Governor Whitmer has been making the rounds on a variety of TV shows attempting to paint anyone who opposes her shutdown order as “racists” and “Nazis.”

Yesterday, Michigan’s Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer appeared on The View, where she was praised by the far-left hosts.

The View’s co-host Whoopi Goldberg asked Whitmer about the protesters, specifically focusing on the “armed protesters.”

The View’s queen of race-baiting, Sonny Hostin recalled Governor Whitmer’s grotesque characterization of protesters who are desperate to go back to work as “some of the worst racism and awful parts of our history.” Hostin attempted to tie President Trump to the “racist” protesters by remarking that he tweeted “#LiberateMichigan.”

Whitmer’s response to Hostin’s race-baiting question was not to defend the free speech rights of the citizens of Michigan but to throw gasoline on the fire, saying, “This is not free speech. This is a call to violence. This is racist and misogynistic.”

So, what about that time in 2012, when Michigan’s governor,

Twitter user Michelle Gregoire reminds us of the time that then-State Senator Gretchen Whitmer (D), led a protest against Governor Rick Snyder in her fight to prevent Michigan citizens the right to join a union.

Whitmer Yells, “Who runs this state?” The crowd Replies,” The People!” Whitmer Yells, “I’m not afraid of the people…The governor’s afraid of the people!”

So, it’s okay for Gretchen Whitmer to be part of a violent protest filled with union thugs threatening anyone who doesn’t agree with them, but if Michigan citizens dare to question her authority, they’re all “racists?” Okay…

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