The governor said, “It needs to be stopped” – which was the target of a kidnapping plot that was abducted by the FBI last week – Wrote on twitter.
“It is absolutely rhetoric that has endangered the lives of me, my family and other government officials while we try to save the lives of our fellow Americans,” she wrote.
Whitmer’s tweet is linked to a clip of the president in which he told thousands of fans in Muskegon on Saturday that he “needed to get your governor to open your state.”
“And open your schools. Keep your schools open. Schools must be open, right? “Trump said, as some in the crowd” shut him down! ”
“Lock in all up”, the president replied as the chant continued.
Whitmer’s remarks echoed those he made about the president last Thursday, when officials announced the arrest of 13 militia members who allegedly abducted him as part of a plan. Plans to include the state capitol and the Second American Civil War broke out.
The governor said what he said because of Trump’s refusal to condemn white supremacy and extremism in America
After news of the kidnapping plot broke, Trump likened Whitmer to “a dictator”, telling Fox Business News that “people can’t afford him” because of his tough coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
“Our head of state has spent the past seven months denying science, ignoring his own health experts, inciting mistrust, inciting anger and comforting those who spread fear and hatred.” said.