Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv took Piers Morgan to task on Wednesday's episode of "Good Morning Britain."
Morgan asked Kashuv about gun control in America and compared gun laws in Britain to that of the United States but Kashuv was quick-witted and loaded with hard facts that kept Morgan on his toes.
Arming teachers, raising the age limit for firearm purchases, deaths in the U.K versus deaths in the U.S., and the failures of law enforcement were all topics for discussion with Morgan and co-anchor Susanna Reid.
Kashuv argued calmly and logically, unlike his peers.
Putting fake narratives to bed is fun. https://t.co/4MCbfOlXgh— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv)1521344830.0
Morgan made the case for raising the age limit for firearm purchases but Kashuv quipped back almost immediately arguing that a mother in her 20s should be able to arm herself and protect her children if she feels the need to do so.
According to Gallup: "By 56% to 41%, Americans are more likely to say the government should change laws related to… https://t.co/i0FQdkZE5A— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv)1521491671.0
"Why can't a 20-year-old single mother be able to defend her children?" asserted Kashuv. "Raising the age from 18 to 21 won't solve the problem."
"Do you understand though, in a country like Britain, where we don't really have any guns, we look at this and we say, 'Why wouldn't you want to do at least something?' asked Morgan.
Morgan also attributed the decline in gun deaths in Britain to stricter gun control laws but didn't get too far with that assertion.
See the exchange above and Pat's reaction.