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"cameron caskey" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"I'm left, there are bunch of heavily publicized figures from parkland ranging from news. Emily Gonzales to the to David Hogg, obviously, Cameron Caskey, who we had on the Sunday special to talk about parkland into their bunch of these survivors, and many of them handle him. Well, some of them, don't handle him as well, but they're all kids, these are all people who are seventeen eighteen years old at the most. Well, Kyle cash was one of these people and he spends a couple of years, basically going around with various other members of the park in class and trying to school safety initiatives. So he meets with bunch of senators on both left and right. He meets the president of the United States. He becomes very prominent figure now Kyle also has impeccable academic credentials. So Kyle graduated second in his class, his classes, several hundred people he had in a weighted GPA of something like five point four and he scored fifteen fifty on his SAT's says academic credentials were for Leonardo. He applies to Harvard and he gets in, and after he gets in some of the kids, who he was on that Google private dock thread with back when he was sixteen when he said, all these terrible things decide to Nell drop all of that. And our journalistic institutions decide to go all in on this will summer who I think is one of the worst dodger artists in the media. I mean, he he does this for a living sort of trolls Twitter for moments to, to attack folks over the Daily Beast. He prints an article a couple of weeks ago is may twenty third about a month ago now called pro gun parkland team Kyle cash apologizes for inflammatory racial comments, and Kyle had gone ahead and done that he had called me after he said the stuff is resurfacing. And I said, you should come forward. You should explain to everybody that you apologize in that you never meant any of this stuff if you didn't mean any of this stuff, you should explain where you were coming from a Kyle said is that, like many sixteen year, he fell in with a group of people who are trying to shock each other? If you remember being sixteen year old boy, very often sixteen year old boys say, shocking. And terrible things to each other specifically for the fact so Kyle came out and you made a statement at the time, and we'll summer and other members of the media, covered this as though this was actual news. They covered it his actual news that a sixteen year olds stupid things in a private Google document. And then a lot of his political adversaries decided to go after him on that basis. There are also also some members of the so-called alt-right who decided to go after of some members sort of the fringy, right who decided to go after cashew, the reason being the cashew has rided the alright for their racism. He had said, racism is bad, particularly after parkland. He had said that he was not going to participate in events with people who he perceived as racist. They said, ha- back when you were sixteen you said, x is were adults attacking a kid who's seventeen eighteen years old at the time, and then they all sent these notes to Harvard admissions committee. A so cashew says all the stuff the Daily Beast reports all of this, and then Harvard gets a hold of it, and then harbor sins his admission. So here's what. Kyle explained on Twitter this morning. It's the thread Harverson. Did my acceptance three months after being admitted to Harvard class of twenty twenty three Harvard has decided to rescind, my admission over text and comments made nearly two years ago months prior to the shooting? I have some thoughts. Here's what happened a few weeks. I was made aware of and callous comments classmates. And I made privately years ago when I was sixteen years old months before the shooting in an attempt to be extremely shocking as possible. I immediately apology apologized and he did. In fact, issue in apology, by the way side note here. This is a smear job on cashew in the sense that they're bunch of other sixteen year olds in the chat, if any of their names appearing in public media. Have you seen any of the sixteen year olds who said similarly, disgusting, outrageous things? Have you seen any of them been shamed? Out of their college acceptance didn't think so it so here's the apology the cash. He the cash avert at the time..

