State Rep. Cynthia Johnson was stripped of her House committee seats after she appeared to threaten Trump supporters in a viral video.
In Facebook videos posted over the weekend, Johnson warned Trump supporters to "be careful" and "walk lightly."
Johnson, a Democrat, also mentioned "soldiers" and appeared to suggest that they take up arms against Trump supporters.
"And for those of you who are soldiers, you know how to do it. Do it right. Be in order. Make them pay," Johnson said in the video.
In a subsequent post, Johnson clarified that she meant "soldiers against racism," not armed militants.
She claimed she received "death threats" after her aggressive questioning of Rudy Giuliani during a hearing last week on election fraud.
But State House Speaker Lee Chatfield, a Republican, said Johnson's behavior in the viral video was inappropriate, unacceptable and un-American.
Chatfield said Johnson would be stripped of her seats on the Agriculture; Oversight committee; and Families, Children and Seniors committees.
"Threats to Democrats or Republicans are unacceptable and un-American," Chatfield said. "They're even more unbecoming of an elected official. Rep. Johnson has been stripped of her committees and we're looking into further disciplinary action as the proper authorities conduct their investigation."
Johnson did not respond to a reporter's request for comment.