In 2018, Michigan residents elected three lawless women who would do more damage to their state in 4 years than anyone could have imagined.

Michigan’s Democrat Axis of Evil: Lawless AG Dana Nessel, authoritarian, job and small business-destroying Governor Gretchen Whitmer, and the dishonest activist SOS Jocelyn Benson

Thanks to the legalization of marijuana appearing on the ballot in the 2018 mid-term elections, Democrats showed up in record numbers. As a result, Michigan’s Axis of Evil was elected into the 3 of the top positions in the state: Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who intentionally placed COVID positive patients into nursing homes and long-term care facilities at the peak of the pandemic, and Democrat Attorney General Dana Nessel, who uses the law as a tool to threaten her political opponents and the dirtiest Democrat Secretary of State Michigan has ever known, Jocelyn Benson. In addition to using CARES funds to send over 7.7 million unsolicited absentee ballot applications, Michigan’s dirtiest SOS also instructed clerks across the state to ignore signature verification.

Now, the actions of Michigan’s dishonest and far-left activist Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson are once again being called into question after she made the incredible decision to block the media from obtaining the driving record of Patrick Lyoya. On April 4, Lyoya, a 26-year-old black man, was killed by a Grand Rapids Police officer while resisting arrest, and after he appears to have stolen the police officer’s stun gun while wrestling with him on the ground.

The videos – from the police car’s camera, the camera worn by the officer, a neighborhood home surveillance camera, and the passenger’s phone – show Lyoya and another passenger being pulled over in a residential neighborhood. After the police car and the car Lyoya is driving come to a stop, Lyoya exits the vehicle despite the officer yelling at him to “stay in the car” repeatedly.

Lyoya, remaining outside of his vehicle, persistently asks the police officer what he did wrong. The officer informs him that “the plate does not belong on this car.” The officer then asks if he has a license and asks Lyoya to get it from the car, and he opens the driver-side door and asks his passenger to get it for him. However, before the passenger can give him his license, Lyoya shuts the door and begins to walk away from the officer.

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The officer follows Lyoya and tries to restrain and handcuff him, but Lyoya starts fighting him and then tries to run away. The officer runs after him, eventually catching him and pinning him on the ground, yelling at him to “stop resisting” and to put his hands behind his back.

After gaining control of the situation, the police officer tries to bring Lyoya over to the police car but is again met with a struggle. It seems that the officer pulls out his taser, which Lyoya then grabs. You can hear the officer repeatedly demand him to “let go of the taser,” which Lyoya doesn’t appear to listen to.

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Stills from bodycam footage show the struggle between Patrick Lyoya and the police officer for the taser.

He pins Lyoya again, who then grabs the officer’s taser. As this is taking place, the passenger of the vehicle has gotten out of the car and is recording on his cell phone.

The officer then fires his gun at Lyoya’s head, killing him. The camera was deactivated on the surveillance footage from the officer’s body camera before the shooting.

Carmine Sabia reminds his Twitter followers that a taser is a deadly weapon and that Civil Rights leaders might “want to advise others to stop fighting the police and start cooperating.”

The officer involved in the shooting that left the 26-year-old who resisted arrest and stole the police officer’s taser gun is still under investigation and has not yet gone to trial. Yet, Michigan’s activist Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is refusing to allow the release of Lyoya’s driver’s record. In a statement to the media, the Sec. of State Benson said:

“The Michigan Department of State condemns the killing of Patrick Lyoya.” Remember, this case is still under investigation. There has been no trial to determine the police officer’s guilt or innocence, if he was acting out of self-defense, or if, as Benson would like everyone to believe, he’s simply a cold-blooded murderer.

The statement explains that although they have already provided the driving record and personal information of Lyoya to other media outlets, it will no longer provide them to additional outlets.

Finally, the statement from the activist and reliably dishonest SOS suggests that the media is “wrongly” claiming Lyoya is “culpable for being shot in the back of the head by a Grand Rapids police officer.”

Is it any wonder Michigan and states across America are struggling to find good people willing to become law enforcement officers?

Fox 17 reported on Michigan’s activist SOS’s statement to the media, which informed them the FOIA that has always allowed them to obtain this information doesn’t apply to black men shot by white police officers.


The popular Republican SOS candidate Kristina Karamo has repeatedly condemned Benson for representing a small fringe, far-left minority while making up false claims and smearing anyone who opposes her illegal activity. Karamo promises that when she is elected as Michigan’s next Secretary of State, she will clean up elections, making them free, fair, and trustworthy for every citizen.

In April, Kristina received a standing ovation from thousands when she spoke at a Trump rally in Washington Twp., MI. The crowd roared when Karamo asked, “Who does this woman [Benson] think she is?”


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