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Stew. I just heard some amazing audio about what's his name in Florida. He was part of the the March for life. Yeah. Cameron caskey. Okay. He's one of the guys that was was one of the big movers and shakers in the March for life. You know, the kids of of of parkland, he said you really regrets what he said to Marco Rubio. And you know, he was part of the group that was like Marco Rubio, you know, you're taking money from the NRA yours want kids to die. I want you to listen to what I think is one of the bravest people. I have heard. Is especially considering his age. Here's a high school kid who is now in in parkland. You're if you're part of this you see how the media has torn apart anybody who disagrees you've seen. How people have torn the the the, you know, the the conservative kids how they've just been dismantled. And you're willing to say this listen to this interview. This summer when March for lives went on the summer tour embarked on I met that person in Texas got. Shammai atomatic weapon. To protect their family. I met fifty some odd percent of women who are pro-life even though I thought that it was preposterous. But a woman could be pro-life pro-choice. It's time. I learned that our issues politically come from a lack of understanding the perspectives. And and also just the fact that so often young young interpretive young liberal. We'll go into debate. Like, I said earlier trying to beat the other one as opposed to come to an agreement. And it's important for things to be competitive because I think competition is very important for everything. But it comes to a point where all we're doing right now is dry weather apart. I mean, the people who who are okay with Trump. Well, now forgive him for anything and the people who didn't like Trump will pretend at every single the new dodgers, pure utter evil, and and it's a direction we need to we need to head away from. So I'm working on efforts to encourage bipartisanship, or at least discussion that is not that is productive and help people avoid the mistakes that I make is this. Is this kid unbelievable? This is unbelievable. What is he saying? He saying absolutely everything that so many people are fighting against he is making the message of my book. Let's look what he did. He was part of an angry. I think almost a mob angry mob of kids that were were least portrayed on television. As all David Hogg. David, hugs. Not listening to anybody. He is full of certitude. He's right. You're wrong. No ifs, ands, or buts. This kid was part of that. And then what did he say when I was in Texas, I met that person that uses an AR to protect their family. Well, now, how did he meet that person? Do you think he met that person because they were holding up a sign that said, you kids are idiots was holding up a sign that said you have to be stopped. Works was screaming names at them was was was tweeting horrible things about these kids. I highly doubt it he met a woman who was pro-life. He said at the time. I couldn't believe a woman would be pro-life. He said I met her and I talked to her. What does that mean? That means there were reasonable conservatives. And I think we all try to be reasonable conservatives that were calm enough rational enough to find the one not to go to David Hogg. But to find the one in the group that was honestly listening. And they changed his heart. That's exactly the point.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Two issues specifically that women tend to vote for our economic security and actual physical security and something else that Trump has done an okay job of is making sure that. This is no longer in the headlines. And so I think that a couple years ago specifically during the twenty sixteen campaign, there was this fear and concern of of homegrown terror. And what where is this was you had the FBI at the time at the end of twenty fifteen saying that they were ongoing ice investigations in all fifty states. Those have definitely pared down and he's done a lot to increase national security as well. So even if there's an issue with the financial side of that security, the physical security, I think matters a lot of Americans. All right. March for our lives co founder Cameron Caskey he has quit March for our lives. Yeah, I know I wanted to end this on kind of a good note, right? It's yeah, it's a little light in the darkness. So he has regrets about some things. He said, let's watch when March for life went on this tour embarked on. I met that person in Texas who's got out Matic weapon. That's they liked to protect family. Fifty, some odd percent of women who are pro-life, even though I thought that it was preposterous that a woman could be pro-life, not pro it time. I learned that. Our issues politically come from a lack of understanding the perspectives, and and also just the fact that so often young young, conservative young liberal, we'll go into debate, like I said earlier, trying to beat the other one as opposed to come to an agreement. And then you know, that's not important for things to be competitive because I think competition is very important for everything, but it comes to a point where all we're doing right now is Dr each other apart. I mean, the people who who were okay with Trump will now forgive him for anything and the people who didn't like Trump will pretend to every single thing he does is pure utter evil, and and it's a direction we need to. We need to have away from..

