President Trump, U.S. SML McConnell, U.S. House Minority Leader McCarthy, a Moment of Your Time

Whatever you do – DO NOT BAILOUT – this lying to our Vice President and wantonly corrupt governor or lawless AG that has enabled it all, especially, with the “DEVASTATING” financial destruction in our state.

For her reckless decisions unfounded on science or data to lockdown our economy for months?

Allow us proud Michiganians the same decency of decimating the Democrat Party in Power over today’s Michigan, that you have provided to the good people of Hong Kong the freedom to do to the Chinese Communist Party.

We will have your back and, U.S. Senate candidate John James back in November.

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  3 comments for “President Trump, U.S. SML McConnell, U.S. House Minority Leader McCarthy, a Moment of Your Time

  1. 10x25MM
    May 29, 2020 at 3:05 pm

    Our Governor figured all along that she could get the Feds to reimburse most of Michigan's lost revenue - but not all. This explains why marijuana and lottery sales were so gently treated in the XO blizzard. Lost taxes on these products were never going to be reimbursed by the Feds.

    Now the major threat to Michigan's reimbursement is our Governor's sorry education in idiomatic English, She is about to learn what "bite the hand that feeds you" means.

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  2. KG One
    May 29, 2020 at 7:31 pm

    Just like Pres. Trump didn't let Kwame out of prison, despite all of the undeniable "breaking news" to the contrary, he's seen the tea leaves and would NEVER sign a bill giving more money to mismanaged states.

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    • Corinthian Scales
      May 29, 2020 at 9:35 pm

      President Trump had absolutely ZERO to do with conspired Fake News agenda fantasyland Kwame's "early" release nonsense.

      A Federal Bureau of Prisons spokesman told The Detroit News late Tuesday night that officials reviewed Kilpatrick's case and refused to release him nearly 17 years early on home confinement. The review appeared to be part of a broader effort to release prisoners in hopes of stemming the spread of a virus that has killed 64 federal inmates nationwide.

      "On Tuesday, May 26, 2020, the Federal Bureau of Prisons reviewed and denied inmate Kwame Kilpatrick for home confinement," the Bureau of Prisons office of public affairs wrote in an email to The News.

      Where anyone believes our President's involvement comes into play with "shortening" a 24 felony-count conviction over decades of taxpayer abuse is totally delusional.

      I will add that, perhaps, Mrs. Whitsett should truly reflect upon her hydroxychloroquine gift, and not so much about trying to 'exonerate' criminal elements within her Party and City, that are justly convicted.

      Either that or, her lawsuit against her Party's censure begins to look totally contrived.

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