After three predominately black churches in one area burned down within 10 days, gun control activist David Hogg criticized President Donald Trump for not posting on Twitter about it.
Thursday marked a year since the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history.
While a December survey found that Michelle Obama was the most admired woman in America, she does not want the job.
Advertisers dropped Fox News' Laura Ingraham last spring when she ridiculed Hogg after four California colleges rejected him.
"Well, vote here," said Hogg. "Learn from us. Don't let this happen here, because we need to come to you guys if we stay on this track."
"This has to end, my heart goes out to Delmonte and his family together we will end this."
David Hogg, a survivor of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and the head of an anti-Trump, anti-NRA Super PAC raised more than requested on GoFundMe to put up a Texas billboard featuring Trump ridiculing Sen. Ted Cruz.
David Hogg defended his comments that "old" Democrat leaders like Nancy Pelosi should be replaced with "young" leaders similar to how the GOP promoted Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan.
"If we get these advertisers pulled maybe @Ingraham will have to become a camp counselor and learn how wrong she is," he tweeted.
Hogg and other gun control activists were protesting Publix grocery stores because the chain has made large donations to National Rifle Association supporters in the past.
"We make these sick people known worldwide for their horrifying acts, let's stop that!" Hogg wrote.
At least eight people were killed in a shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas on Friday.
His comment was in response to Oliver North equating gun control activists with "civil criminal terrorists" in an interview earlier this week.