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on WGTK

"Of course it was because of the school in party was because of school to prison pipeline that his fellow students were murdered because the murderer would have gone to prison for a lot of other things that he had done and he wasn't even black but it didn't matter they don't want the prison they the pipeline baby prison save lives did it ever occur to people on the left there were violent criminals who are imprisoned one of the benefits is they can't murder or or do other things terrible to people outside of prison they do terrible things in prison which by the way bothers me a great deal you know it's actually one of the only issues where i agree with the left thing to think for example i think that solitary confinement is a form of torture should be very very very very rarely used oh god he was really doctrine aided wells a leftist this kid white privilege the pipeline porn of corporate america corporate america as soon as they hit corporate america i know dealing with somebody on the left corporate man you know i have no love for big corporations they have zero values nevertheless they do a lot of good corporate america as opposed to what socialist american non corporate america tell me what countries have done well without corporations you could mean many obviously they're all totalitarian oh yeah why not hey you got parkland count student cameron caskey.

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Both Florida US Senators want states to adopt restraining order laws

Gun Talk

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Both Florida US Senators want states to adopt restraining order laws

"Com i'm gordon griffin students are marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida where seventeen people were gunned down in february so getting young americans mobilized and registered to vote will be their focus in the months to come speaking on cbs is facing asian and other sunday morning news programs student cameron caskey called young voter turnout in recent elections embarrassing florida's senators marco rubio bill nelson offer legislation to address gun violence senator marco rubio says the bill creates an incentive for the rest of the states to do with florida and five other states have already done and that is put in place strong extreme protection risk orders so that law enforcement and family members have a tool that they can use to go to court convince the judge that this person is dangerous and take away their guns before they can take away anyone's lives senator rubio together with senator bill nelson say the bill also prevents those people from buying more guns the bill was introduced following the school shootings in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington palm sunday being celebrated around the world today correspondent juliet walker reports from new york city we're one church had a donkey a donkey take part in the procession dominate comes from a petting zoo and he led this palm sunday procession down broadway in lower manhattan from saint paul's chapel to trinity church wall street there are few hundred people of all ages out here carrying crosses and palm fronds along with drummers palm sunday is the start of holy week which ends with easter at trinity church wall street i'm julie walker china's still isn't indicating what actions it may take in the trade dispute with the united states but beijing is repeating its warning that a trade war would harm all.

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Kaine questions whether Bolton can obtain full security clearance

Bob Tanem in the Garden

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Kaine questions whether Bolton can obtain full security clearance

"Sunday march for our lives organizer and high school student cameron caskey pushed back on that fearmongers they want to sell weapons by exploiting people's fears so the second we want to put commonsense regulations on these assault weapons the nra will say they are trying to steal every single one of your guns and people believe them fortunately the majority of the american people see past this vows ends of people gathered at events throughout the country in the world many of them led by students at a gathering in new york city former beatle paul mccartney spoke about the shooting death of his beatles bandmate john lennon this is what we can do so i'm here to do it one of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here so it's important to me all this palm sunday pope francis told young people to raise their voices keep shouting and not let older generations silence their idealism he said the urge to silence young people has always existed democratic senator and former vice presidential candidate tim kaine this morning strongly criticized president trump's new national security adviser john bolton i think is a disastrous pick kane says he's not sure bolton will be able to get a security clearance because of the speech he gave in russia in two thousand thirteen five tweets from president trump this morning he continues his push for a wall between the us and mexico he says it's a matter of national defense and he again said there was no collusion with russia except by crooked hillary and the dem's the south korean coastguard today wrestle one hundred sixty three people on a ferry that hit a rock off the southwestern coast the rescue happened in the same area where three hundred people died when a ferry sank in two thousand fourteen i'm christopher cruise let's get a check on the roads on talk radio five sixty.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Will mean more safety and security for our kids some of it i disagree with it most of it i i agree with like in florida they moved the the age to buy a rifle from eighteen to twenty one that's gonna go through the court system now and i think that it will probably be found to be unconstitutional but his injury says that's not really that important which important is that we allow for school resource officers you know other than just the sheriff's officer like the one who didn't go into the school and stop the shooting for four whole minutes other people like those teachers who died might have been able to be armed that's gonna change everything make sure that the entrances and exits are secured making sure that you've got an armed guard at the entrance where people have to come in to and maybe even a magnetometer and every school whatever it's gonna take let's do it but this whole game about the second amendment and so on is ridiculous by the way the clear backpacks rule was put out there and david hog this guy who's just an absolutely foul mouth kid in fact you can go to my facebook or my twitter scroll down a little bit yeah i posted the entire video he's being interviewed by somebody in somebody's kitchen and just f every other word he's foul mouthed and he seems to be clueless he's angry at the clear backpacks because he's he says it's a violation of the first amendment what no it's not now it could you could make a fourth amendment argument that the government can't you know surveilled me or or search through my stuff or see my stuff without probable cause or a warrant i mean maybe he should study the constitution more so here's a guy who along with emma gonzales and delaney tar and cameron caskey these gun control activists that have been co opted by the far left they have a problem with somebody allegedly violates the first amendment as they're out there pushing to get rid of the second amendment just to that we understand the mentality of the teenagers that are involved here and again the far left adults love it they're eating it up because now they have a.

