Kaitlin Bennett, a 22-year-old conservative woman who recently graduated from Kent State University, tweeted the above photo with an AR-10 on her back and a sign saying "Come and Take It" in protest (19659004) The Message of the Supplement to the Second Amendment vehemently defends itself by continuing to express its views, despite threats and outcry from those who disagree.
President Trump's Supporter is the founder of Liberty Hangout in Kent State, a libertarian organization that aims to "Promote Peace, Prosperity, and Property Rights since 2015" and comes from Zanesville, Ohio.
Here's what you need to know about the controversial woman:
1. She used the photo as an opportunity to target Kent State University's anti-weapons policy and her message went viral
Bennett explained on Twitter why she opted for the photo shoot and led students, which had been shot campus at Kent State University.
"Now that I've graduated @KentState, I can finally equip myself on campus, and I could have done that as a student, with 4 unarmed students shot dead by the government on this campus." #CampusCarryNow ", she wrote on Twitter on May 13th.
In addition, Bennett told Fox News that she feels offended by the fact that guests are able to wear, but students are banned.
"I wanted to attract attention. I think of the campus weapons policy, which allows guests to wear it. Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…27&Itemid=47 but not students, "she told the media company. "I find it offensive that the school appreciates the lives of its guests more than those who have been at the university for four years."
Kent State does not allow students, teachers, or employees to carry "lethal weapons," according to the University website. Since she is now a graduate of the university, this rule is no longer applicable.
. 2 Despite threats Bennett is on guard
The virus bug has outraged many, and some threaten Bennett, who has even received death threats ,
"Thanks to all who sent me death threats for a photo," she tweeted May 16. "They're the biggest proponents of gun rights, you've proven exactly why people wear them."
A quick search for social media sites shows how willing they are to voice their opinions.
"That was a threat," wrote Amanda Berk in response to a post by Asher Underwood on Bennett's viral tweet. "You should take this white girl down, in handcuffs or a body bag."
Thank you for your answer … just a bit ironic that you use violence or persecution to force your political Advocate explanation. "Come and Takes it" is an old slogan that honors the rights of the 2nd Amendment. Not sure, do I understand the psychology of advocating violence or police repression for advocating first and second amendment rights? Please explain or clarify if you have the inclination.
. 3 She emphasized the fact that a black officer "loved" the photo shoot
After seeing a tweet about her "white privilege," Bennett spoke of a black policeman she said that he was present the photo shoot.
"You think the PD would have supported this shoot if you had more melanin," twittered @tallglasofawsum. "Your white privilege prevents you from realistically answering this question, just a rhetorical question."
The gun attorney replied; "The black officer who was present at this photo shoot really loved it – call him Kent State University Campus PD."
"A white person with a gun at school? Sure? LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO," wrote another @Treysouls.
"The tolerant and definitely non-racist left at work here, people," Bennett replied.
. 4 She is an avid supporter of President Trump
Bennett's Twitter page shows the woman as an avid supporter of President Trump, whom she often praises and supports with her profile.
In the photo above, Bennett smiles next to a "Make America" Great Again flag in support of the president.
On January 13, Ms. Trump's alleged controversial statement defended Haiti as a "sh * thole country."
"Dear @CNN, Trump said Haiti was a Scots COUNTRY," wrote Bennett. "NOT that Haitians were Scots. Please inform @andersoncooper.
5. She founded Liberty Hangout at Kent University in 2015.
Bennett is the founder of Liberty Hangout at Kent University, a libertarian organization It claims to promote "Peace, Prosperity, and Property Rights since 2015." The About Us section of the site is:
Liberty Hangout was founded on February 11, 2015 as the Young Jeffersonians and is a libertarian media corporation dedicated to readers relevance provides insight into current events as well as promotion of the Austrian economy and property rights.We believe in self-determination, self-determination and non-aggression.We believe that taxation is theft and that die services that the state offers, can and should be privatized. We believe in decentralization down to the individual level and that the closest government to the home is the easiest to control.