Open Carry March at Kent State University.

KENT, Ohio — A high-profile open-carry walk at Kent State University on Saturday was far from what “gun girl” and alumna Kaitlin Bennett wanted it to be.
Counter-protestors significantly outnumbered her group of gun-rights activists as hundreds of police called in from across the state separated the two groups.
The two sides screamed insults at each other as police stood as a wall between them, gradually prompting the gun-rights activists to return to a parking lot across the street.

The flood of counter-protestors led to the gun-rights group marching for less than 30 minutes, spending the rest of the time surrounded by police.

Kent State University open-carry walk sparks turmoil, arrests as protestors and gun-rights activists clash: See photos and video

Only one little mistake with that description: The police was not there to protect the Open Carriers, they were there to hope no Antifa went to the morgue.

I won’t address the lack optics required to carry rifles openly at Kent State knowing that the Media was salivating and dripping from their collective gonads for a shooting to occur and get themselves  21st century version of the Mary Ann Vecchio picture.

And I won’t address it because I believe we are bound to have a one great horrific event that is being pushed by the assholes we know and think they will be able to control and benefit from it.

3 Replies to “Open Carry March at Kent State University.”

  1. Yeah, yeah, I get the “It’s ‘Murica and I gotta right crowd”. I also understand making a point by poking the libs with an on campus march. However, you know you are going to loose the media narrative without gaining anything for our side. Carry signs, carry concealed if legal, be polite and leave the evil black rifles home. You represent all of us, please don’t make our efforts more difficult.

    1. Yes, but the right to keep and bear arms is not the right to keep and hide arms. Their rights are no better than ours. With the help of the liberal right-wing media, they claim the peace loving high moral ground. Nothing could be further from the truth and we all know it. If we don’t take a stand now, then when? Those “evil black rifles” are probably going to have to come out sooner or later. I think maybe sooner as an educational tool rather than a defensive weapon may be better.

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