Allie Stuckey questioned the morality and patriotism of Twitter users criticizing Otto Warmbier, who passed away after returning home in a coma following imprisonment in North Korea, on "For What It's Worth."

Liberal magazine Affinity placed the blame for his detainment, torture and death on the 22-year-old. Salon called him a "frat boy," as though being one is justification for murder. The #Warmbier hashtag is a study in contrasts.

Allie said if his murder doesn't make you angry, she sincerely questions "who you are a person and as an American."

To see more from For What It's Worth, check out their videos on TheBlaze Contributors and to see more from Allie, visit her channel on TheBlaze.

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