Crazy student or just another feminist?
Pennsylvania – October 12, 2018
Here is a video showing a liberal protester at the Trump rally in Pennsylvania telling a woman that if he wanted to, he would throw her on the ground and rape her.
Last night at the Trump rally in PA, a liberal protester touched me against my consent and said he'd throw me on the ground and rape me. Feminists around him, who say we're supposed to believe women, defended him and denied it happened. This is what the left has come to. #MeToo pic.twitter.com/E6R9c0LA9J— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) October 11, 2018
The woman, 22-year-old Kaitlin Bennett, is a Grassroots Director of @LibertyHangout.
She’s a so-called libertarian gun rights activist who rose to prominence in May-June 2018 with her several pro-gun tweets and constant belittling of Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg, mainly through her Twitter account.
She graduated from Kent State University in Ohio with a degree in biology, but she became known after she returned to campus the next day with an AR-10 semi-automatic rifle strapped to her back and posed for photographs while holding a graduation cap emblazoned with the words "come and take it."
Bennett, who later posted the photographs on Twitter, says she was protesting against a university policy that prohibits students, professors, and employees from carrying "lethal weapons" on campus but allows "guests" to have them on school grounds (but not in buildings).
She noted that Kent State was where "four unarmed students were shot and killed by the government"—a reference to the 1970 incident where soldiers clashed with Vietnam War protesters, firing shots that hit 13 protesters and bystanders.
Her tweet generated more than 4,800 retweets and 19,000 likes, sparking a swirl of publicity, both positive and negative. In a Facebook post, Bennett says she was promoting "my right to defend myself."
As for her latest incident at a rally in Pennsylvania, it is worth noting that the girl was not supported by all the rally participants. Among others, LGBT activists and several feminists were there as well.
Most of them didn't support the girl, but rather condemned her. What's there to say? Another crazy feminist or a crazy student who wants to make a name for herself? Could it be both? How should society react to such actions? If she tried to prove that she is a fighter for the women’s freedom, in this case, we need only remember that most of her fellow women turned away.
Maybe they think you can only judge people when you've been raped? Who is really the party of the war on women when the women in the Democratic party, who claim to be fighting against misogyny and the oppression and abuse of women, are defending liberal men who say they have the right to rape a woman?