Anti-Gun Activist Cemeron Kasky Backs Out of Debate for “Personal” Reasons

It seems the gun-control activist Cemeron Kasky isn’t in to debating his beliefs.

Using the lame excuse of a “personal” attack, Kasky backed out of a debate he initially agreed to with pro-Second Amendment student Kyle Kashuv.

Kasky tweeted why he chickened out:

“Kyle, I’ve enjoyed my discussion about gun laws with you so far, but after seeing this, I think I’m out. For personal reasons. I disagree on certain policies with some family members of some victims, but I never go after them, especially not like this. This is low.”

Kashuv replied with an apology for the tweet in a very classy manner, however his initial argument was very polite for the political discussion.

Unlike Kasky’s comments which have been similar to the likes of David Hogg, which we all know he has quite the potty mouth.

The Daily Wire reports: Kasky has repeatedly employed personal attacks in his promotion of gun control, including infamously comparing Marco Rubio to the Parkland shooter at CNN’s gun control town hall, suggesting NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch wanted his classmates dead and the NRA “loves” Sandy Hook and Columbine, and declaring that Rubio and Florida Gov. Rick Scott have blood on their hands: “It’s Rick Scott and Marco Rubio who allowed this to happen,” he said. “They’re enablers, and they — the blood of 17 people and all those injured and all the families that have been hurt — this is all them.”


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