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Dan Crenshaw
1. I never called you un-American. 2. I did not incite any violence against you. 3. You described an act of terrorism on American soil that killed thousands of innocent lives as “some people did something.” It’s still unbelievable, as is your response here.
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Tom Reimann Apr 10
Mr. Crenshaw, remember when the West Virginia GOP displayed a poster by an identified anti-Muslim hate group specifically connecting Rep Omar to 9/11 last month and then last week someone was arrested for threatening to murder her? Do you think perhaps your comment adds to this?
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Tom Reimann Apr 10
Here’s the context. Again, in case you actually care.
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Graham Allen Apr 10
Replying to @DanCrenshawTX
She got caught plain and simple..... Her words speak as loud as her actions and they don’t say “I love America”
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Debbie Roell Apr 10
What country does she love? She is being vague.
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Rob Apr 10
Replying to @DanCrenshawTX
Dan, I hate to be the one to tell you this but you are a bigot and your brain is broken. the rhetoric you are using is going to get someone hurt or killed, but you clearly don't seem to care.
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bjohns Apr 12
BS.Ridiculous, Rob.Her inane, insensensitive, and - unbelievable - reference to 9/11 is what could incite some crazy to harm her. It even gets normal people like us(me and Ben), who don't sanction violence, upset.Personal responsibility.She owns her own words - and consequences
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Joi Apr 10
But they wouldn't punish a whole group of people for the threatening behaviour of some? Which is the point she was making. Do you not see it? I bet if she could go back she'd spend more than a second on 9/11 but if she really wanted to minimise 9/11 she'd say it outright.
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Rosie memos Apr 12
Replying to @DanCrenshawTX
She is un-American.
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Déjà-vu 🏴‍☠️🎄 Apr 12
is America first the is themselves first.
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