Right-wingers will do anything to agitate what they consider to be the “special snowflakes” on the left. The latest attention-grab comes courtesy of 22-year-old Brenna Spencer, a college senior at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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Spencer, a field representative for the conservative non-profit group Turning Point used her college graduation photos as an opportunity to get political. Wearing a ‘Women For Trump’ t-shirt and flashing a pistol tucked into the waistband of her jeans, Spencer shared her photo on Twitter and said “I don’t take normal college graduation photos.”

The tweet has received over 70,000 likes, with thousands of people chiming in with thoughts, praise, condemnation and questions.

Unsurprisingly, the far right is drooling over Brenna’s love of the Second Amendment and attention-grabbing graduation photos. One Twitter user went so far as to say, “You carry a gun I carry the weight of my heart when I saw you.”

Side note: what does Spencer being attractive have to do with party lines? This is just one of the many tweets that may cause you to eye roll. Trust us, there are many.

And on the other hand, liberals are critical about Republicans using this viral picture to glamorize guns, promote concealed carry and continue with their pro-gun propaganda.

Some Republicans responded by spoofing her picture and making light of gun usage. One young man even shared his high school graduation photo, as he proudly holds up a “Trump: Make America Great Again” flag.

Spencer herself even joined in the snarky memes and gun glorification.

Meanwhile, others showed her what graduation photos should really look like.

Spencer’s post, and the conversation that ensued, was reminiscent of a post made by Tomi Lahren in March that received backlash on social media. People gave Lahren a piece of their minds after she posted a similar photo of herself on Instagram, promoting a brand of athletic pants that reportedly are designed for carrying and concealing a gun.

Source: Truth Examiner

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