Trump protesters are trying to get NeverTrump Executive Director Jason Roe. Roe has called Trump voters as idiots as well as anyone doubting the election results. He has been advocating for moderate (As in RINO) candidates, most of whom lost their election and led Adam Schiff to victory in California.
Trump Republicans protested at the Michigan Republican Party’s headquarters in Lansing, Michigan today. They are outraged by Roe’s dismissive rhetoric about Trump and those who voted for him. They were protesting inn ho0es that he would resign or be fired.
The Republicans have a new Chairman and the protesters were hoping to get his attention and get him to fire Roe. Voters are tired of RINOs leading the party and they are showing their displeasure.
This past month Roe was at a Michigan political event where he got into arguments with several Republican activists. He also got into it with Republican candidates over the Trump legacy which Roe denounces and questions on the legitimacy of the election in Michigan.
It is not wise to keep him in a position of power and anyone who bucks the Trump legacy will have a hard time finding people to side with them, especially Republican voters.
Michigan Republicans fired former State Chair Laura Cox, who mismanaged the 2020 elections in the battleground state. Once it became apparent that the voting was questionable at best Cox did zilch and left it up to activists with no power to force the issue on their own. In fact, the Republican party was largely MIA in the fight for voter integrity.
Cox was replaced with Ron Weiser, a real estate billionaire Trump fundraiser and ‘bundler’ who is a political moderate, but who promised to promote conservatives. Weiser ran with Co-Chair Meshawn Maddock, who is a pro-Trump conservative, to offset the moderate image.
Mellissa Carone, the Dominion whistleblower who came forward as a fearless champion against voter fraud and is now a candidate for office, was at the protest and demanded the Michigan Republican Party “clean house.”
“Jason Roe is not right for Michigan,” Carone said.
“Imagine if someone applied to work for the state party in 2009 and said they hated George W Bush, hated everyone who voted for him, and wanted to work to undermine everything he did,” Carone continued. “If you were foolish enough to still hire someone like Jason Roe for the party, you would at least tell him to never speak in a group and openly disrespect activists and candidates.”