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Trump transgender military ban: Democrats, LGBT groups are outraged, and GOP is silent

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Trump transgender military ban: Democrats, LGBT groups are outraged, and GOP is silent

"The crowd to register to vote and to continue to make a difference for change another marjory stoneman douglas high school student cameron caskey evil demand a law banning the sale of evil demand would be prohibited the sale of high capacity magazines the people demand universal background checks sandra's or beware the voters are coming elsewhere knx reporter cooper rummell is with protesters in la students have come from far and wide to join the rally i caught up with the group from santiago canyon college in orange county they pooled their resources to get transportation to downtown la we rented a bus and we all came as a group he sends they consider going to march for our lives rally closer to home but decided against the idea santa ana which isn't too far away from us we just wanted to come out to a bigger group where we felt like we'd be making more of a difference he says they hope the large crowds gathering across the country can convince those in congress to change the nation's gun laws cbs news special report i'm steve dorsey wbz news time four twenty one other news now one person is killed in a blast that put to firefighters in the hospital the middlesex da says this morning that a man this afternoon rather than a man in his fifties who was injured yesterday in an explosion at advanced vacuum systems in air has died pressure level malfunction now believed to be the cause of the blast wisconsin democratic representative mark can who is openly gay has this reaction to president trump's latest attempt to keep transgender people out of the military donald trump his try this previously most people in the military have not been supportive of this because they support people who want to serve our country honorably in many people who are transgender are doing that and have done that for this country so once again donald trump has just out of step i think trying to distract the world from the fact that he's under investigation president trump is issuing an order to ban transgenders from serving in the military except under what he calls limited circumstances wbz news time four twenty two we'll check traffic and weather together right up we have breaking news this morning to you want to know your information coming in i wanna.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The new york times the students have joined forces with a wellfinanced and energize liberal infrastructure that's been laying the foundations for years for national push for gun control that's led to criticism that their causes less spontaneous than it seems here's the quote from alan gottlieb this isn't just a few kids from parkland high school who started a national movement they've been swept up in it said gottlieb of the second amendment foundation a gun rights group the gun prohibition movement in this country is pretty organized and any time there's a tragedy they jump on it and try to get the victims to work with them according to the times such critiques infuriate the teenagers who have worked furiously since last month's massacre at their marjory stoneman douglas high school where seventeen people died here's my reese's i'm seventeen the kid says i can't rent a hotel room said cameron caskey now i quoted some stuff from cameron caskey a couple of shows back i won't go into all of that don't have time but these are kids that believe eighteen to twenty year older kids and don't want to be adults when they're eighteen i don't know what they want their lobbying for destruction of their own constitutional and civil rights and you know they have a right to do that that's fine but if you think for two seconds that these kids put this march together i had skipped coryell on the program earlier this week remember skip coming on the program skip by himself single handily with some help from his wife put together the second amendment march on washington dc in two thousand ten and it was quite an event and it was nowhere near this it took him a year and a half these kids did not figure out how to get permits didn't figure out how to do all this they didn't figure out how to get cds and democrats to give them buses trust me when i tell you this the kids.

