This morning, Michigan residents were stunned when they woke up to the news that the Kellogg Corporation that’s been headquartered in Michigan since its founding in 1906, will be moving the headquarters for its snack company, which accounts for about 80% of its sales, to Chicago.
Kelloggs has been a mainstay in Battle Creek, MI for decades. As the snack division in Kelloggs grew, so did the hopes of local residents for more job opportunities, but unfortunately, Michigan’s Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer has had other priorities like “menstruating Michiganders.”
On November 4, while individuals and businesses were suffering from the repercussions of her COVID shutdowns, Gov. Whitmer bragged about one of her biggest accomplishments as governor—the passing of a “bipartisan” bill that would remove taxes on tampons and other feminine products.
"This is a bipartisan tax cut … repealing this unfair, one-sided tax is the right thing to do."
-Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) speaks before making Michigan the 21st state to end the so-called "tampon tax." pic.twitter.com/nduzY6MGv0
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Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s obsession with menstruation doesn’t end with women in Michigan. During a Zoom call today with fellow Democrats, Governor Gretchen Whitmer referred to Michigan women as “menstruating people.”
Fox News reports – Whitmer made the comments after being asked a question about a proposed amendment to the Michigan state constitution protecting access to abortion for its citizens should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade.
The proposal’s initiative is being led by a group called Reproductive Freedom For All, and it will only appear on the ballot if a minimum number of petition signatures required by state law are obtained and certified by the board of state canvassers by July 11.
Whitmer explained her plan to deal with Roe vs. Wade should it be overturned by the US Supreme Court, as expected.
“Number one: I have the constitutional ability to bring a lawsuit to protect constitutional rights of people of Michigan. So I brought a lawsuit on behalf of all the menstruating people in Michigan — 2.2 million. And another tool I have is to go straight to our state Supreme Court,” she added.
Pastor Ralph Rebandt, a GOP candidate running for governor in Michigan responded to Whitmer’s ridiculous remark.
“Our Declaration of Independence addresses ‘the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God.’ Governor Whitmer’s use of politically correct LGBTQ+ language is evidence of a moral collapse in our society,” he told Fox News Digital.
“A culture that rejects ‘Nature’s God,’ as we did sixty years ago, will eventually reject the ‘Laws of Nature.’ When that happens, God help us, because there’s no line that can’t be crossed,” he added.
GOP gubernatorial primary candidate Tudor Dixon had this to say about Whitmer’s remark:
Has the left gone insane? I mean really. Menstruating people? Drag queens in every school? This is not normal behavior. Someone needs to check the Democratic Party. It’s starting to seem like COVID was more like mad cow disease,” businesswoman Tudor Dixon told Fox News Digital, including reference to Democratic Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel saying at a recent event that there should be “a drag queen for every school.”