?Caitlyn Jenner attends the Steven Tyler's 4th Annual GRAMMY Awards® Viewing Party Benefitting Janie's Fund Sponsored By Cincoro Tequila at Hollywood Palladium on April 03, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Araya Doheny/Getty Images for Cincoro Tequila)

Caitlyn Jenner Controversially Said This About Pro-Palestinian Protests

Emell Adolphus READ TIME: 2 MIN.

Whenever Caitlyn Jenner has an opinion, one can almost guarantee it's going to be controversial. Now the former Olympian turned-rightwing transgender media pundit has thrown in her two cents about the ongoing pro-Palestinian protests and clashes breaking out across college campuses, and, as expected, it's not popular.

Jenner took to X, formerly Twitter, to sound off on those using LGBTQ+ imagery to stand in solidarity with Palestinians, reported TMZ.

In one video, protestors can be seen raising a rainbow umbrella and a water jug in an attempt to diffuse hostilities, and that did not sit right with Jenner.

"Deport these morons and send them to Iran or Gaza," she posted. "Have fun being burnt alive, beheaded, or pushed off a building. It is illegal, and punishable by death in the most egregious ways, to be LGBT in these hell hole regions, governed with terrorist regimes!"

Jenner seemed convinced that the protesters at Cal Poly Humboldt were using LGBTQ+ symbols to show solidarity with Palestinians, which there was no real indication that this was taking place.

However, that didn't stop Jenner from jumping to conclusions, even taking the time to respond to news hits about her comments.

Retweeting one article, she declared: "LGBT (or not, but esp LGBT rioters perplex me) Hamas Supporters?! I say let's send them to the places they have so much love for. Go to Gaza. Go to Iran. Go to Iraq.
You'll be ruled by Hamas, Hezbollah, ISIS-K, the IRGC, etc.
Let me know how that goes...oh wait...👀," she wrote.

Jenner was confronted pro-Palestinian protesters in D.C. last weekend who were demonstrating at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, so perhaps she has been feeling extra touchy about protestors since then.

by Emell Adolphus

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