In the background during Whitmer's speech, viewers noticed a series of numbered bubbles that were apparently encoded to suggest that the president should be killed for riling up his base against Whitmer, who was the subject of a fake kidnapping plot hatched by the corrupt FBI.
While Whitmer was busy slamming Trump's response to the plandemic, the numbers "8645" were perched near a house plant on the coffee table behind her, the 86 being a shorthand for murder, apparently, and 45 referring to Trump being the 45th president.
"Gov. Gretchen Whitmer displayed an '86 45' sign during her TV appearance," tweeted the Trump War Room account. "86 can be shorthand for killing someone."
"Whitmer is encouraging assassination attempts against President Trump just weeks after someone sent a ricin-laced package to the White House," the pro-Trump Twitter page added.
The package in question was intercepted by the FBI and U.S. Secret Service shortly after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It was addressed to the White House and found to contain the deadly substance.
A woman from Quebec was reportedly arrested at the U.S.-Canada border several days later in conjunction with the plot. She is now facing federal charges as a suspect in the case.
As for Whitmer, she would seem to rightfully deserve similar prosecution as it has basically been confirmed that the 8645 numbers displayed in the background of her video were, indeed, aimed at Trump in a malignant way.
Tori Saylor, Whitmer's deputy digital and creative director, confirmed as much when she tweeted about Whitmer's videos, specifically mentioning and seemingly supporting the 8645 display.
"Bright and beautiful," Saylor wrote, adding, "Nothing but respect. RBG. 8645. Nice plant, too. 10/10."
If this is not an overt threat of assassination against our president, then we do not know what is. Whitmer and her entire team deserve a nice visit from the U.S. Secret Service and FBI, would you not agree?
More related news about Gretchen Whitmer, by the way, can be found at Terrorism.news.
Responding to the threat, Courtney Parella, deputy national press secretary for the Trump campaign, pointed out that Whitmer, who has been complaining about "dangerous rhetoric" from Trump and his supporters, is guilty of doing the very thing she says is happening to her.
"By Gretchen Whitmer's own standard, displaying something encouraging people to '86' the President is employing dangerous rhetoric," Parella explained in a statement to Fox News.
In her own defense, Whitmer is offended that Trump is telling his supporters that Whitmer needs to "open up your state" and "get your schools open."
"It's incredibly disturbing that the President of the United States – 10 days after a plot to kidnap, put me on trial, and execute me – 10 days after that was uncovered, the president is at it again and inspiring, incentivizing and inciting this kind of domestic terrorism," Whitmer whined.
"It is wrong. It has got to end – not just for me and my family but for public servants everywhere who are doing their jobs and trying to protect their fellow Americans."
As for Saylor, she apparently sees nothing wrong with Whitmer's veiled threat, claiming that every time President Trump mentions Whitmer at a rally, "the violent rhetoric towards her immediately escalates on social media."
"It has to stop," Saylor further whined on Whitmer's behalf. "It just has to."
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