Democrats Now Using One Of The Parkland Teens For Fundraising

The left has been exploiting survivors of the Parkland shooting to push gun control on national news for two weeks. Now one of the teens is even signing fundraising letters for the Democratic Party. Can Democrats go any lower than this? It’s truly disgraceful.

The Daily Caller reports:

Parkland Survivor Writes DNC Fundraising Letter

One Parkland shooting survivor is now using the mass shooting to fundraise for the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

In the letter, which the DNC blasted out via email on Friday, Marjory Stoneman Douglas senior Sara Imam cited her classmate’s deaths as reason to support Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections.

“If you’re with me and other Stoneman Douglas survivors, add your name to commit to vote this fall — it’s the only way we’ll do something about gun violence in our country,” Imam writes, urging people to “Help elect Democrats who will take action on gun violence.”

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Recipients are encouraged to sign a petition pledging to vote for Democrats in the fall, but are required to give the DNC their address, zip code, phone number and email address in order to sign the petition. Anyone who signs the petition is immediately directed to a donation page to give money to the DNC.

See the tweet below:

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This is just further proof that for the left, this isn’t about stopping school shootings. It’s purely about politics.


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