Brenna Spencer, a college senior, found herself a Twitter celebrity after posing for her graduation photo wearing a “Women for Trump” shirt and a gun in the waistband of her jeans.

As you might imagine, all of the liberal trolls on social media came out of their slumber and started clicking and clacking on their keyboards in an effort to give Spencer a piece of their minds.

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Well, women all across the country are now coming out of the woodwork to support Spencer, and what they’re doing is simply awesome.

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The Daily Wire is reporting:

Brenna Spencer posed outside the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga. She told ABC News she wanted the photo to “show who I am as a person.”

Spencer’s tweet elicited some nasty responses from the Left, which surprised her. She said, “I did think that it would get a little attention but not to this degree. It was really, really surprising to see the amount of hate that I got,” adding, “I try to stay off the comments, to be honest. I just know that I got a lot of hate.”

Several people alleged that Spencer broke the law by having her weapon unconcealed at the museum. But Spencer pointed out that her friend took the photo outside the museum and thus she did not go through any kind of museum security. She told ABC, “I know the Tennessee state gun codes.”

ABC News wrote, “The Chattanooga Police Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment,” possibly implying that ABC News alerted the police about Spencer’s action. That catalyzed Washington Examiner contributor Alana Mastrangelo, who then posted a similar photo taken in Cleveland.

The fact that Spencer’s act may have started a trend delighted more than one person on Twitter:

If there’s one thing this crazy modern world of ours needs, it’s young people, especially women, being willing to put up with the hate and express themselves and their conservative beliefs boldly without any reservation.

In a nation where we’re supposed to have freedom of speech and the right to bear arms, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to calmly and rationally have a discussion about issues that matter. The mob rule of the Internet only wants you to express yourself if said expression lines up with their progressive worldview.

Spencer showcases that while universities are cesspools of liberal indoctrination, there are still diamonds in the rough who treasure liberty and will not allow the left to have the satisfaction of breaking them with bully tactics.

Keep your eyes peeled because this may just be the beginning of a movement.


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