Laura Ingraham apologized for a rude tweet about David Hogg’s inability to get into the college of his choice, and, as may be expected of someone who’s demonstrated both childishness and leftism, he refused to graciously accept.
Instead, he opportunistically coming up instead with a counter-demand for more apologies on unrelated matters, ahead of yet another counter-demand for more groveling if Ingraham were to be naïve enough to follow that, which I trust she won’t.
It was done with Hogg’s full knowledge that his “friend (“asking for a friend“), who “wanted” and probably came up with the swift list of Ingraham’s advertisers, had begun pulling ads from Ingraham’s Fox News show. At least a dozen of them pulled out in a show of solidarity for Hogg’s hurt feelings over his inability to get into the college of his choice.
The immaturity shown here sends a signal now to the public as to why he otherwise inexplicably didn’t get into the college of his choice.
Can you see how this guy would act if he didn’t get the grade of his choice from his professor at one of these places if he somehow were to be allowed in?
What if he didn’t get the girlfriend of his choice or the dorm of his choice, or the honors roll of his choice or the school paper’s editor job?