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5 school shooting survivors featured on the cover of Time Magazine credited with starting a movement

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

5 school shooting survivors featured on the cover of Time Magazine credited with starting a movement

"Forty sixty one wbz news time to fifteen a group of teenagers who saw more than a dozen of their classmates gunned down at their school in parkland florida land a magazine cover for their work on gun control ahead of tomorrow's march for our lives rally for gun control five survivors of the stoneman douglas high shooting in parkland florida have made the cover of time magazine written across the page featuring jacqueline coren ama gonzales david hogg cameron caskey and alex wind enough in all caps time credits the five for organizing the most powerful grassroots gun reform movement in nearly two decades the question the magazine asks can these kids actually do it deborah rodriguez cbs news and coming up there's been a huge child exploitation bused across the southeast i'm jim krasula i'll have the.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Because i am standing up for my freedom you love living in a democracy don't you know 'cause i don't live in a democracy so that's why it's lasted this long frankly but these little darlings are the experts on everything where are they getting the money for this this must be you know this the funding from hollywood from tom hanks and was it steven spielberg kunis clooney yeah you said the good stuff so it's pretty heavily funded and this kid is everywhere and you just can't get away from david hog and cameron caskey and i guess they've given up on school are one of them said i forget which one but one of them said that they're not going back to school until they get gun control that was haag hug yeah so he's not going back to school until gun control happens i don't need you to go back to school i just need you to hell away quite frankly i'm tired of hearing your voice i'm tired of seeing your face i want you out of my life so just shut up can march twenty four th come and go and maybe maybe just maybe we'll never hear from you again please just travel i'm so over these little jeannie ratty ass kids who have no concept of what the constitution is about what the bill of rights guarantee and how they are only able to speak like this in this country because of those rights you little punks.

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Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

