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It’s no secret that Dana Nessel, the angry lesbian attorney general from Michigan, is a vicious Trump-hater. Governor Gretchen Whitmer has assembled an entire “Seal Team” of jaded women to run Michigan, and as a result, the state is falling apart. However, what Dana Nessel just did in regards to the recent Whitmer kidnapping jury goes beyond the typical hysterical emotions we’ve come to expect with liberal women and President Trump. Now we’re venturing into forbidden prosecutorial conduct that, in a serious country, would result in Nessel’s immediate removal from office.

This latest blow to our judicial system revolves around the recent acquittal of three men caught up in the federal government’s attempt to stage a “kidnapping” of Gretchen Whitmer. The entire case unraveled, primarily due to the significant presence of federal agents and informants compared to actual “bad guys.” It amounted to nothing more than an FBI entrapment scheme, and this was evident to many jurors.

When the final three men (out of 14 total charged) were found not guilty, Attorney General Dana Nessel did the unthinkable. She viciously attacked the jury, alleging that the only reason the three men were acquitted is because the jury was comprised of “right wingers.” This statement is beyond outrageous; it’s a grave violation of trust and integrity and it raises serious questions about Nessel’s ability to hold office.


Michigan’s attorney general suggested conservative politics played a role in the acquittal of three men in the final trial related to a plan to kidnap Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

Dana Nessel, also a Democrat, told a liberal group Monday the trial was held in a “very right-leaning county.”

She said Friday’s verdicts were “perplexing, confusing but terrifying.” The Detroit News obtained a video of Nessel’s remarks to a group called Protectors of Equality in Government.

It is uncommon for a prosecutor, or even a defense lawyer, to publicly question a jury’s motivation. Unlike Nessel, the U.S. Justice Department did not blame two federal acquittals last year in the same investigation on ideology.

But it gets even worse, folks. Nessel then proceeded to draw a comparison between Antrim County and Ingham County, where her office pursued felony charges against 16 Republicans who signed a “false certificate” following the 2020 presidential election in an effort to contest Democrat Joe Biden’s so-called win. “These cases will eventually go to trial in Ingham County, which is distinctly different from Antrim County,” Nessel remarked. “Ingham County, home to Lansing, leans heavily Democratic.”

What Dana said about the case involving the 16 Trump electors should be grounds for immediate dismissal.

She also admitted that Trump’s alternate electors were acting on a genuine belief that Trump won Michigan and that it was stolen from him, which puts into question how she can prove intent in that presumptively upcoming trial.

The Detroit News:

Nessel also said the Michigan false electors had been “brainwashed” and “genuinely” believed Trump won Michigan’s 2020 presidential election.

“They legit believe that. They genuinely believe it,” Nessel said during her comments, according to the video.

Nessel announced eight felony charges, including forgery, against each of the 16 false electors in July. Kevin Kijewski, the lawyer for one of the electors, Clifford Frost of Warren, said Nessel’s remarks, saying there was a belief that Trump won, could cause a problem for her office’s ability to prove the electors had an intent to defraud when they signed the certificate.

“This just proves that the prosecutor is acting politically,” Kijewski said.

In all of her recent statements, Nessel underscores the sinister and deeply politically motivated nature of the left’s relentless quest for power, and she should be removed from office by the scruff of her politicized neck. Her priorities do not align with justice in the state of Michigan; instead, her focus appears to be solely on political revenge.