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Parkland survivor attracted diverse factions to discussion of gun control

 

Last updated 2/28/2019 at Noon

The stage was set for Kyle Kashuv, a survivor of the massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day 2018. Banners with the words “Government Sucks” were behind the teen when he spoke to a diverse audience at Jackson High School on Tuesday, Feb. 19.

Mill Creek resident Marisa Moreno is a concerned mother of a student at Jackson High School. She was insulted by the misleading materials distributed to promote a presentation by the survivor of the 2018 massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School.

Moreno and a group of women from Moms Demand Action sat in the auditorium at Jackson High on Tuesday, Feb. 19, saying she was stunned by what she described as one-sided views fostered by a speaker brought to Mill Creek by the newest club on the high school campus, Turning Point USA (TPUSA).

“We were shocked,” Moreno told The Beacon. “What ar...



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