Governor Whitmer’s (D-MEA) dangerous rhetoric has violent consequences.
Michigan’s economy fared worse under Whitmer than other states, and families are struggling to keep food on the table.
And Democrats refuse to condemn Dana Nessel’s call for “a drag queen for every school.”
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FANNING THE FLAMES OF VIOLENCE
Instead of condemning the escalating violence or cooling her rhetoric, Whitmer doubled-down. Radical extremists have been encouraged by Whitmer’s “fight like hell” call to action.
Whitmer must stop fanning the flames with her dangerous rhetoric, and make it clear to her supporters that these violent acts will not be tolerated.
MICHIGAN STILL WORSE UNDER WHITMER
Under Governor Whitmer, Michigan has lost almost 82,000 jobs. Our recovery from Whitmer’s lockdowns places us in the bottom tier of states nationally, and many of the businesses closed by her orders never reopened.
Prices are still rising. Nearly 7 out of 10 people are looking for extra work to make ends meet. More families are turning to food banks, but supply chain disruptions and inflation mean there’s less to go around.
Whitmer calls this “momentum.” In reality, Michigan’s economy is going the wrong way.
DEMOCRATS REFUSE TO CONDEMN NESSEL’S EXTREME AGENDA
Earlier this month, we released video of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel calling for “a drag queen for every school.” Nessel also stated drag queens would be “fun for kids” and “lift them up when they are having emotional issues.”
Governor Whitmer and other Democrat allies of Nessel have refused to condemn her extreme remarks.
As students’ reading and math levels continue plummeting to record-breaking lows due to Governor Whitmer’s policy locking students out of classrooms, parents who want real solutions deserve to know where Nessel’s allies stand on her radical plan for students.
HEADLINES YOU’LL WANT TO SEE
The Center Square: Michigan mother sues school board over COVID-19 policy ‘retaliation’
Trafalgar Group: Poll Shows Dixon Closing on Whitmer
Michigan Capitol Confidential: Michigan lags other states in regaining jobs lost due to pandemic-era lockdown
Michigan Freedom Fund