Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

'Come and take it'

'Come and take it'

The student posed with an AR-10 rifle following graduation and had a very blunt message for any naysayers on her graduation cap, "Come and Take it".

Kent State College graduate, Kaitlin Bennett, went viral for taking a parting shot at her faculty's anti-gun coverage Sunday.

Although it is against University policy for students to carry deadly weapons, Bennett did nothing wrong because she waited until after receiving her diploma to grab her gun, and technically was no longer a student.

State University was recently ranked the safest big college campus in OH and 25th safest in the country, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security.

"The university has a full-time, certified police force of more than 30 sworn officers who protect the campus", Mansfield added. She was also voicing a wide-held belief that the Second Amendment was intended as means for Americans to defend themselves against the government.

Bennett said in a tweet that now that she has graduated, she is allowed to carry a gun on campus. She posted screenshots of her exchange with an aggravated Twitter user who appeared to threatened her physically.

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She explained in one tweet that the gun is an AR-10 and it "fires at the same rate as any modern pistol", not an assault rifle.

Kaitlin Bennett, 22, shared photos of herself posing with the enormous gun at Kent University in OH, while toting a mortarboard inscribed with the slogan 'Come and take it'.

"Gun control advocates are trying to call me violent for my graduation picture that promotes the right to self-defense, meanwhile I'm getting threatening messages like this in my inbox from these very same people", she said in a tweet.

"What is going on, where is the other side", said Bennett, it was in that moment she decided to make a stand. Bennett said, "I've received death threats, people have told me to kill myself, and there have been racially charged comments.I don't get it".

The past few days have been trying, but Bennett plans on standing her ground and exercising her 2nd amendment right.

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