We Regret To Inform You That Gun Girl Is Being Insufferable Once Again
Kaitlin Bennett visited Ohio University ready to use her first amendment right and got upset when the entire campus decided they wanted to do the same.
In news that is shocking to literally no one, Kaitlin Bennett, aka Kent State Gun Girl, is once again airing out her terrible opinions.
If you don’t remember who Gun Girl is, she’s the conservative gun rights activist who went viral for her far-right interviews gone wrong. Oh, that and she failed miserably when she tried to drag the sex worker who raised over a million dollars for bushfire relief last month.
Today, Kaitlin has continued her bonkers stances and has claimed that Ohio University students “started a riot” when she showed up on campus. Upset that Ohio University Police just “let it happen”, Kaitlin then tweeted out to Donald Trump.
“I think @realdonaldtrump should strip funding from universities like this that harbour terrorists,” she tweeted alongside a video of the incident.
This is what happens when a Trump supporter goes to a college campus. Leftists at @ohiou started a riot when @Joelpatrick1776 and I showed up, and the @oupolice let it happen. I think @realDonaldTrump should strip funding from universities like this that harbor terrorists. pic.twitter.com/5TMlfdto9O
— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) February 17, 2020
The video shows that when Kaitlin and her video crew arrived on campus, she was met with a crowd of unhappy students. Shouting “bye” and throwing water at Gun Girl’s massive truck, the students gave Kaitlin the middle finger as her vehicle drove away.
Very clearly unwelcome at the university, another video filmed by a student on campus showed Kaitlin smiling while being physically carried away from the crowd by security. In another clip, the crowd can be heard chanting “change your pants” — a direct reference to the unconfirmed but widely spread rumour that Kaitlin Bennett shit herself at a frat party.
— Gia Sammons (@gia_sammons) February 17, 2020
Despite Kaitlin’s believing that the incident was a “riot” performed by “terrorists”, Ohio University Police released a statement refuting the claims. “It should be noted that the police department received no prior notice of the activist’s plans,” they tweeted. “She drew a large crowd of people, many with opposing viewpoints, who also chose to exercise their first amendment rights.”
“Contrary to allegations circulating on social media, the incident did not rise to the level of a riot,” Ohio University Police continued. “There was strong language and allegations that some unknown person(s) in the crowd splashed water, but there were no reported injuries or violence, and no one was arrested during the event.”
Basically, the Ohio University Police said: Not today, Gun Girl. Not today.