Kent State Student Gets Threats After Posing for Grad Photo With a Gun
“Come and take it.”
The photo was meant to be a criticism of the school’s anti-gun policies.
FOX News reports:
Conservative student’s parting shot at college’s anti-gun policies goes viral: ‘Come and take it’
A conservative woman who recently graduated from Kent State University has received threats after she took aim at her school’s anti-gun policies in a photo shoot where she carried an AR-10 and wore a cap that said, “Come and take it.”
Kaitlin Bennett, a 22-year-old Second Amendment supporter from Zanesville, Ohio and founder of Liberty Hangout at Kent State, a student media outlet that promotes libertarian values, posed in front of the Kent Student Center for the tweet that has gone viral.
“Now that I graduated from @KentState, I can finally arm myself on campus. I should have been able to do so as a student – especially since 4 unarmed students were shot and killed by the government on this campus. #CampusCarryNow,” she posted on Twitter Sunday.
Now that I graduated from @KentState, I can finally arm myself on campus. I should have been able to do so as a student- especially since 4 unarmed students were shot and killed by the government on this campus. #CampusCarryNow pic.twitter.com/a91fQH44cq
— Kaitlin Marie (@KaitMarieox) May 13, 2018
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Funny, she sure did tweak them. This is a great graduation stunt.
Thank you, Kaitlin.
I wonder if Neil will write a song about her as well.
Warning – Warning Sexist inspired comment coming, tune out if you are part of the pound sign Me Too bunch.
I see two tens there, one of which I wish I owned (OK, I’m too cheap to pay the cost of the AR 10 with an FAL in hand, and half a century too old for the other).
Too bad she had to blow it with a bit of typical Leftoid fantasy like “especially since 4 unarmed students were shot and killed by the government on this campus.”
She wasn’t around in 1970. I was. And I know ignorant propaganda when I smell it.
1970 – the year I got back from the Nam and got married. Yeah, I remember Kent State too, and have somewhat different memories of what happened. The young, under-trained National Guard troops shouldn’t have been there and certainly had no business carrying live rounds. On the other side the students should have had at least some grasp of the concept that charging a line of soldiers with guns at the ready might not be a really bright course of action.
Plenty of stupid to go around that day.