REPORT: Ilhan Omar 2020 opponent clarifies ‘hanging’ comment

NOVEMBER 30, 2019

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A Republican contender against Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar clarified comments calling for her to be hanged after she was banned on Twitter for the threat.

“Treason is the only thing mentioned in the constitution for the death penalty, punishable by hanging or firing squad,” Danielle Stella said Friday on Facebook. “I believe all involved should be thoroughly investigated. I did not threaten anyone. If you are calling it a threat – you believe that individual is guilty, and therefore it is not a threat, it’s treason.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Stella said she was trying to “clarify” her original comments on Twitter where she said Omar should be “tried for #treason and hanged.”

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