When Michigan State Rep. Matt Maddock took the stage at an Oakland County fundraising pool party in early August – a recording of which was obtained exclusively by The Messenger – he had a clear message he wanted to convey: If the government keeps coming after conservatives, someone is going to get shot or a civil war is going to begin.
Matt Maddock – whose wife, Meshawn Maddock, is a former co-chair of the Michigan Republican Party and one of the 16 fake electors who state attorney general Dana Nessel criminally charged in July – painted a bleak picture of how some conservatives plan to respond to the charges.
“If the government continues to weaponize these departments against conservatives and the citizens that are then the taxpayers, you know what's going to happen to this country,” Matt Maddock asks, according to the audio obtained by The Messenger. After attendees at the event shout possibilities, Maddock answers his own question: “Someone's going to get so pissed off, they're going to shoot someone. That's what's going to happen. Or we're going have a civil war or some sort of revolution. That's where this is, where this is going.”
If that happens, it’s conservatives – like the people at the pool party – who are “going to get squashed,” he added.
UPDATE: Trump's Lawyers are before Judge Tanya Chutkan in his protective order hearing related to posts he made on Truth Social.— Brian Krassenstein (@krassenstein) August 11, 2023
Here is some of the early dialogue taking place moments ago:
Trump's attorney John Lauro: We're asking the government to show good cause. Your… pic.twitter.com/BrrolhTq15