US Congresswoman Omar publishes racist threat to kill her at fair

US Congresswoman Omar publishes racist threat to kill her at fair

- Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, a US Democratic Party lawmaker, has made public, a racist threat that she would be murdered at a state fair

- The congresswoman stated that she has to accept the reality of having security, until deranged people stop threatening her life

- Omar has denied charges that she’s anti-Semitic and has apologised in the past for stoking stereotypes of Jews in her remarks against lobbyists

Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, a US Democratic Party lawmaker, has made public, a racist threat that she would be murdered at a state fair by "a very capable person with a very big 'gun'".

Posting the threat on her Twitter account, @IlhanMN, Omar stated that she hates that “we live in a world where you have to be protected from fellow humans”, BBC reports.

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YEN.com.gh notes that the congresswoman, however, stated that she has to accept the reality of having security, until deranged people stop threatening her life.

As she tweeted:

The development comes as a US Senate candidate, Roy Moore, tweeted "President Trump was right, she should go back to Somalia".

There have been calls from Alabama Republicans and conservatives in general for Ms Omar's expulsion from Congress, over her stance on Israel.

Omar has denied charges that she’s anti-Semitic, having also faced censure from her own party.

In the past, she has also apologised for stoking stereotypes of Jews in her remarks against lobbyists.

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Recall that YEN.com.gh previously reported that United States President Donald Trump intensified his feud with four Democratic Party congresswomen.

In a tweet posted on his Twitter handle, @realDonaldTrump, the US president called on Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley to apologise to the United States.

Trump insisted that he did not believe that the four congresswomen, popularly referred to as The Squad, were capable of loving the USA.

He also called on them to apologise to Israel for what he referred to as “the horrible (hateful) things they have said”.

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