David Hogg, the prominent anti-gun student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, initiated a second boycott earlier this month after his first boycott — against Fox News host Laura Ingraham and her advertisers — went viral and was largely deemed a success.

But new evidence shows Hogg’s new boycott has largely failed.

Hogg announced on April 17 he was initiating a boycott of BlackRock Investment Group and The Vangaurd Group because, as he claimed, the financial companies are “two of the biggest investors in gun manufacturers.”

The tweets received only a fraction of the attention that his tweets initiating the Ingraham boycott received. And it’s apparent the minuscule attention has translated into no noticeable effects for BlackRock and Vanguard.

Read more at American Action News

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