David Hogg Keeps Getting Rejected From Colleges Even Though He’s ‘Changing the World’ – VIDEO

Young David Hogg has become one of the most prominent gun control advocates in the country. Now he’s getting rejected by colleges left and right. Hogg just successfully pushed the March For Our Lives rally in DC.

Hundreds of thousands of gun control advocates gathered at the March For Our Lives rally. There were many celebrities and student activists, including young David Hogg.

The young Parkland High School student became the poster boy for the gun control movement. This was a result of his school being attacked by a deranged gunman who killed 17.

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While speaking with TMZ, Hogg said he has received from four of the University of California campuses he applied to: UCLA, UCSD, UCSB and UC Irine. This is despite him having a 4.2 GPA and an SAT score of 1270.

Hogg voiced his displeasure while speaking with TMZ. “It’s been kinda annoying… but we’re changing the world – right now it’s too hard to focus on that.” While Hogg does not know where he will be attending college, he has been accepted at Cal Poly, Cal State San Marcos and Florida Atlantic University.

Hogg is steadfast in his belief his part of the gun control movement makes him a world hero.

“We’re still going to change the world.”

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