MOMMY & DADDY: Disgusting Hollywood Stars Create Permission Slips For National School Walkout

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A handful of students have walked out of class today and they used the deaths from the Columbine High School m******e as their excuse to cut their studies and act like they’re doing it for a good cause. The protest-like event was nationally orchestrated and labeled as “National School Walkout” but it was a horrible failure as most students stayed in class to further their education.

Since this was a liberally charged Democrat event, there was, of course, a few Hollywood celebrities chiming in and offering their two cents. In particular, actor Robert DeNiro and actress Julianne Moore took the lead roles of “Mommy and Daddy” as they pandered to teeny-boppers in their hopes to gather more social media likes to their already inflated accounts that probably include numerous fake accounts and bots.

DeNiro and Moore wrote, “#ExcuseMe” letters that they thought students could use as a note to be excused from school so they could participate in the “National School Walkout.” It was a hilarious gesture, but it seemed to have fallen flat. Critics took to social media to laugh about the notes, reminding people that students belong in class where they can learn something that allows them to be a hardworking taxpayer in the future, not someone who will grow up to be the type who spends their life going to marches and protesting, accomplishing nothing with their entire existence.

Here are the #ExcuseMe letters. The only thing principals might say is ‘excuse me, but get back to class!”

Here are the hilarious replies from people who criticized the letters from “Mommy and Daddy.” There was not that many replies, mostly because this was an epic fail and it was probably embarrassing to be a high school student who is still pandered to by the ‘acting’ Mommy and Daddy in DeNiro and Moore. It’s like they’re fishing in a barrel for future Democrat voters, but they came up rather empty on this expedition.

Daily Wire reported more on the hilarious role of “Mommy and Daddy” played by DeNiro and Moore: “Hollywood stars decided there was a new role for them to play: playing parents of children they don’t even know by offering permission slips for them to ditch school and champion g*n control.

Actor Robert DeNiro issued his version on Monday, with a letter tweeted by National School Walkout which offered a blank space for the student to fill in their own name. National School Walkout wrote triumphantly, “Need an #ExcuseMe letter for the # NationalSchoolWalkout? Here’s an excellent one from Robert DeNiro.”

DeNiro has a long history of promoting g*n control; in 2012 he told New York magazine, “One thing that there should be is some regulation of g**s. … It’s crazy how almost anyone can get access to a g*n. … The CDC can’t even do a study because the NRA stopped it. The CDC works for us! How can the NRA stop that? What kind of absurd logic is that?”

Earlier this month, DeNiro told Indiewire, “The people that I care about are those young people who demonstrated. They’re the future. They know. They say, ‘We’ll remember in November.’ They’re the ones that feel the way we do, not the way the g*n lovers and the NRA do, with all that idiocy to the point of absurdity.”

Moore founded the Creative Council for Everytown for G*n Safety in 2015. Speaking of her work there, she has said, “You know, people like to talk about it as if it’s a Second Amendment issue. It’s a safety issue.”

In the end, DeNiro may not care that the students miss classes because he dropped out of high school at the age of 16. Moore got a bachelor’s degree in theater from Boston University.”

In most schools, protesting is probably not an acceptable excuse to miss class.

Students who participated in the walkout probably used it to get out of class.

The rest stayed in class to get their “learn on” and do something productive with their life while the protesting students will most likely be left behind and begging for $15 an hour when they’re 35-years-old.

If you’re a parent, then would you allow your child to skip school to protest their own rights? if you’re a teacher or principal, then would you accept this fake excuse letter from a Hollywood celebrity? It’s not like they wrote it and handed it directly to the child, not that it would matter if they did.


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