Where do Whitmer, Democrats Stand on CRT? They Don’t Want to Say

Where do Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Rep. Elissa Slotkin, Rep. Haley Stevens and other high profile Michigan Democrats stand on critical race theory? 

They're not saying while actively trying to hide what they think about it from voters.

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Opinion: Where do Michigan leaders stand on critical race theory?

This column originally appeared in The Detroit News.

There’s a debate raging in Washington, D.C., Lansing, local governments and school districts over the merits of individual freedom, equality and even capitalism: Do we embrace the American dream and our commitment to liberty — the qualities that have long made the United States “a shining city on a hill,” or are equality and opportunity no longer worth protecting?

Those are essential questions. Unfortunately, they’re questions that too many high-ranking Michigan politicos, from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to prominent metro Detroit members of Congress, have spent the summer ducking.

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Freedom Alert: Here we go again!

We’ve seen Governor Whitmer and her team flip flop before, and they’re doing it again.

They said there wouldn't be a new mask mandate.

Whitmer claimed her "hands are tied."

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Fix the Roads, Jennifer

President Biden and Gretchen Whitmer made headlines this week – not for their bloated Federal debt spending on public transportation and high speed internet, but because President Biden called her “Jennifer.”

Whatever you want to call her, it’s ridiculous that after 31 months of Whitmer’s leadership, we still have infrastructure problems in this state, and they’re getting worse.

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A Conservative Champion

In communities across Michigan, voters went to the polls this past Tuesday. In the 28th state Senate district there was a special primary election on the ballot, and conservative champion Mark Huizenga won a hard-fought victory.

In the state House, Rep. Mark Huizenga has consistently stood up to Governor Whitmer and her attacks on workers and freedom. As the fight to protect Michigan jobs and our Constitutional rights intensifies, it’s critical that we have strong allies in the Legislature who are willing to hold her accountable.

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Even Whitmer Isn’t Above the Law

Governor Whitmer has decided that Michigan’s campaign finance law just doesn’t apply to her. It’s ridiculous. It’s hypocritical. And it’s illegal.

Of course, none of those things surprise us about Governor Gretchen Whitmer anymore. After once promising to get “big money” out of politics, a report this weekrevealed that Whitmer has raised millions above campaign finance limits.

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Whitmer's Actions Continue To Be Hypocritical, But They're Also Illegal

We've watched Governor Gretchen Whitmer have one set of rules for herself and another for everyone else since the beginning of the pandemic. As soon as Whitmer lifted the order banning motorboats, her husband tried to cut the line and get his boat in the water.

It happened again when Governor Whitmer criticized protests against her countless abuses of power - and then she marched side by side with protesters, ignoring her own social distancing recommendations.

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Why is Whitmer still paying people not to work?

Our state is experiencing an unemployment crisis, and Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s latest veto isn’t helping.

In Michigan, there aren’t too few jobs. On the contrary, job openings are everywhere, but after a year of lockdown orders, “non-essential” work closures, and big checks from the state to stay home, potential workers just aren’t biting.

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Will the Redistricting Commission Make Gerrymandering Worse?

Things have changed. In 2018 voters went to the polls and approved a constitutional amendment that puts legislative redistricting in the hands of 13 unelected citizens chosen at random from a pool of partisan and allegedly nonpartisan activist applicants.

The goal, left-wing activists told us, was to end gerrymandering. They wanted to take bizarrely shaped legislative districts and make them a thing of the past. Let voters pick their politicians, they said, not the other way around.

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Whitmer's Latest Vetoes Hurt Struggling Students And Small Businesses

Governor Gretchen Whitmer shut down schools and the economy. Multiple times. The only thing more devastating than her previous orders is her hypocritical vetoes hurting students and small businesses while they continue to struggle.

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