Before she was the chief executive of Michigan (nice going on that one, Michiganders), radically far-left Governor Gretchen Whitmer was a radically far-left state senator.
Despite criticizing the January 6 U.S. Capitol Building protesters to no end, Whitmer somehow forgot to mention that she was proud of leading the resistance when Michigan’s State Capitol was overrun by crazed know-nothings back in 2012.
What’s most wild is that libs like Whitmer forget that the internet is here to stay and their hypocrisy will always be on full display.
From 100 Percent Fed Up:
On January 6, 2021, Joe Biden VP candidate and MI Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer posted a videotaped message on Twitter condemning the “insurrection” at the nation’s Capitol building.
I am appalled at the insurrection we saw in our nation’s Capitol today.
We had an election. We voted. Now, we need to work together to move forward. pic.twitter.com/TuY7w0f9DB
— Governor Gretchen Whitmer (@GovWhitmer) January 6, 2021
But in 2012, Michigan’s very own Insurrection Barbie (then-Democrat Senator Gretchen Whitmer), was singing a much different tune.
Yesterday, Tudor Dixon, a Republican candidate for governor in Michigan, shared a stunning video that reveals a much different Gretchen Whitmer, one who not only condoned angry dissenters staging a coup at the state Capitol but an angry Democrat who bragged about allowing the angry mob to gain entry into the locked-down Capitol by climbing through her office window.
The Supreme Court of Michigan not long ago made clear that Whitmer abused her power during the pandemic.
After that, news broke that a bunch of people were plotting to kidnap the governor.
Naturally, President Hitler Orangeman was to blame because he will forever be every Democrat’s scapegoat.
From Fox News:
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer accused President Trump on Thursday of providing a “rallying cry” to hate groups after the FBI uncovered a plot by individuals connected to an anti-government militia to abduct her ahead of the presidential election.
In her first public comments on the plot, Whitmer thanked the FBI, Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel and state police for “bringing these sick and depraved men to justice.” She argued that Trump has provided tacit support to radical groups by refusing to condemn white supremacy, referencing the president’s comment during last week’s debate that the Proud Boys, a far-right group unaffiliated with the kidnapping plot, should ‘stand back and stand by.’”
#BREAKING: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer slams Trump in response to kidnapping plot: "'Stand back and stand by.' Hate groups heard the President's words not as a rebuke, but as a rallying cry. As a call to action." pic.twitter.com/c0U5HdAh1T
— The Hill (@thehill) October 8, 2020
A total of 13 men face federal and state charges in connection to the plot to allegedly target Whitmer, local police and the state Capitol. The FBI said the six men charged in federal court had spent months planning and rehearsing a kidnapping in response to Whitmer’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The thing is, the ringleader hates “tyrant” Trump.
Wow! This is big. Brandon Caserta, one of the ringleaders of the group of men arrested for a plot where the group planned to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, hated President Trump too!
"Trump is not your friend dude"
He says Trump is "a tyrant" & calls President Trump an "enemy". pic.twitter.com/T5paEeTkiJ
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) October 8, 2020
Whitmer recently decided to build an eight-foot wall around the governor’s mansion. You know, to keep bad people out.
From Washington Examiner:
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s current home is getting an 8-foot-tall wall built around it and other security updates, leaving taxpayers with a $1.1 million bill.
So, Gretchen should now be able to concede that a wall on America’s southern border with Mexico would be beneficial to Americans, right?
Here’s a Whitmer/wall tweet from 2017…
$40 BILLION for the wall. Think how many kids that would educate, how many roads, bridges and pipes it would fix. https://t.co/R9HaqLAsMZ
— Governor Gretchen Whitmer (@GovWhitmer) January 25, 2017