The National Rifle Association has launched a new social media campaign called the #WearOrange. The goal of the campaign, in a nutshell, is to poke fun of Everytown for Gun Safety's "Wear Orange to End Gun Violence" campaign and remind anti-gunners that hunters have worn bright orange for years.
?? NRA SOCIAL GOING ORANGE: While Everytown for Gun Safety has devoted close to no resources to making citizens safer, the NRA continues to be the world's leading gun safety organization since 1871. ?? Send us pics in your orange hunting and NRA gear to be featured. #wearorange pic.twitter.com/16cE7srlZo— NRA (@NRA) June 1, 2018
It wasn't long before Parkland survivor David Hogg chimed in...and thanked the NRA.
He then quickly followed it up with a tweet that blasted the gun rights group.
And then he made another demand (or as he calls it, an "ask").
As I now forced NRA member with multiple memberships I ask @DLoesch to please support Universal Background Checks. 80% of us NRA members support universal Background checks, so why don’t you?.— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) June 1, 2018
Dana Loesch did not respond to Townhall's request for comment.