Tennessee college student poses with firearm for graduation photo
A University of Tennessee student is facing a mounting backlash from the extreme left after displaying both a firearm and a Trump support t-shirt. Her shirt, “women for Trump,” is bright pink and pulled up in the photo to less than casually display her handgun.
“I know the Tennessee state gun codes …. I carry everywhere that I’m allowed to carry,” 22-year-old Tennessee student, Brenna Spencer, told ABC News after taking liberal backlash over her photo.
Spencer also stated on Twitter that “political correctness offends me,” and that she doesn’t “take normal graduation photos.”
The liberal meltdown was both exhausting and, at times, humorous. One social justice warrior named Victoria Silva attempted to have Spencer arrested.
The photo was taken in the vicinity of Hunter Museum of American Art. The museum has a no firearm policy for inside.
While it may seem that Spencer is just accumulating ferocious lashings from the Left, the right and moderates both seemed to appreciate Spencer’s candor and bravery. Spencer works with Turning Point, a large conservative non-profit.
Liberals continue their assault on people who support the constitution and don’t support a myriad of their puritanical themes.
Author: Jim Satney
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