LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is coming under fire after a video Zoom meeting between her and Michigan Democrats surfaced where she refers to defending the legal right to abortion in Michigan among “menstruating people.”


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Tudor Dixon, who is one of the five GOP gubernatorial candidates on the August 2nd primary ballot, questioned the sanity of the Democratic Party.


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Dixon’s “drag queen in every school” refers to Attorney General Dana Nessel’s speech at a civil rights conference last week where she spoke on “fake issues dividing people.” Nessel said “Drag queens are entertainment. Drag queens make everything fun.” Nessel has yet to respond to a tweet from Dixon asking her if she, as the state’s top law enforcement officer, will join her in criminalizing the sexualization of children in drag shows.

Ralph Rebandt called Whitmer’s language “a moral collapse in our society.”

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Garrett Soldano called Gov. Whitmer’s comments “a joke” in a Facebook post. 

Kevin Rinke told Fox News Digital that Whitmer is “on the extreme, fringe left when it comes to every issue.”

While Ryan Kelley did not respond to Whitmer’s “menstruating people” comment, he did share an email from the governor’s team.