‘S***hole Organization’ — Conservative Activist Chapter Disbands Citing AWFUL Leadership

Liam Clancy Reporter
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Kaitlin Bennett, the president of Turning Point USA’s Kent State University chapter blasted the right-wing organization in a letter Monday, citing leadership deficiencies in the national organization that led to the chapter’s eventual dissolution.

The Kent State chapter of TPUSA made headlines last year after a “safe space” protest in which conservative students donned diapers to mock liberals was widely derided.

Bennett addressed the letter to TPUSA field director Frankie O’Laughlin and TPUSA regional manager Alana Mastrangelo, alleging that the two signed off on the “safe space” event but then abandoned Bennett to deal with the ensuing fallout and harassment.

“I have been highly disappointed in the leadership of those higher up than me in Turning Point USA,” Bennett wrote. “I was embarrassed to have been left alone to deal with the aftermath of the safe space event, and even lied about by Turning Point national.”

“You two approved the event but took zero responsibility to save face for yourselves,” Bennett continued.

Bennett also took aim at TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk, claiming he too refused to defend the college student’s efforts.

In addition, Bennett labeled Kirk “a college dropout who hires some of the most incompetent, lazy, and downright dishonest people I have ever encountered.”

The Kent State TPUSA Twitter account went rogue after publication of the letter, hurling further insults on Charlie Kirk.

Bennett ended the letter with a brutal denouncement of the conservative organization.

“I have realized how much of a s***hole organization Turning Point USA is, and am glad I got out of this bulls**t before I invested my whole life into it, let alone just my senior year of college.”