College Student Goes Viral For How He Shuts Down A Trump-Loving YouTuber Over Her Absurdly Transphobic Questions
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Kaitlin Bennet, the young far-right woman who famously carries an AR-10 rifle around he college campus and works for Infowars, is back with yet another confusing self-own.

Recently, she's been doing campus interviews by stopping students and asking them questions on a topic.

The videos have a reputation for not going well for Kaitlin, and this new one may be the best/worst one yet.


Kaitlin has had people yell at her, disagree with her, mock her, attempt to educate her, straight up walk away....

This guy, though... this newly-crowned internet legend... he fought back against Kaitlin's ignorance in the most beautifully college way possible.

By harnessing the power of apathy.

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His "meh" attitude leaves her with nothing to work with for her interview and the internet loves it.

Bennett begins the interview by asking the young man's opinion on adding urinals to women's bathrooms. He tells her he doesn't care. She presses for a yes or no. He, again, doesn't care.

Bennet asks his opinions on putting menstrual products in men's rooms. Interviewee still doesn't care. He goes on to not care about pretty much everything else she asks him. We don't know if he legitimately doesn't care or if he just outright refuses to give her the transphobic soundbite we she was clearly digging for.

Either way, his apathy was a thing of beauty that totally stonewalled Ms. Bennet. As we mentioned before, the video is quite popular online, but we can't figure out why Ms. Bennet would release it as it makes her look, shall we say, not good.

You read that correctly.The young man didn't release the video,

Bennet did. She must not have had a lot of successful interviews to share if she opted to release this nothingness.

Whatever her reasoning, Twitter is oh so very glad she did.

Enjoy the minute of cringe.

Oh comments, you never cease to amaze us.









There are more of Kaitlin's "interviews" and pretty much none of them go well. If the comments are to be believed, Kaitlin graduated years ago and has just stuck around campus harassing and "interviewing" people for Infowars and other far-right outlets.

This has earned her quite a bit of ire from the current student body.

Isn't there a gun range somewhere that she can hang out at?

The book Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Trans (But Were Afraid to Ask) is available here.

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