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VIDEO: Student Protesters Throw Tantrum When Gun Rights Activist Visits Ohio University

VIDEO: Student Protesters Throw Tantrum When Gun Rights Activist Visits Ohio University

“students greeted her vehicle by throwing beverages in her direction and giving her the middle finger”

The video below has to be seen to be believed. Children in elementary school display better behavior than these college students.

WKYC News reports:

Gun rights advocate Kaitlin Bennett says she faced ‘riot’ at Ohio University, wants President Trump to strip school’s funding

Gun rights activist and social media personality Kaitlin Bennett received a less-than-warm welcome from the students of Ohio University during a visit to the Athens campus on Monday.

Bennett is best known for her viral photos on Kent State University’s campus, where she posed with her gun and graduation cap in 2018.

Since then, she’s become a controversial figure on social media.

When Bennett and her ‘Liberty Hangout’ tour arrived at Ohio University on Monday, students greeted her vehicle by throwing beverages in her direction and giving her the middle finger.

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Unless the thrown beverages had at least a decent chance of hitting her they weren’t breaking any laws, so the police couldn’t have done anything to stop them, and the president can’t strip their college’s funding for allowing it. The first amendment is at least as important as the second.

    Edward in reply to Milhouse. | February 18, 2020 at 10:55 am

    “The first amendment is at least as important as the second.”

    Given the intent of the wannabe Young Pioneers is to prevent those with whom they disagree being able to use their First Amendment protected right to discuss their Second Amendment protected right, I think they obviously disagree with your statement. Neither is important to them. OK, THEIR First Amendment protected right is important, the rights of others not so much.

      Milhouse in reply to Edward. | February 18, 2020 at 4:35 pm

      It makes no difference what is important to them. They are boorish thugs; their opinion on anything is irrelevant. What matters is what’s important to the police, the college administration, and the president. The constitution protects everyone, even those who oppose it. They have the right to express their offensive views in any non-violent manner they choose, no matter how vulgar.

Have they requested separate housing to provide racial unity?

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