A gun-loving Ohio woman, whose college graduation photos went viral after she decided to carry an AR-10 to the ceremony last year, has blasted 'liberals' for calling the police on her while she was visiting Rutgers University.
Kaitlin Bennett, 23, tweeted on Monday that 'a group of liberals @RutgersU called 911 to try having me kicked off campus because they didn't like that a conservative was talking to students in front of a communist's memorial'.
'5 cops showed up because someone they disagreed with engaged in free speech. Very progressive!' she added.
Bennett, the founder of right-wing group Liberty Hangout, was interviewing students about student debt for InfoWars, the far right conspiracy site run by Alex Jones, who is currently being sued by the families of the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre, which he has claimed was a hoax.
She shared photos of the cops arriving to the scene to speak with her.
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Ohio woman, Kaitlin Bennett, whose college graduation photos went viral after she carried an AR-10 last year, has blasted 'liberals' for calling the cops on her while she was at Rutgers
Bennett (left), the founder of right-wing group Liberty Hangout, shared photos of the cops arriving to the scene to speak with her
The officers were called to the newly created space dedicated to commemorating Rutgers' notable Black alumnus, Paul Robeson
In response to her tweet, Rutgers student, Kaylin Nguyen, tweeted: 'Honey, we didn’t call the cops. You think we wanted this to end sooner than it did?'
Nguyen was referring to a video of students gathered in a group chanting: 'Kaitlin Bennett sh*ts her pants!
According to Nguyen, Bennett was asked 'repeatedly to move her interviews LITERALLY anywhere except for inside the newly created space dedicated to commemorating our notable Black alumnus, Paul Robeson'.
Robeson was a bass baritone concert artist and stage and film actor who became famous both for his cultural accomplishments and for his political activism. He graduated from Rutgers and Columbia University.
Nguyen continued: 'She later claims she respects the space, but stayed because she was being yelled at to move.'
A group of Rutgers students were seen on video chanting: 'Kaitlin Bennett sh*ts her pants!
Earlier this month, Bennett claimed she was ejected from a Bernie Sanders campaign event in Ohio.
Bennett, who occasionally reports for InfoWars, shared the incident on Twitter showing her being kicked out of the members-only event.
As soon as she sat down in one of the front rows, she was approached by a security guard who asked her to leave.
'I am a conservative journalist and was just ejected from a @BernieSanders rally for expressing my 1st amendment. I was just sitting there and was told I had to leave, with no reason given except that his campaign didn't want me there. THIS is actual fascism,' Bennett wrote on Twitter.
Earlier this month, Bennett claimed she was ejected from a public Bernie Sanders campaign event in Ohio
When Bennett asked why she couldn't stay and watch, the official said that it was 'invite only'. 'No, it's public,'