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Infamous gun nut spends Christmas shooting up a ‘Happy Holidays’ sign — and gets hilariously mocked

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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.”

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“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!”

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.

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‘Paranoid cultist’ Rush Limbaugh blasted after claiming coronavirus is being ‘weaponized’ against Trump

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Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh raised eyebrows this Monday when he claimed that it looks like the "coronavirus is being weaponized as yet another element to bring down Donald Trump," adding that the ""truth" about the coronavirus is that it's the "common cold."

Limbaugh went on to slam the media for overhyping the virus in an effort to “an effort to get Trump” and even repeated a rumor that the virus originated in a Chinese biological weapons lab. While Limbaugh's initial comments were likely meant to critique what he sees as the media's bias against President Trump, others suggested he was trying to disseminate a conspiracy theory that the virus itself is a ploy to undermine Trump's presidency.

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GOP terrified civil war between Trump allies could sink their Senate prospects in Georgia: report

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On Tuesday, Bloomberg News reported that Republicans are starting to worry that the ongoing fight between two allies of President Donald Trump in a Georgia Senate contest could jeopardize their chances of holding the seat departed by Sen. Johnny Isakson — and by extension, their Senate majority.

The conflict is between Rep. Doug Collins, a Trump bulldog who led the GOP efforts against impeachment in the House, and Kelly Loeffler, a businesswoman appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp to the Senate vacancy despite lobbying from Trump to pick Collins. Both are running in the Senate special election, which, under Georgia law, will feature a "jungle primary" in which everyone from both parties runs on the same ballot and the top two advance to a runoff if no one wins a majority.

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Trump’s doctor tricked president into eating vegetables and kept ice cream out of reach

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Former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson infamously declared "great genes" might allow President Donald Trump to live 200 years -- but in reality he tried to trick his patient into losing weight.

Jackson, who's now running for Congress in Texas, pressed Trump to lose 10 to 15 pounds and exercise more, but his proposal met resistance from the president, reported the New York Times.

The physician, who left the West Wing in December, proclaimed Trump a healthy 239 pounds but hoped to implement a diet and exercise regimen before his short-lived nomination to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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