Gun control activist David Hogg declared on Twitter that he does not plan to have any children and would rather get a Porsche and dogs.
Hogg, who was a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in 2018 when an individual perpetrated a mass shooting at the school, also claimed that the U.S. esteems firearms more than kids' lives and he would not want to raise children in America.
"Like yes kids are nice but most people can't afford them so it's nice to have friends with one but not have one yourself. Pets are the affordable version of kids today for Millennials and Gen Z" he wrote, adding that "Plants are now the more affordable pets." He claimed that "having kids and properly raising them in America has become a luxury for the fortunate few."
"Like me? I'm never planning on having kids. I would much rather own a Porsche and have a Portuguese water dog and golden doodle. Long term it's cheaper, better for The environment and will never tell you that it hates you or ask you to pay for college," Hogg tweeted. "Also BIG reason I will never have kids in the US- I refuse to raise kids in a country that values f****** guns over children's lives," he wrote.
In response to Hogg's declaration that he would prefer to get a sports car and dogs instead of having kids, "Fox & Friends Weekend" cohost Will Cain remarked, "This is legitimately sad. What a self absorbed unfulfilled existence. And this is a person some turn to for wisdom. SAD!"
"The ultimate in nihilistic self absorption," tweeted Miranda Devine, author of the book, "Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide."
"We find your terms acceptable," Kira Davis of RedState tweeted. "Also...this makes me wonder what kind of conversations David is having with his parents? I've never had a child of mine tell me they hate me. Is this standard practice in the Hogg home?"
Hogg has noted that he thinks President "Joe Biden is probably the most successful president at advancing his policy agenda since LBJ."