School Superintendent Threatens Biden And Obama?

Will White from Ridgefield, USA, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – In North Carolina, the GOP nominee for superintendent of public instruction has in the past repeatedly made violent comments against members of the opposing party including President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama. 

In 2020 Republican nominee Michele Morrow had pushed for both men to be executed. CNN did not only uncover this statement but also several other comments she had made between 2019 and 2021 on social media arguing that prominent democrats including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (N.Y.) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had committed treason and needed to be executed. 

To win the position as nominee Morrow had to defeat the GOP primary incumbent Catherine Truitt.

In a different post in May 2020, Morrow had told a social media user that Obama needed to be in Guantanamo Bay and that if it was up to her he would be in front of a firing squad. She added that she would not want to see any more money being spent on supporting the former President’s life and that instead money should be made through “Pay Per View” for his execution. 

In the same year, she had argued against Biden’s comments about wearing masks and had claimed that the advice of the Constitution needed to be followed and that all traitors needed to be killed off. 

Her threats also extended to other top Democratic officials and lawmakers. 

Morrow has responded to the reemergence of these comments but has not retracted any of her previous comments or statements. 

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