CBS 60 Minutes

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

"Like anthony's unfold quietly in hospitals after every mass shooting but what happened in parkland is different instead of retreating into their dated neighborhoods and asking for privacy for saying it was too soon to talk about guns we're about to go national all of this is about to be everywhere parkland decided it was exactly the right moment to talk about guns unless we act now it was the students who step forward i instead never again you've probably heard a lot from them over the last month but we were surprised about what they had to say about the fate of the gunman florida prosecutor announced today that he's going to seek the death penalty against nncholas crews and i just want to get your thoughts on that good good why could that he's seeking the death penalty for nick cruise i don't want to think about nick cruz i think the more we think about him the more he wins that being said i in a way i disagree with them rob forever rotten jail i wanna see him rot forever cameron just said but let me pursue the death penalty this'll be kept in the media for much longer i just don't want him to get what he wants i want him to suffer no matter what the death of one person as terrible of a personality is cannot outweigh the death of the seventeen alex wind a selfdescribed feeder geek jacqueline coren the junior class president student reporter david hog and senior emma gonzalez started what they call the never again movement in cameron caskey's living room i need to call them watching photos because there's last night in the hours after the attack filled with grief but fueled with anger and armed with their phones the teenagers got to work i they set off a firestorm of tweets many aimed at lawmakers they said yes to almost every interview request and used social media to organize a student led protest at the state capital this is about this is about moving forward with everybody in three weeks they'd convinced florida's republican governor rick scott to defy the national rifle association something that hasn't happened in florida in twenty years the new florida raises the age tobia rifle to twenty one introduces a three day waiting period on gun sales and i make more money available for mental health services give us a grade on.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"So planning right there's only a couple of i think there's a couple of schools that got together we're gonna do a walkout spring break that works oh oh yes i am so sure that the kids that don't have anything to do today at school mind you are going to stop what they're doing whatever beach there at whatever all my gosh i'm sure there's walking out happening all over the country by spring breaker absolutely to show their solidarity of course show their solidarity of course of course oh my gosh it's an excuse to not be in class of course all it is is all this is except for maybe hogwash hogwash his crew cameron caskey who's the other one emma emma gonzalez they're the big bigwigs there the bigwigs that they they're all about it it's it's a shame that is still being put up here they are really being put on the air as a as a front to what would this country is i i don't get it but okay so those were the videos on blaze radio of children walking out those of you listening on blaze radio children were walking out of schools news aerial shots of children walking out of school and this this is such a what's the word and arco i can't even think of the word i'm sure they were just in and out in seventeen minutes they've right back in yes they all bunched up there at the shut there's no way because the seventeen minutes of silence.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Hundred percent usda certified now slow mayo seaworld trey so wuss with acacia general sick gaza all right real time with bill maher we could go yesterday show a week ago friday two students the two student activist xu have gotten all the media attention the media darlings david hogg and cameron caskey now you recall that cameron caskey was the student at these cnn town hall the part of the student youth that looked at senator rubio senator marco rubio and prefaced his statement by saying when i look at you it's like looking down the barrel of an ak forty seven now if i was senator rubio i would have stopped that kid dead in his tracks it's a way we're we're wait what do you mean by that and i would have flushed it out from him and i would have gone right after him saying you know you can disagree with me on my gun policy but don't ever equate me with the murderer or any other terrorist that would murder kill victimize students or any other american i find that to be disrespectful and very offensive now you want to challenge me on any other position fine but that cameron caskey as soon as i heard that my response by first thing i said was that millennial needs to get his ask kick because clearly the kid has no respect and his parents allow this nonsense since to happen and it finally got to um the moderator jake tapper who finally when when when caskey kept mouthing off finally tapper had enough and said okay cameron undof exactly what he said you could tell he was getting a little fostered heart so this is a we could go friday the parkland student activists cameron caskey the demand for action from politicians hit it with the march we want americans to stop being afraid of demanding our politicians to take action they work for us we don't work for them and the margin.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Then a law enforcement officer sign now you ever come across one of those politicians who fills you with an uncontrollable urge to punch them in the throat and it's all about the truth about protecting our state a dividing america there's been a lot of concern about people foreign people who so division discord now we have the attorneygeneral doing precisely that this is the time to build bridges not walls when you write that by yourself to pull americans together not set us apart and like so many in the trump administration this attorney general has no regard for the truth what are you said earlier today is not true except for all the stuff that lies it is ally and but what can i say we've seen in the trump administration you know what i can't take any more just pick them up and throw him in the dumpster will you we've seen that's ever heard on tony cavs today edgar maddie my goodness gracious how we turn her to a character what are what are we have going on there we will we will bring more matti to you a day in and day out i want to know if you agree or disagree twothree 993 93 are we about to see a giant backlash and a backlash against the parkland kids now shouldn't be against the actual kids although i do think that quite a few of them a you you've seen the david haji juicing of this cameron caskey i think his name is emma i dunno her last name and and i just don't know her last night and and and uh they they become the celebrities of parkland that's a horrible way to put it i mean we can't forget we shouldn't forget.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now how does she translate all this into that world yeah it's funny i was sitting there as she sign up for twitter and you know and therefore changed spelled alice taken says she had in half the number four and then yeah within days she had that many followers it's really amazing but now i mean like when i asked her how was to go back to school again she you know the day i saw her was the day there was that shooting at um central michigan university and so what she said is that it was nice to be back at school while that happen because instead of having to drive to her friend's house to process that emotional upheaval again they could just walk down the hall and hug each other so again i think her world despite being this national figure now her world is still very much about school and her community and her friends what does she tweeting about how she utilizing instrument she's she's tweets about you know um she responds to critics on you know the students have been very clever about you know making jokes about right wing critics that claim their actors or claim they're not who they say they are claimed there being used by by politicians are older people um so she tweets about that but i think if he if part of the reason people follow her on twitter is also very um she understands gone policy all these students have now you know they understood it probably to certain extent before but now you can ask them almost anything about gun laws and they'll be able to tell you the pros and cons of particular policies and so as people are presenting different solutions to this um she's a very informed critical voice david hog is one of the students is involved in this core group he's this incidentally his dad is retired fbi agent if i have a correct and he's one of the ones that after the shooting was accused of being a crisis actors or how did he handle that that direct accusation and amine again just with saarc i mean he's you know he's not a crisis hacked their here is the care and and yeah i don't i don't know specific secondly how he addressed that so much as just they've all been rolling their eyes i mean i saw i saw a tweet from cameron caskey.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And his saying horrible things about you terrible things about your second amendment rights and the people who love the value that they're not it it's it's particularly jarring to have that s come from the mouth of a of of a child it's particularly jarring to have that come from the mouth of someone who all you want to do is hug him and lift up their family in prayer and say thank god you're alive thank god your alive to be antagonized and bullied and insulted in pilloried and condemned by these beautiful children of god who survived the shooting hits hits a really big disconnect but when you boil it down they're not saying or doing anything different than their parents would do if they were crazy lefties they they've red well from the index cards and i don't say that suggested they are scripted or that they are insincere i take a look at these kids this cameron caskey this david hong they are rich smart they are poised they have great t these skills there in may lie their future who knows and and they mean it i'm going to give him full credit and you know what else i'm going to give him every bit of latitude that i would give it on if they wanna cut everybody's in older their kids they been through this you bet they have and and i love them and god bless them and thank god they're alive but i'm going to give them the respect that i would afford an adult stepping into the arena of debate if they seek to step into the arena of debate young men young ladies come on in come on in you've proven yourselves worthy you really have and the moment you get there i'm going to address not your age not your experience but what you say and what these young men and young ladies have said uh are are horrible lies about the nra horrible slander of our people whom the nra supports and who support the nra terrible terrible insults of good people whom they just don't even understand so in this last gentleman says you know i don't think these kids understand or the other side of the debate there thirty forty fifty sixty and seventy year old walking around who don't appreciate and.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The air fifteen but certainly not all of them and the first stop that they would like to make as simply more stringent background checks and what they call common sense gun law reform their sense of urgency really comes from wanting to stop this and not from taking a side a lot of them are not even old enough to vote and at the meetings and tallahassee there were kids that identified as republicans kids identified as democrats and kids that said they had no party affiliation and they were just there because they wanna stop gun violence in ottawa necessarily identify him as the leader of the student movement in parkland but patient zero sort of his kidney cameron caskey was he the first to seek fellow travellers for an organized movement he has a lot of energy when he was little are he probably got everybody organize on the playground and he'd written a post on facebook that had gotten intention of the media said he had started giving interviews at the national news media pretty quickly so he was already out there and his living room i think is where they've been having their planning session so far and he is the author of the slogan hashtag never again that's right he said he came up with it while sitting on the toilet in his ghostbuster pajamas and he made it very clear that we could all quote him on that that's pretty charming but does that little anecdotes undercut their seriousness or actually support the notion that it's the real organic deal there really at friend that there still just can't john that that's part of the reason they shouldn't have happened to them they shouldn't have had that cowering closets while they're friends were getting shot their kids they're really open about that cameroon caskey it has ghostbuster pajamas was also the one who changed the tune originally from a broadside against republicans in their support for the nra and against gun control to opening the.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on On The Media

