Hogg: ‘I’m Changing the World, but the Universities That Rejected Me Can’t See My Awesomeness’

Several universities rejected the snotty egotistical pouf.  Just wait until employers start turning him down.

Via Breitbart

Tuesday during an interview with TMZ’s Harvey Levin, gun control proponent and Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg said it was “annoying” he has been rejected by all the University of California campuses that he’d submitted college admissions applications for, but he will continue to “change the world.”

TMZ reported Hogg submitted applications to UCLA, UCSD, UCSB and UC Irvine.

Hogg said, “It’s not been too great for me and some of the other members in the movement, like Ryan Deitsch. We got rejected from UCLA, I got rejected from UCLA and UCSD, so it’s been kind of annoying having to deal with that, and everything else that’s been going on, but at this point, it’s, you know, we’re changing the world. We’re too busy. Right now it’s too hard to focus on that.”

……He added, “It is, it is absolutely disappointing. But at this point, we’re already changing the world. If colleges want to support us in that, great. If they don’t, it doesn’t matter. We’re still going to change the world.”


The kid’s 15 minutes are almost up.  Time to focus on a real job because his usefulness as a media darling will fade and he’ll have to keep thinking of ways to stay in the limelight. He could get a steady job as a crisis actor on CNN.  A more likely scenario: in 10 years, he’ll appear on “Where are They Now”, when they catch up to him living in his cardboard box under a bridge.


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