Kent State graduate's photos with AR-10 and cap go viral

Kent State graduate's photos with AR-10 and cap go viral

Kent State graduate's photos with AR-10 and cap go viral

It's insulting that at Kent State University, guests may protect themselves with firearms on campus, but students and staff may not.

However, a representative from Kent State University tells Yahoo Lifestyle that the above language does not apply to Bennett because she graduated Saturday and returned to campus Sunday to take the photos.

"Now that I graduated from Kent State, I can finally arm myself on campus", Bennett wrote in the post.

On Tuesday, Bennett posted another picture.

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This was during the Vietnam War, when America invaded Cambodia.

- john barnitt (@John_Barnitt) May 17, 2018Especially in the context of the Kent State Massacre, this is a slap in the face to all affected by gun violence. I ought to have been in a position to take action as a scholar - particularly since four unarmed college students had been shot and killed by the federal government on this campus.

Why, you ask? Well, this 22-year-old Kent State University graduate chose to go to her graduation with a rifle - a high-powered, semi-automatic rifle.

Her comments with regard to "4 unarmed students" appear to be referring to the Kent State Massacre, in which four people died and nine were injured after the Ohio National Guard opened fire on unarmed students protesting against the USA bombing of Cambodia, nearly 50 years ago.

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A recent Kent State graduate is making a dramatic statement on social media, and it's gone viral.

Bennett has been vocal about gun rights before. And though this policy may be well-intentioned, Bennett says that it suggests that students are less deserving of protection. Despite being a legal gun owner, the NRA (who is always the first to speak up whenever gun rights appear to be "infringed upon") remained silent and did nothing in response to his death.

When you pose like this on graduation day it will get people talking, which is exactly what she wants-a conversation on guns and gun control.

"If this women saw other humans DIE in front of her, she might not be so flagrant in supporting guns", she replied.

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The new graduate is one of the founders of the "Liberty Hangout" group, her Twitter bio reads. The school prohibits students, faculty, and staff from carrying "deadly weapons". She was also voicing a wide-held belief that the Second Amendment was intended as means for Americans to defend themselves against the government.

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