Activist David Hogg took a jab at the GOP on Tuesday by saying their plan to address climate change is to send “thoughts and prayers.”

Hogg responded to a tweet from Democratic Sen. Brian SchatzBrian Emanuel SchatzThe Hill's Campaign Report: Democrats slam Trump for threatening to hold Michigan funds Senate votes to reauthorize intel programs with added legal protections Coronavirus drives record number of complaints to consumer bureau MORE (Hawaii) asking: “But seriously what is the Republican plan for climate change?”

“I’m guessing thoughts and prayers,” Hogg wrote.

Hogg, who survived the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Fla., about one year ago, has emerged as a harsh critic of a number of GOP lawmakers and President TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An old man like me should be made more vulnerable to death by COVID-19 MORE.

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The Parkland survivors, many of whom are now nationally recognized as gun control advocates, have repeatedly condemned lawmakers saying they are sending “thoughts and prayers” in the wake of mass shootings.

The phrase has often been used by activists in order to make their point about the importance of gun control legislation.

In December, Hogg sarcastically offered “thoughts and prayers” to the National Rifle Association after Maria Butina, a Russian woman with ties to the group, pleaded guilty to acting as an unregistered foreign agent.