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Kent State gun lady confronted by protesters at Ohio College

Conservative gun-rights activist Kaitlin Bennett, who went viral in 2018 because the “Kent State gun girl,” was confronted by protesters throughout her go to to Ohio College Monday.

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Sharing video of an offended crowd showing to curse at her and toss a transparent liquid into the open window of her truck, Bennett claimed the occasion amounted to a “riot.” She additionally referred to as on President Trump to strip federal funding from the college for harboring “terrorists” after she mentioned campus police simply “let it happen.”

“That is what occurs when a Trump supporter goes to a college campus. Leftists at @ohiou began a riot when @Joelpatrick1776 and I confirmed up, and the @oupolice let it occur,” Bennett tweeted. “I think @realDonaldTrump should strip funding from universities like this that harbor terrorists.”

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Bennett’s first declare to fame got here in Might 2018 after she posed with an AR-10 rifle instantly following her commencement from Kent State College,  about 40 miles south of Cleveland. She wore a white gown, had her gun slung over her shoulder and flashed a commencement cap that learn “Come and take it.”

Bennett’s purpose was to sentence the varsity’s “insulting” anti-gun insurance policies. As a pupil, she wasn’t allowed to overtly carry a firearm on the campus.  Ohio is an open-carry state.

A Second Amendment supporter and grassroots director for libertarian web site Liberty Hangout, Bennett has appeared in a sequence of on-line movies during which she takes to the road to ask members of the general public their opinion on points, together with abortion and gun management.

Kent State University graduate, Kaitlin Bennett, went viral for taking a parting shot at her school's anti-gun policy.

Kent State College graduate, Kaitlin Bennett, went viral for taking a parting shot at her faculty’s anti-gun coverage.
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She visited Ohio College’s public campus in Athens Monday to shoot a video asking college students trivia questions on Presidents Day, The Athens News first reported.

Different social media customers shared video of crowds shouting at her each inside and out of doors of campus buildings. In some footage being shared on-line, Bennett may very well be seen being carried out by her personal safety guard.

“We’re currently running Kaitlin Bennett (Kent state gun girl) out of OU,” one person wrote over a video displaying the Ohio College geotag in Athens.

“#PoopyPants @KaitMarieox didn’t have a good time at OU today. Got picked up by her bodyguard and taken away in a hurry,” the identical person, Nfinite Buchmn, wrote in a tweet with the video. “She probably had an emergency she had to take care of. 💩”

“So Kent state gun girl came to Ohio University and it didn’t end well lol. #OU,” one other person tweeted, sharing a video displaying Bennett and her staff descending an escalator from the second flooring of a campus constructing flooded with protesters.

Ohio University Police launched an announcement following the incident, explaining that “an activist appeared unexpectedly” on the campus in Athens the place she “engaged in a constitutionally protected activity.”

“She drew a large crowd of people, many with opposing viewpoints, who also chose to exercise their First Amendment rights,” the assertion mentioned. “Ohio college cops have been current all through the incident to guard everybody’s rights and security; aside from holding streets and different public rights of means clear, no cops requested anybody to go away at any cut-off date.

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“Opposite to allegations circulating on social media, the incident didn’t rise to the extent of a riot,” college police mentioned. “There was strong language, and allegations that some unknown person(s) in the crown splashed water, but there were no reported injuries or violence, and no one was arrested during the event.”

The assertion additionally famous that, though it’s not required, the activist didn’t give the police prior discover of her plans, depriving “the department of the ability to plan staffing levels.”