Nov 16, 2015

MN House candidate ends campaign after tweeting ‘ISIS isn’t necessarily evil’ - BringMeTheNews.com

A candidate running for a seat in the Minnesota House has dropped out of the race after sending a tweet about the Islamic State that he says got "badly misinterpreted." Dan Kimmel of Burnsville was running for state representative of District 56A, which includes Savage and part of Burnsville, in the 2016 election, when he tweeted saying "ISIS isn't necessarily evil."...

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