Michigan Governor Allegedly Sent Rude Text Messages to Democrat Representative Karen Whitsett, Who Praised Trump for Drug

Michigan Governor Allegedly Sent Rude Text Messages to Democrat Representative Karen Whitsett, Who Praised Trump for Drug


Democrats are some of the most petty people you will ever meet.

Karen Whitsett, a Democrat state representative from Michigan, contracted COVID and fought for her life last month. Her doctor administered the drug, hydroxychloroquine, after her condition worsened. Whitsett later praised President Trump for bringing up the drug during his press conferences, saying that he saved her life by doing so.

What did Michigan Democrats do in return? They certainly didn’t congratulate Whitsett for defeating COVID. Instead, they unanimously voted to censure her.

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They censured her because she had the audacity to give the President credit and then later meet with him.

While Michigan Democrats certainly don’t wish Whitsett any ill will, it’s almost as if they wish she had succumbed to COVID.

The Detroit News reports on the vote to censure Whitsett:

Detroit Democrats unanimously passed a resolution Saturday to censure a Democratic lawmaker who credited President Donald Trump with advocating for the drug that she said cured her of COVID-19.

State Rep. Karen Whitsett, D-Detroit, broke protocol by meeting with President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence during an April 14 meeting of COVID-19 survivors, where  she credited hydroxychloroquine for saving her life, a Democratic district leader said.

“Thank you for everything that you have done,” Whitsett told Trump at the meeting. “I did not know that saying thank you had a political line. … I’m telling my story and my truth, and this how I feel and these are my words.”

Whitsett’s comments landed her in hot water with the 13th Congressional District Democratic Party organization, which unanimously passed the 15-delegate vote via Zoom Saturday ousting the first-term lawmaker representing the 9th Michigan House District.

“We have the ability to be the referee when we see our leaders out there attacking and not being willing to have a discussion to find common ground,” said Jonathan Kinloch, chairman of the organization. “Based on her actions and recent statements, she’s chosen to be a stand-alone Democrat with the goals of a Republican.”

The resolution states Whitsett has “misrepresented the needs and priorities” of Democratic leadership to the president and public.

The resolution also notes she’s participated in events with the Republican Women’s Federation of Michigan to express gratitude to the president.

Whitsett, the resolution said, “has repeatedly and publicly praised the president’s delayed and misguided COVID-19 response efforts in contradiction with the scientifically based and action-oriented response” from Michigan’s Democratic leadership, “endangering the health, safety and welfare of her constituents, the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan.”

The admonition means she will not get the group’s endorsement for this year nor will she be able to engage in the group’s activities for the next two election cycles.

Whitsett received an outpouring of support on Twitter, with many criticizing the Democrats for their actions:

Whitsett also claims she's received rude text messages from the controversial governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer.

Whitmer's name has been circulating a lot in the media recently because of her extreme actions taken to force social distancing upon Michigan residents.

The governor apparently wasn't happy with Whitsett meeting with the President and admonished her for it. It's surprising Whitmer had any time out of her day to contact Whitsett with all of the authoritarian executive orders she's been issuing.

Read what Fox News had to say about the matter:

As long as there are residents in the state of Michigan who need help and who need a voice, Democratic State Representative Karen Whitsett promised Saturday that she will not be silenced.

In an interview on "Fox & Friends Weekend" with host Pete Hegseth, Whitsett explained that she would also continue to work with President Trump and any president who extended a hand her way to ensure what's done in her state needs to be done.

On Saturday, a group called the 13th Congressional District Democratic Party Organization will consider censuring Whitsett for foregoing the status quo and meeting with President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to discuss her experience recovering from coronavirus, The Detroit News reported.

The admonition means she will not get the group’s endorsement for this year nor will she be able to engage in the group’s activities for the next two election cycles.

“At the end of the day, we have political systems,” said Jonathan Kinloch, chairman of the organization. “We have political parties, and political parties exist for a reason."

"There is so much more to this story and it's shameful, actually, of the Democratic Party," Whitsett stated. 13 congressional leaders -- Jonathan Kinloch who also works for Governor Gretchen Whitmer...and I believe this is the governor -- [have] decided that [they are] going to slap me on the wrist by silencing me. And, it's a shame that she's doing this. It's politics at its [worst]."

"In a time like this during a pandemic when she should be focusing on the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan, this is what she's focusing on: trying to silence me," Whitsett added. "I guess this is teaching me to be in my place and that's not going to stop me."

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Also, take a look at Representative Whitsett's appearance on Tucker Carlson's show along with her doctor:

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