Anti-gun activist David Hogg is now targeting President Trump, threatening to hold a "die in" at one of his hotels to protest hotels or presidents or something.
Hogg is a senior at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, site of a mass shooting. On Friday, gun control activists threw themselves on the floor of a Florida grocery store in a "die in," screaming and yelling for customers to boycott the store because of political donations that it had made.
The "die-in" was organized by Hogg, who has launched multiple boycotts aimed at those who support the NRA or who criticize him.
Now, Hogg wants to do a "die-in" at a Trump-owned property.
"So when are we doing a die-in at Trump Hotel?" Hogg wrote Saturday on Twitter.
Hogg didn't specify a site, but he responded with some smiley emojis when someone suggested Trump's hotel in Washington, D.C.
Actually, we don't speak emoji, so we're not sure what upside-down smiley face, winky smiley face and sideways-glancing, closed-eye smirky face mean.
The "die-in" was apparently successful at the Publix grocery store on Friday.
"CBS News reported that Publix caved to the leftist pressure and intimidation tactics, announcing that they have decided to 'suspend corporate-funded political contributions as we reevaluate our giving processes,'" The Daily Wire reported.
"We regret that our contributions have led to a divide in our community," Publix said in a statement to CBS News. "We did not intend to put our associates and the customers they serve in the middle of a political debate."