!

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Enough thoughts and prayers — these teens are ready to take action!

Waves of high school students across the country marched out of class on Wednesday to demand stricter gun laws in hopes of putting an end to school massacres once and for all.

This unprecedented National Walkout Day, which kicked off at 10 a.m. EST and will continue across the states at 10 a.m. local time, was sparked by the Parkland, Florida school shooting and fueled by the fire and fury of its articulate survivors.

Video: Jake Paul Weighs In On… Gun Control!?

The protest was initially supposed to be 17 minutes of silence — one minute for each of the victims gunned down in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Valentine's Day massacre — but students are opting to stay out of class for much longer to rally for change.

These teens are so undeterred, even the threat of being suspended won't stop them from hitting the pavement to call on Congress to pass stricter, "common sense" gun control laws.

Let's hope they don't get bored anytime soon, because they still have a long fight ahead of them against the NRA-butt-sniffing GOP.

Ch-ch-check out some of the powerful reactions, images, and clips from #StudentsStandUp (below)!

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Jake Paul Weighs In On Gun Control(!?) With A Serious Video Interviewing Parkland Survivors & Marco Rubio!

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Gun reform has been a trending topic ever since the wake of the Parkland school shooting, a tragedy that brought a handful of its telegenic teen survivors to the forefront of the media.

As this movement gains momentum, there are ripple effects that the more cynical observers have to endure for the sake of the expanding conversation — like, for example, Jake Paul going from a douche-bro YouTube prankster to douche-bro gun control activist.

The vlogger, best known for annoying his neighbors to the point of a civil lawsuit, decided to tackle the serious subject of school shootings in a new, Barbara Walters exclusive-style video.

Related: Parkland Survivor Received DEATH THREATS From NRA Supporters!

Sure, we'd expect a young man of his caliber to claim he would have run in unarmed to save the students, or pitch the idea of arming teachers (nope, that's just our dumbass president!), but instead, Paul actually went down to Florida to speak with the Parkland survivors, local officials, and even Senator Marco Rubio.

While the 21-year-old didn't exactly bring the fire to his interviews — his hardest hitting question to Rubio was,

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#WhatIf It Was Your Kids???

Students gearing up for the March 24 March For Our Lives are not wasting any time.

Leading up to the event, some from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are posting these #WhatIf videos to open the conversation about gun control.

Watch (above), get inspired, and post your own!

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