Michigan Rep. Karen Whitsett (D-Detroit) was hammered by her own party for meeting with President Donald Trump and crediting hydroxychloroquine for saving her life. Now, Detroit Democrats are planning to vote on a resolution to censure the freshman lawmaker and bar any future endorsements.
UPDATE: A resolution to censure Rep. Whitsett unanimously passed on Saturday.
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On the "Glenn Beck Radio Program" Friday, Rep. Whitsett had a fiery message for Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, whom she said is undoubtedly behind the party's push to censure her.
"I threw her under the bus and I drove the bus over her. This is payback," Whitsett told Glenn. "And as long as you [Whitmer] are not doing your job, and black lives are being lost in the city of Detroit, I will continue to throw you under the bus, drive it over you, and drag you by your hair behind the bus. Because you need to do your job!"
Michigan State Rep. Karen Whitsett, @KayLyme, was HAMMERED by her own party after she thanked President Trump and s… https://t.co/huaCzb0qWf— Glenn Beck (@Glenn Beck)1587749911.0
Rep. Whitsett was a guest on the radio program last week following her meeting with the president. She received some good news for the people of Detroit during the COVID-19 crisis:
Michigan State Rep. @KayLyme received good news from President Trump: help is on the way for Detroit during this pa… https://t.co/gNqJG27nVy— Glenn Beck (@Glenn Beck)1587058518.0
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