In response to the Twitter post, the former Minnesota GOP nominee calls for “bullets.”

Former Minnesota GOP congressional candidate Shukri Abdirahman released a call for “bullets” in response to newly released internal documents from Twitter.

Abdirahman, who was running for the GOP nomination for Ilhan Omar in Minnesota’s 5th congressional district earlier this year, sparked controversy and made national headlines for her tweet.

“We can no longer get rid of tyranny with ballots. It’s only possible with bullets now,” the tweet said.

Abdirahman’s tweet came in response to author Matt Taibbi, who posted a thread on behalf of Twitter owner Elon Musk about the social media platform’s decision in 2020 to allow access to a New York Post story of dubious origin via the laptop by Hunter Biden to throttle. Son of then presidential candidate Joe Biden.


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