His 15 minutes of fame may be over, but that hasn’t stopped David Hogg from continuing his progressive crusade.

The College Fix reports:

In campus speech, David Hogg says U.S. is stolen land, justifies illegal immigration

Anti-gun rights activist David Hogg often urges young people to take on the Second Amendment. But he’s picked up a few more topics to pontificate on recently.

In his latest talk Wednesday to students at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, with the midterm elections just weeks away, Hogg defended illegal immigrants, decried white politicians, and bemoaned American imperialism.

“I’m gonna talk to you guys not about the America we want to create, but the America we are going to create,” Hogg told the crowd, a mix of approximately 160 local high school students, UMass college students, administrators and the general public.

“Our generation has the ability to go out there this November, and every single election, to go out there and make America the country it is on paper, because it’s not,” he said.

His speech came at the same time as March For Our Lives is targeting college students in a massive voter-turnout effort…

“Mass shootings have been happening for the last couple of centuries, ever since the advent of the gun. If we want to talk about mass shootings one of the first things we have to acknowledge is the battle of Wounded Knee, where over 100 Native Americans were slaughtered by the United States government,” he told the students. “We also have to acknowledge the fact that disproportionately Native Americans are underrepresented in our government and we also have to acknowledge how wrong it is that we call people illegal on stolen land.”