Florida shooting survivor calls on Melania Trump to control her step-son (video)


A 14 year old survivor of the Florida school shooting used social media to call on first lady Melania Trump to stop President Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., from cyber bullying her family.

“Hey @FLOTUS you say that your mission as First Lady is to stop cyber bullying, well then, don’t you think it would have been smart to have a convo with your step-son @DonaldJTrumpJr before he liked a post about a false conspiracy theory which in turn put a target on my back,” Lauren Hogg wrote Friday.

Conspiracy theorists have accused Lauren’s brother, David, of being “coached” by their father, a former FBI agent, to call for stricter gun regulations. David Hogg has also been accused of being a paid “crisis actor.”

According to The Washington Examiner, Lauren and David’s mother, Rebecca Boldrick, told reporters that her family has begun receiving death threats as a result of the conspiracy theories circulating online.

Lauren further complained that Trump Jr.’s actions have led others think it’s okay to call her family “horrific things that constantly re-victimizes us and our community.”

“I’m 14 I should never have had to deal with any of this and even though I thought it couldn’t get worse it has because of your family,” she wrote.

Lauren’s tweets came in response to Trump Jr. having “liked” two tweets earlier this week that promoted the conspiracy theories about her brother and her father. He approved of a similar tweet a day after the mass shooting that appeared to blame the FBI for the massacre.

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