Dem Michigan State Rep Proposes Stripping Veterans of Earned Benefits If Government Labels Them “Domestic Terrorists”

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Michigan State Representative Sarah Anthony cited the January 6 protest at the Capitol in her bill targeting veterans that would strip them of their earned state-administered benefits for serving our country if they are convicted of ‘domestic terrorism’. Her bill adds an extra punishment for veterans and is designed to discourage them from even thinking about taking part in a protest that might turn violent or joining a group that might be perceived as anti-government and labeled “domestic terrorists” by the left. 

Democrats and the Deep State are codifying violent Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters while blatantly placing a target on the backs of our veterans and law enforcement officers.

Michigan State Representative Sarah Anthony, who represents part of Lansing where protests at the state’s capital are commonplace, is worried about the uptick of “incidents involving domestic terrorism over the last few years” and cites the January 6, 2021 protest at the US Capitol building as evidence.

As a way to get out ahead of any future incidents like the time American citizens entered the Capitol building on January 6—some by force and some who entered while police officers stood by and watched, Anthony is proposing legislation that specifically targets US veterans.

The Democrat state representative isn’t targeting violent Black Lives Matter or Antifa activists who break into federal buildings and light them on fire. She’s not targeting the criminal BLM/Antifa activists who burned and looted several businesses in the city she represents on May 31, 2020, at the height of the Wuhan virus pandemic.
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