"They've chosen in their battles they've avoided an assault on the second amendment or even just on republicans in general who are the most vocal guardians of the second amendment how quickly did their tactics their strategy and their agenda coalesce really even in forty eight hours they had decided that they wanted to send a nonpartisan message some of them are advocating for a ban for the air fifteen but certainly not all of them and the first stop that they would like to make is simply more stringent background checks and what they call common sense gun law reform their sense of urgency really comes from wanting to stop this and not from taking a side a lot of them are not even old enough to vote and at the meetings and tallahassee there were kids that identified as republicans kids identified as democrats and kids that said they had no party affiliation they were just there because they want to stop gun violence in ottawa necessarily identify him as the leader of the student movement in parkland but patient zero sort of as a kid kidney cameron caskey was he the first to seek fellow travellers for an organized movement he has a lot of energy my name is little air he probably got everybody organized on the playground and he'd written a post on facebook that had gotten the attention of the media so he had started giving interviews at the national news media pretty quickly so he was already out there and his living room i think is where they've been having their planning session so far i'm here.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Cameron caskey student at pronin douglas high school in parkland florida one of the founders of this never again movement congratulations on what you've been able to do over the last few days and good luck thanks for talking to us tonight thank you so much we'll be right back once all the cia director mike pompeo was speaking at a public event when he was asked if he could say with certainty that the results of our last presidential election work skewed as a result of russian interference here's how he responded to that question we conducted an election that had integrity and yes the intelligence community's assessment is that the russian meddling that took place did not affect the outcome of the election nope that response is not true completely falls and as cia director he should know better he's not just like some jibril javer on tv like the we we've got is in print this is the intelligence communities january report quote we did not make an assessment of the impact that russian activities hat on the outcome of the 2016 election we did not make an assessment of that so cia director mike pompeo totally misstated stated that the cia than had to put out a statement walking back his remarks quote the intelligence assessment with regard to the russian election meddling has not changed and the director did not intend to suggest that it had that was the mic palm peio treatment of that issue in october than a few days ago it happened again.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Thank you for watching or listening to this free pond castle the young turks we want to make sure that you get some portion of the show every day but if you want a full show we sexy five segments come become a member and support independent media as well tui t network dot com slash join me while enjoy the free podcast products prime back on the answers lots of stories today soil do tweets and the next segment let's just go right over here and tell you about summing slightly positive okay so a tragedy shooting in part of a florida seventeen people dead now uh people reacting and fighting back and uh the people that are leading the charge in this case kids students including a demonstration out for white house today let me through some of the pictures uh exactly seventeen dc students lie down in front of the white house today uh obviously to protest their lack of uh any action in protecting the kids and doing any type of gun control and uh and there there are asking there the white house figure action i hope they do and one of the reasons they said that they were doing it is because they said look uh there's been basically one a school shooting uh every other day uh in the year 2018 we don't know it literally could be us tomorrow as powerful aren't now some of the students um that were in the last shooting in florida have spoken out and are continuing to speak out also saying we must take action let's go to sudan cameron caskey first prime message for the people in office is you're either with us or against us we are losing our lives while the adults are playing around and we have received endless support from your generation and we thank everybody for that immensely because we we we really appreciate it we don't need you on march 24th you're going to be seeing students in every single major city marching and we have our lives.

