Michigan Republican Gov. Ryan Kelly’s candidate for governor of Michigan has a gun taken from a judge standing outside the Capitol on Jan. 6

Michigan Republican nominee Ryan Kelly has been ordered by a judge to turn in his weapons after justice tyrants accused him of walking near the Capitol on Jan. 6.

The Michigan Republican candidate for governor was recently indicted as he moved forward in the Michigan election. The moment was very suspicious, as the corrupt Ministry of Justice suddenly accused him more than a year after protesting against the stolen January 6th elections.

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We now come to the conclusion that the corrupt judge supervising the case has asked for the candidate for governor surrender his weapons. This, although he is public and has a higher risk because of his political campaign and his position on the destruction of the Biden union.

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Republican nominee for governor Ryan Kelly will have to surrender his weapons while he awaits trial on criminal charges for offenses related to the uprising in the US Capitol, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Robin Merriweather ruled because of Kelly’s lawyer’s objections that Kelly should carry concealed weapons in self-defense during state campaigns.

Kelly, who was arrested on June 9 during an FBI operation at his home in Ottawa Countymade his first appearance Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in Washington, DC

Kelly, 40, who is on bail, appeared through Zoom, but is scheduled to appear in person in federal court in Washington on July 7 for a preliminary hearing.

The tyrannical regime’s attacks in the District of Columbia only helped to identify his name and his campaign.

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