It can’t be too often that guests to Hawaii are threatened with being hit with frozen poop. But it didn’t seem to faze Trump surrogates and conservative provocateurs Candace Owens and Charlie Kirk. They came gunning for a fight. JAMM AQUINO/[email protected] Candace Owens, right, and Charlie Kirk greet supporters during a campus appearance Thursday at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Owens and Kirk are known for their advocacy for the Republican party. It can’t be too often that guests to Hawaii are threatened with being hit with frozen poop. But it didn’t seem to faze Trump surrogates and conservative provocateurs Candace Owens and Charlie Kirk. They came gunning for a fight. “Frozen poop?! Hahahaha that’s a first,” tweeted Owens in response to the threats on social media. “Let’s do this Hawaii!” The two 20-somethings have been traveling to college campuses nationwide as part their grassroots campaign to increase support for President Donald Trump and right-wing ideas. Kirk is the founder of Turning Point USA, an organization that promotes free-market capitalism and limited government. Owens, whose stature has been buoyed in recent months by Kanye West — who tweeted in April, “I love the way Candace Owens thinks” — is… Read full this story
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