Gun-toting Kent State grad wants to arm wrestle Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg

Gun-toting Kent State grad wants to arm wrestle Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg

Kaitlin Bennett, the Kent State University graduate who found Internet fame by carrying an AR-10 around campus after graduation, has challenged Parkland shooting survivor and gun control advocate David Hogg to arm wrestle. Bennett tweeted at Hogg on Sunday, the day he graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas, where 17 people died in a mass shooting at the school in February. Four of the victims would have graduated on Sunday. "I have a challenge for you @davidhogg111," Bennett tweeted.. "Let’s arm wrestle. If I win, we get to keep the 2nd amendment. If you win, we turn in our guns. Deal?" Breaking News Be the first to know when big news breaks Recaptcha requires verification. I’m not a robot reCAPTCHA Privacy – Terms I have a challenge for you @davidhogg111 . Let’s arm wrestle. If I win, we get to keep the 2nd amendment. If you win, we turn in our guns. Deal? — Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) June 3, 2018 She followed up by posting a photo of Hogg and tweeting: "It’s alright guys, the 2nd amendment is safe," and later referred to him as "twig arms." It’s alright guys, the 2nd amendment is safe pic.twitter.com/w2cHHCtLQH — Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) June 3, 2018 Hogg, 18, has not responded to the challenge. Bennett, 22, from Zanesville, Ohio, led gun-rights activities when she was at Kent State — where students are not allowed to carry on campus — and became famous after she posed for photos around campus with an AR-10 strapped […]

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