A County Official Brandished a Rifle on Zoom After a Michigan Woman Condemned the Proud Boys. Now She’s Suing.
Just 14 days after the attack on the U.S. Capitol, 74-year old Patricia MacIntosh attended a virtual meeting of the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners in Michigan.The meeting proceeded via Zoom, and during the public comment period MacIntosh spoke up about the Commission’s response to a fellow attendee’s concerns about the Proud Boys extremist group.
A MICHIGAN Commissioner who whipped out a rifle on a Zoom call following a question about Proud Boys, prpomting a petition for his resignation according to reports. Traverse County Commissioner Ron Clous flashed the gun as resident Keli MacIntosh expressed fear that members of the extremist group. Clous, the newly elected member of the Grand Taverse County decided to brand a rifle on Zoom call when asked about denounce extremist group Proud Boys Clous stepped away momentarily, only to return with the weapon