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"cameron caskey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cameron caskey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And emma gonzalez plus cameron caskey and jacqueline corn thanks so much to all of you for joining me and camera and all start with you you say the adults have let you down well the adults in office have let us down ups and fortunately we have a lot of support for real generations here but what we're trying to do here a march for our lives the say the adult politicians i've been playing around while my generation has been using our lives if you see what the how they treat each other in the office you see the nasty dirty things going on with them it's it's sad to think that that's what they're doing well seventeen people are being slaughtered and gunned down only yards away from where we're sitting right now and march for our lives has support from everybody and at the end of the day this isn't a red and blue thing this isn't democrats and republicans this is about everybody and how we are begging for our lives and you're getting support but we need to make real change here and that's exactly what we're going to do so emma what is the plan you say you want to spark a national movement it's one thing to talk about it it's another thing to actually make it happen what are you going to do well what we have set up right now we have a website march for our lives were going to be doing a march in march on washington where we get students all over the country are going to be joining us these kids are going to make this difference because the adults let us down and at this point i don't even know if they're the adults in power who are funded by the nra already basically need them anymore because they're are going to be gone by midterm election there's there's barely any time for them to save their skins and if they don't turn around right now and state they're open support for this movement they're going to be left behind because you are either with us or against us at this point we are given a lot of the politicians you feel neglected by a queen sleep because that's the past understand that but for iran we are creating a badge of shame for any politicians who are.

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