Danielle Stella

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Danielle Stella

Danielle Stella, Ilhan Omar's challenger, had both her campaign and personal account perma-banned by Twitter, for the high crime of disagreeing with Omar. Basically in a sworn deposition to a Florida Court, a Kuwati-born Canadian businessman (Alan Bender), claims that Ilhan Omar was passing sensitive information to Quatar (based on info from Qatar’s Secretary for Security Affairs), which was being relayed to Iran. JPost and other places reported on this. Danielle said that "If it is proven @IlhanMN passed sensitive info to Iran, she should be tried for #treason and hanged", with a link back to the articles. Far lefties considered citing the legal punishment for treason, to be a death threat... and this evidence to be a conspiracy theory (even though it was more than they ever had for Russian Collusion, Kavanaugh or impeachment -- where the left wanted hangings without a trial). Thus Danielle received dozens of death threats (that weren't ban-worthy), while her claims like "if true", or "she should be tried" were considered dog-whistles begging people to commit violence. [sigh] If the far-left got irony, they'd be pointing and laughing at themselves.


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Ilhan Omar
Ilhan Omar (Somali-American) is a racist anti-semitic Muslim who is Minnesota's congressional representative (D). She's advocated for far left causes with far left dishonesty: like vilifying ICE, the Travel ban, and criticizing Israel's settlement policy. She supports the racist BDS movement, Nation of Islam, David Duke supported her, and she made tweets like "Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel". Substitute "blacks" for Israel to decide if that's racist or not. After Democrats started admitting she was being anti-semitic, she apologized by blaming "AIPAC, the NRA and the fossil fuel industry" for her actions.
Twitter is an enemy of free speech and tolerance. Examples include them shadow banning conservatives (and admitting it, on-tape), some of their employees getting excited about violating their members privacy (assuming those members are conservatives/Trump), and how they suppressed anti-Hillary tweets during the election. That's scarily Orwellian. It's still their company and they get to be as dicky as they want to be with it (within the bounds of the law). But I'm going to point out their moral terpitude just so that consumers can make an informed choice -- not as any call to action (legal, governmental or otherwise).