By Dan Calabrese
Of course someone would, and did.
You’ll be glad to know the result of the call was exactly what you’d expect, since there’s absolutely nothing illegal or otherwise wrong with Brenna Spencer choosing this as her senior photo:
I don’t take normal college graduation photos… pic.twitter.com/eI1NvLFYHs
— Brenna Spencer (@BrennaSpencer) April 7, 2018
Count me as a dissenter from the conservative male orthodoxy that says they’re nothing hotter than an attractive woman with a gun. Then again, my taste in women has been quite isolated and specific for the past 22 years so maybe you can’t go by me.
But Brenna Spencer’s photo is merely a reflection of who she is, presented with some flair, and obviously designed at least somewhat as blowback against the gun-grabbing atmosphere of the moment.
And as you might imagine, and probably should expect when you call this kind of attention to yourself, someone is going to call the cops:
Twitter user @Victoria__Silva tagged the Chattanooga Police Department and questioned whether Spencer broke the law for reportedly taking the photo outside the Hunter Museum of American Art, where concealed carry is not permitted.