My God. Gretchen sure is pissed off that her plans were spoiled for her childish and poorly planned kidnapping hoax that she had intended on blaming Trump-supporting radical right wing militia members on. Militia members that only existed within the confines of her deranged male-shaped skull. (Getting all the male skull jokes out of my system).
This reminds me of the instance when Pelosi made a similar symbolic gesture that was seemingly communicating instructions to assassinate the President.
She seems to be giving a “green[light]” to kill[bullet bracelet] the “orange[man]”.
You can see her very directly and intentionally fumble around with and explicitly motion to her stupid bullet bracelet that she had been wearing after just having come from some equally-stupid gun-grabbing fund raiser she had just been at.
So this is nothing new for the rats as you can see. I wonder what the assassination-attempt tally is up to by this point.
Video: Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Displays Symbols That Can Be Interpreted As ‘Kill Trump’ During Her Sunday Interview
By Sarah Hall – October 19, 2020
Both Whitmer and the White House are accusing the other of inciting violence.
The back-and-forth between President Donald Trump and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer heightened this weekend, as both Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden made swings through the state.
While Biden told a crowd in Southfield there is no better governor in the country than Whitmer, Trump spoke in front of a crowd chanting “lock her up” as he said the governor needs to open the state, and the schools. Notably, districts are open or closed at their own discretion based on local school administrator decisions.
“Lock ’em all up,” Trump said, responding to the chant.
Later Whitmer appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday morning and claimed the president has responsibility in the domestic terrorism plot against her while having a visible pin that read “8645.”
“Whitmer is encouraging assassination attempts against President Trump just weeks after someone sent a ricin-laced package to the White House,” said a tweet from a verified Trump campaign account, adding, “86 can be shorthand for killing someone.”
Supporters of the president took 86-45 as an incitement of violence against the 45th president. The use of 86 is typically used in food service as a means to communicate an item or ingredient is out of stock, or to refuse service to a customer who has become unruly or had too much to drink.
Speaker of the Michigan House Lee Chatfield said the “8645” pin encouraged more hate. He posted on Twitter that the chants of “Lock her up” Saturday night were wrong and said both sides should “debate differences,” be civil and treat each other with respect.