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‘Go To China To See Gun Control’: Immigrant Slams David Hogg

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David Hogg

A Chinese immigrant candidate for U.S. Congress criticized prominent gun control advocate David Hogg during a gun control debate.

Gun control

She suggested that Hogg should visit communist China to witness the consequences of strict gun control policies firsthand.

Lily Tang Williams

Lily Tang Williams, a Republican candidate in New Hampshire’s 2nd Congressional District, directly addressed Hogg during the event held at Dartmouth College.

Chinese immigrant

“I am a Chinese immigrant who survived communism,” she began. “And under Mao, 40 million people were starving to death after he sold the communism to them.”

20 million people

“And 20 million people died, murdered, during his cultural revolution,” she continued.

Tyrannical government

“So my question to you, David, is that can you guarantee me, a gun owner, tonight, our government in the U.S., in D.C., will never, never become a tyrannical government?” she asked. “Can you guarantee that to me?”

Hogg admitted

“There’s no way I can ever guarantee that any government will not be tyrannical,” Hogg admitted.

Debate is over

“Well, then the debate on gun control is over because I will never give up my guns,” she responded.

China

“Never. Never. And you should go to China to see how gun control works for dictatorship of the CCP.”

Against communists

Another Chinese immigrant who has spoken out against communists, Xi Van Fleet, responded by writing: “David Hogg you need to learn some real history from survivors of Communism.”

College campuses

Williams responded to the incident: “I love to see more open discussions & debates on our college campuses. Even though I disagree with David, but we shook hands at the end respectfully.”

Research

“I urge him to do some research on Mao’s Red Guards. I am hoping someday, he will get it.”

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