Kaitlin Bennett, the Kent State University graduate who posed with an AR-10 rifle on campus was quick to fight back when unhinged left-wing actor and struggling artist Jim Carrey smeared her, calling his latest political artwork “disgusting.”
As liberals are known to do, Carrey injected plenty of ugliness in his depiction of the photo that he shared on Twitter.
He tweeted: “And the devil said, ‘Thanks a bunch Goldilocks. Enjoy the show in Santa Fe tomorrow. Someday, real soon, I’ll have you for dinner.'”
And the devil said, “Thanks a bunch Goldilocks. Enjoy the show in Santa Fe tomorrow. Someday, real soon, I’ll have you for dinner.” pic.twitter.com/h1G6smzK5t
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) May 19, 2018
The photo of Bennett went viral, featuring the AR-10 strapped across her back as she held a graduation cap depicting the image of a gun and the words “come and take it.”
The image included a caption that referred to the infamous shooting at the school in 1970, where four students were killed and nine others wounded by the Ohio National Guard during a Vietnam War protest.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) May 17, 2018
But the photo and the reference to last week’s school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, that claimed 10 lives, did not sit well with Bennett, who is an adamant gun rights supporter.
She blasted the now “irrelevant” Hollywood moonbat.
“Jim you should be the one in this picture with this caption,” Bennett tweeted. “You’re the one that supports gun control policies that let these kids die. Is this what you have to do because you’ve become irrelevant? Disgusting. #GunControlKills“
Jim you should be the one in this picture with this caption. You're the one that supports gun control policies that let these kids die. Is this what you have to do because you've become irrelevant? Disgusting. #GunControlKills https://t.co/vl1miG3YmF
— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) May 19, 2018
Gun control enthusiasts and fans of the once-funny actor were quick to attack the young woman for being pro-gun and for believing that gun-free zones work to create opportunities for mass shootings.
At the same time, Bennett had plenty of support as seen in the responses on Twitter:
— Da Krakken (@LordBobaFett) May 19, 2018
You only played god , in a Hollywood movie Jim. You don’t decide her fate. Clap, Clap!
— Ex-Dem Jerry (@exdemjerry13) May 19, 2018
You are such a creep. Leave the girl alone, she has the right to her opinion. Crawl back into your hole. https://t.co/T6DxpNuphC
— David T. Johnson (@DavidTJohnson3) May 20, 2018
I've seen a lot of vile things come from the left, but this takes the cake. https://t.co/1rwGIc16Fx
— Jeremy Strause (@deplorablejay9) May 19, 2018
Imagine being so detached from the real world that you can blame an innocent girl for the deaths of people on the complete opposite side of the country. https://t.co/oCo7bsbORg
— Alex James (@alexjvmes) May 19, 2018
Equating law abiding guns owners with mass murderers again, I see. The NRA thanks you for your donation. https://t.co/SZ3altliKa
— Jeremy Foster (@jfoster73) May 20, 2018
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