Jordan Klepper Chats with Parkland Mass Shooting Survivors Carly Novell and Delaney Tarr on ‘The Opposition’

Here’s a clip from last night’s Opposition, where Jordan Klepper talks with Carly Novell and Delaney Tarr, two seniors and shooting survivors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who are using their platform to call for the government to pass common-sense gun control laws. At one point during the interview, Novell tells Klepper about how she responded to an awful tweet by Tomi Lahren right after the shooting. “She told us we had to wait to talk about gun control, when waiting is what got us to this point. Waiting after every shooting is the reason why nothing ever changes, so we’re trying to talk about it right now and keep talking about it until something changes,” she says. “When is the right time to talk about gun control?” Klepper asks her. “All the time. Not just after a shooting.”

Check out another clip from the episode below, where Klepper addresses much of the right-wing criticism of the teen survivors of the shooting who have since become activists working to prevent school shootings in the future: “Someone has to be pulling the strings. Teens have never driven political change in America! Except for the civil rights movement, Vietnam War protests, women’s suffrage, and the American Revolution, but those kids were all jacked up on puberty hormones and Hamilton lyrics.”

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