Deplorables massed outside the home of Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson Saturday night in support of President Donald Trump and the Constitution he stands for. Shouting through megaphones about her oath ducking certification of the fraudulent election, their cries for an official forensic audit into how Biden stole the election made it impossible for her and her son to enjoy How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Deplorables turn the tables
Turning the tables on Michigan’s potentially “compromised” Secretary of State, Deplorables declared “no justice, no peace.” Dozens disturbed her peace with shouting and widespread patriotism.
As noted by USA Today, “A portion of the demonstration was broadcast live on Facebook around 9:30 p.m. The protesters are seen walking up to Benson’s home, some wearing President Donald Trump paraphernalia and carrying American flags.” Not a single one threw a Molotov cocktail or smashed any windows.
Teaching progressive liberals how enraged deplorables can still maintain order while actually protesting peacefully, they raised their voices in anger. We’re not gonna take it.
As Genevieve Peters declared, “We are letting her know that we’re not taking this (expletive) election.” This is only the beginning. “We are not standing down, we are not giving up. You are not going to take this election from a man that has earned it completely 100% by a freaking landslide.”
Police were called but didn’t step into the fray. The situation remained peaceful, MSP Lt. Mike Shaw said. “There wasn’t much to it,” Shaw said. “I wouldn’t even call it a demonstration, it was just a small event and nothing came of it.”
A Seattle zone of lawlessness
The deplorables chanted “Stop the steal” and “We want an audit.” There were plenty of signs and banners on hand including a stop sign that read, “Defend our liberty, stop the steal.”
The top election official in Michigan was terrified. Now she knows how the Detroit residents and business owners felt in August when Black Lives Matter tried to set up what the police chief called a “Seattle zone of lawlessness.”
Ms. Benson was highly perturbed at the way the deplorables ruined her family time. She got all testy about how “protesters gathered in front of her home as she and her 4-year-old son were finishing putting up Christmas decorations, just when the two were preparing to watch the Christmas classic, ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas.'”
The demands, she complains, “made outside my home were unambiguous, loud and threatening. They targeted me in my role as Michigan’s Chief Election Officer.” Attorney General Dana Nessel and Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy issued a joint statement slamming the “mob-like behavior.”
She claims to be in favor of the Constitution, after she sold it out. “I have always been an energetic advocate for the right and importance of peaceful protest as enshrined in the United States Constitution.” Free speech, she insists, shouldn’t affect her.
The First Amendment ends at her driveway. “however there is a line crossed when gatherings are done with the primary purpose of intimidation of public officials who are carrying out the oath of office they solemnly took as elected officials.” The deplorables wouldn’t have been there if she had stuck by out her oath of office.