Rep. Steve King (R-IA) spent the greater part of his end of the week deriding March For Our Lives nonconformists. On Sunday evening, King particularly assaulted 18-year-old Parkland survivor and understudy dissident Emma Gonzalez, sharing a picture of the adolescent keeping down tears as she remembered her injury before a horde of about 800,000 Saturday. “This is what you look like when you assert Cuban legacy yet don’t communicate in Spanish and overlook the way that your precursors fled the island when the autocracy transformed Cuba into a jail camp, subsequent to expelling all weapons from its natives; consequently their entitlement to self protection,” the content going with Gonzalez’s photograph perused. The Facebook post obfuscates and misconstrues what the Parkland …

“This is what you look like when you assert Cuban legacy yet don’t communicate in Spanish and overlook the way that your precursors fled the island when the autocracy transformed Cuba into a jail camp, in the wake of expelling all weapons from its subjects; henceforth their entitlement to self protection,” the content going with Gonzalez’s photograph perused.