Kent State graduate's photo with AR-10 goes viral

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A senior at Kent State University whose graduation photos show her wearing an AR-10 rifle and a cap that reads "COME AND TAKE IT" is reportedly receiving death threats.

"Just seeing that someone is out there and young who loves the second amendment and loves gun rights, that gives someone else hope", said Bennett.

Kent State held its graduation ceremony this past weekend.

That prohibition didn't apply to Bennett, however, because after her graduation, she was "no longer restricted under the policy as a student", Eric Mansfield, university spokesperson, told Fox 8. I should have been able to do so as a student especially since four unarmed students were shot and killed by the government on this campus. "#CampusCarryNow", she posted on Twitter May 13.

After all, the gun-toting blonde was one of the organizers of a Kent State conceal-carry day back in April and has never been shy about her conservative values on the liberal campus.

The university bars students, staff, and third parties doing business with Kent State from possessing deadly weapons.

"I have no apologies for my graduation photos".

Bennett has been vocal about gun rights before. "You proved exactly why people carry". The results? Photos that have swept social media by storm.

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Not everything has been negative though, Bennett said she's received dozens of messages in support.

"I was a girl in a white dress with heals on, with an AR-10. In handcuffs or a body bag". But the vocal Second Amendment advocate became an instant target for violent threats, insults and shaming by those who disagreed with her views. Please explain or clarify if you have the inclination.

Bennett, who was raised by a Republican family in Zanesville, Ohio, knew her photo would provoke backlash.

She said many people have attacked her for suggesting students should carry rifles on campus. "Kent State University Campus PD".

"The tolerant and definitely-not-racist left wing at work here, folks", Bennett replied.

While Kaitlin seems to be very pleased with the positive response she has received for her stint, there has a strong wave of reaction against her as well.

"Dear @CNN, Trump said Haiti was a sh*thole COUNTRY", Bennett wrote. We believe in self-rule, self-determination, and non-aggression.

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