TYRANNY: Michigan GOP Candidate for Governor, Ryan Kelley, Has Guns Taken by Judge for Standing Outside the Capitol on Jan 6

Michigan GOP candidate Ryan Kelley was ordered by a judge to surrender his guns after tyrants of justice indicted him for walking near the Capitol on Jan 6. 

Michigan’s GOP candidate for governor was indicted recently as he moved ahead the polls in Michigan.  The timing was very suspect as the corrupt Justice Department indicted him suddenly after more than a year since he protested the stolen election on Jan 6.

BREAKING: FBI Raids Home of Michigan Gubernatorial Candidate Ryan Kelley for Standing Outside US Capitol on Jan. 6 – On Day of Jan 6 Kangaroo Hearings

Now we come to find out that the corrupt judge overseeing the case has requested that the candidate for governor hand over his guns.  This, despite him being in public and a higher risk because of his political campaign and stance on Biden’s destruction of the union.

Republican candidate for governor Ryan Kelley will have to surrender his guns while awaiting trial on misdemeanor criminal charges related to the U.S. Capitol riot, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather made the ruling over objections from Kelley’s attorney that Kelley needs to carry a concealed weapon for self-defense during campaign appearances around the state.

Kelley, who was arrested June 9 during an FBI raid on his Ottawa County home, made his first appearance Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, in Washington, D.C.

Kelley, 40, who is free on bond, appeared via Zoom but is scheduled to appear in person in federal court in Washington on July 7 for a preliminary hearing.

The attacks from the tyrannical regime in DC have only helped his name recognition and his campaign.




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