Skip to comments.Kent State gun girl challenges Hogg to arm wrestling contest for gun rights (Trunc)
Posted on 06/04/2018 5:27:21 PM PDT by Enterprise
With Parkland high school graduate David Hogg expected to announce a 60-day, 20-state, 75-stop summer bus tour Monday to push for more stringent gun control laws and to register young people to vote, the 18-year-old found himself facing another daunting challenge that could break the internet if he accepts.
Kaitlin Bennett, the Kent State grad who took the internet by storm recently when she posed on campus with an AR-10 strapped across her back, took to social media to challenge Hogg to an arm wrestling contest.
I have a challenge for you @davidhogg111. Lets arm wrestle. If I win, we get to keep the 2nd amendment. If you win, we turn in our guns. Deal? she tweeted.
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Little piglet won’t accept!
Watcha bet he’ll have armed security?
Maybe she and her friends can have a Hogg calling contest too! Here piggy piggy piggy, here piggy piggy piggy, sewweeeeeeeeee piggy piggy piggy!
He likes his women weak, ready for whatever terror axman would disarm a woman for.
If he does, I hope they laugh their butts off when he loses.
Hed rather stay up all night in their Jammies and do each others hair.
True. Nancy boys don’t like strong women.
Stick boy will probably want to ban arms next. Wait....
Who is funding this bus trip all around the country? Soros I presume.
I imagine he and Obama jammie boy would get along just fine!
Bacon bacon bacon!
He probably has to meet with the pastor from Shawnee KS to commiserate about the horror of seeing a replica of a Ma Deuce mounted on a jeep. Plus he’d have to get an okeldee dokledee from his significant other.
Bet Hogg is a chicken.
Her arms are a lot bigger as his are abnormally thin.
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