Conservative porn star gets kicked out of TPUSA conference and starts selling t-shirts

A porn star was kicked out of a conservative event targeting high school students after complaints from outraged parents.

Brandi Love, 48, attended the “Student Action Summit” Saturday with Turning Point USA in Tampa, Florida, posing for photos for exhibits and a “save America” ​​tour bus.

But was suddenly kicked out after backlash from parents and Christian organizers.

But Love capitalizes on the attention by selling t-shirts that mock one of the conference’s founders.

On her Only Fans website, she sells shirts with the slogan ‘I Triggered Charlie Kirk’.

Kirk founded the pro-Trump organization in 2012, when he was 18 years old. Since then, he has been the executive director of TPUSA.

Brandi Love, 48, attended the ‘Student Action Summit’ Saturday with Turning Point USA in Tampa, Florida, but was suddenly expelled after backlash from Christian organizers

Love initially arrived at the Tampa Convention Center as an eager VIP guest

Love initially arrived at the Tampa Convention Center as an eager VIP guest

Love decided to exploit the incident by making a t-shirt with the words

Love decided to exploit the incident by making a t-shirt with the words “I activated Charlie Kirk” and putting it up for sale on her Only Fans website.

Love initially arrived at the Tampa Convention Center as an avid VIP guest and posted numerous photos of himself on Twitter with the caption, “It’s good to be around so many young conservatives. Gives me some hope!’

But Christian conservatives immediately began to criticize her social media presence, rejecting the organization’s decision to allow an adult movie star to attend an event aimed at 15- and 16-year-olds.

Many complained that Love’s presence clashed with conservative values, while others pointed out that minors were present.

The adult movie star posed for photos for exhibits at the conservative conference

The adult movie star posed for photos for exhibits at the conservative conference

Christian conservatives denounce the organization's decision to allow an adult movie star to attend an event targeting 15 and 16-year-olds

Christian conservatives denounce the organization’s decision to allow an adult movie star to attend an event targeting 15- and 16-year-olds

Many complained that Love's presence clashed with conservative values, while others pointed out that minors were present.  Within hours, Love received an email from the organizers that she was no longer invited to participate in the event.

Many complained that Love’s presence clashed with conservative values, while others pointed out that minors were present. Within hours, Love received an email from the organizers that she was no longer invited to participate in the event.

Brandi Love, 48, (pictured) was scheduled to attend Saturday's Student Action Summit with Turning Point USA in Tampa, Florida, but was suddenly kicked out after backlash from Christian organizers.

Love took a jab at Charlie Kirk, (pictured) who founded the TPUSA in 2012, when he was 18 years old.  He has been the director of the organization ever since.

Brandi Love (left) poked Charlie Kirk (right) who founded the TPUSA in 2012, when he was 18 years old

Within hours, Love received an email from the organizers that she was no longer invited to participate in the event.

“We are sorry to inform you that your SAS 2021 invitation has been withdrawn,” read an email from the organization, according to an image Love posted on Twitter. “This decision is final. This withdrawal will not affect the application to future events and we hope you will consider applying again in the future.”

Love tweeted that she had just seen Kirk, Dan Bongino, Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) and Kat Timpf talk about freedom, censorship, how inclusive the “movement” is, only to be “thrown out.”

She continued, adding, “The Republican Party is broken.”

Love (pictured) initially arrived at the Tampa Convention Center as an avid VIP guest and posted numerous photos of himself on Twitter with the caption: “It's good to be around so many young conservatives.  Gives me some hope!'

Love (pictured) initially arrived at the Tampa Convention Center as an avid VIP guest and posted numerous photos of himself on Twitter with the caption, “It’s good to be around so many young conservatives. Gives me some hope!’

In a statement to Newsweek, TPUSA spokesperson Andrew Kolvet addressed Love’s presence, saying, “Due to its policy, TPUSA does not allow adult entertainers, influencers or brands to participate in its events designed for minors.”

“This was not a decision that was unkind to anyone, but in the best interest of the students attending and their thousands of concerned parents,” Kolvet added.

This is not the first time TPUSA has been criticized.

Last December, TPUSA was condemned by conservatives when the event’s sponsor, Bang Energy, had its ‘Bang Girls’ pour free money into the crowd of college and high school students.

‘People, we’re trying to get that thing’ [money cannon] rolling,” said Jack Owoc, CEO of Bang Energy, before the money was handed out at the conference on the fight against socialism.

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