Kaitlin Bennett, the notorious gun nut who claimed she was discriminated against because Kent State University wouldn’t let her openly carry her AR-10 rifle on campus, spent her Christmas this year doing the opposite of spreading good cheer.
On Christmas Day, Bennett posted a video of herself firing a rifle at a sign that read “Happy Holidays” as a way to attack people who refused to say, “Merry Christmas.”
“It’s not ‘Happy Holidays,’ it’s ‘Merry Christmas’!” she announces before firing multiple shots at the sign. “Quit being a bunch of PC pansies!”
It's Merry Christmas, NOT happy holidays. Quit being a bunch of PC pansies. Here's my Christmas present to everyone 🎅🎅 pic.twitter.com/kchIzPFRt9
— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) December 25, 2018
Even though she probably hoped to offend some of her liberal followers, the vast majority of the replies to her video were filled with derisive mockery.
Check out some of the responses below.
My great grandmother said you were supposed to bring her shirt back yesterday. Please dont forget.
— brad (@B_RadFromtheLou) December 26, 2018
I agree! Let’s drop the PC. You’re a terrible shot, horrible person and if you were half as badass as you act you’d join the military. But, you’re not. You’re just a sad example of what’s become of “conservativism”. Happy Holidays (eg., Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, New Years)
— Fred Wellman (@FPWellman) December 26, 2018
If you knew any pansies, they would have advised you against a flowered shirt with its own velvet choker.
— Amy Justman (@AmyJ2000) December 26, 2018
Hey, since you clearly have no friends or family that want to be around you, allow me to extend a warm Happy Holidays from the bottom of my heart!
— Bland Muffin (@blanddisplay) December 26, 2018
sign is still hanging. checkmate.
— HeyThere (@WKDRheather) December 26, 2018
— Lindamarie (@Linda1746) December 26, 2018
Semi automatic and it looks like you missed half your shots. Looks like 10m, on a target about 1m x 40cm wide. Happy holidays.
— DAS FalleN (@DAS_FalleN_) December 26, 2018
Someone has had way too many chemtrails
— Mecca Fights Trump (@TheMeccaPodcast) December 26, 2018
You are shooting at a friendly greeting. Is that the true meaning of Christmas? To use the phrase “Merry Christmas” as a cudgel?
— Amantha Tsaros 🇺🇸❤️ (@amanthat) December 26, 2018
She skinned a couch to make that shirt
— Célia – That's French (@BeliaCoaz) December 26, 2018
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