Michigan Governor Candidate Charged for Peacefully Protesting on Jan. 6 Speaks Out on Tucker Carlson

Michigan Governor Candidate Charged for Peacefully Protesting on Jan. 6 Speaks Out on Tucker Carlson


Michigan Republican governor candidate Ryan Kelley has been charged by the feds for peacefully protesting around the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

The charges were made conveniently right before the Jan. 6 show-trial commission was scheduled to commence last week. Kelley, who according to a recent poll is the leading Republican candidate for governor, was raided on June 9 by federal jackboots who ransacked his home over four misdemeanors.

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Kelley appeared on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Live on Monday to discuss the injustice of the entire situation.

“Did you commit a crime on Jan. 6,” Carlson asked Kelley.

“There was no crime committed, Tucker, no, never entered the Capitol building, exercising my 1st Amendment. Those of us who have questions about the

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