Unearthed Video Shows Dem Governor Brag About Leading Capitol Insurrection


Despite opposing the United States’ decision on January 6th, Whitmer was so focused on the Capitol Building protesters that she neglected to say that she was proud of leading the opposition when Michigan’s State Capitol was overtaken by insane know-it-alls in 2012.

What’s even more strange is that liberals like Whitmer seem to forget that the internet is here to stay, and their hypocrisy will always be exposed.

Joe Biden VP candidate and Michigan Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer condemned the insurrection at the nation’s Capitol building in a recorded message shared on Twitter on January 6, 2021.

In 2012, however, Michigan’s own Insurgency Barbie- Democrat Senator Gretchen Whitmer- has now jumped and chose a different music.

Tudor Dixon, a Republican candidate for governor of Michigan, shared a stunning video yesterday that reveals a very different Gretchen Whitmer, one who not only condoned angry dissenters staging a coup at the state Capitol, but also boasted about allowing the angry mob to gain entry into the locked-down Capitol by climbing through her office window.

Upon the FBI’s discovery of a conspiracy by persons associated to an anti-government militia to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ahead of the presidential election, Whitmer accused Trump of providing a rallying cry to hate groups.

Whitmer praised the FBI, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, and state police for bringing these sick and depraved men to justice, claiming that Trump has given tacit support to radical groups by refusing to condemn white supremacy, citing Trump’s comment during last week’s debate that the Proud Boys, a far-right group opposed to the kidnapping plot, should stand back and watch.

In connection with the alleged plot to target Whitmer, local police, and the state Capitol, a total of 13 men face federal and state charges. According to the FBI, the six men indicted in federal court spent months planned and practicing a kidnapping in retaliation for Whitmer’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak.