Isgro tweeted in response to Fox News' support of Ingraham, "Eat it, Hogg".
A conservative commentator at a Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned television station in St. Louis has resigned after a statement he made threatening to sexually assault David Hogg drew harsh criticism and sparked the beginnings of an advertiser boycott.
Isgro hasn't responded to requests for comment.
The Florida school district that includes the Parkland high school where a gunman massacred 17 teens and teachers rejected its share of new state funding meant to arm educators to help them fight off attackers, county officials said Wednesday.
"When we kick their ass they all like to claim we're drunk".
"I've been hanging out getting ready to ram a hot poker up David Hogg's ass tomorrow", he wrote. It will come less than three months after the March for our Lives, a gun control demonstration led by Parkland students that drew more than a million people in Washington D.C. and hundreds of other cities worldwide. He has become a lightning rod for his outspokenness and a target of fake news and conspiracy theories. "He was a very loud kid so he is demanding me to show what he is demanding". Calling his tweet "cruel and obscene", state Rep. Stacey Newman posted a list of Allman's advertisers on Facebook.
In the almost two months since, student survivors of the deadly event have become fierce advocates for gun safety, calling on lawmakers to implement stricter regulations and bans.
"We demand 2 stop the BS", a mural in Downtown Los Angeles read.
Allman was absent Monday from his radio show on KFTK-FM.
It doesn't appear Allman has issued an apology for his tweet, unlike Ingraham, who quickly apologized for any harm she caused Hogg or other Parkland survivors.
As Ally Wendt drafted her note, he said she hopes the Parkland community finds some solace in Berlin's words.
At the high school, students watered greens that will be given away for free. She said she had to cover herself with a dead classmate to survive.