Tina and Hillary cover presidential candidate Yetta Bornstein and the attempted kidnapping of Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
Jewish mother Yetta Bornstein ran for president in the 1964 election. BUT voters soon learned that she never existed.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer made headlines for her proactive and effective response to the pandemic. BUT domestic terrorists felt differently and plotted to kidnap the Governor.
Abel Raises Cain
Yetta Bronstein For President--By Linda Speckhals
There could have been a Jewish president named Yetta--Abby Sher
Yetta Bronstein, the Imaginary 1960s Jewish Housewife Who Ran for President--by Meg Van Huygen
The New York Times
1968 | ‘We Need a Jewish Mother in the White House’--by David W. Dunlap
Jeanne Abel and Alan Abel
Dark Horse: The Story of Candidate Yetta Bronstein--By Jen Sisco and Robin Mazzolla
Protesters, some armed, spill into Michigan Capitol building demanding end to stay-at-home order--by Ivan Pereira
FBI uncovers plot to kidnap Michigan governor--by Veronica Rocha, Melissa Macaya and Meg Wagner
Jury convicts two men of conspiring to kidnap Michigan governor--by Lauren del Valle
The Detroit News
Plans to kidnap Whitmer, overthrow government spoiled, officials say--by Robert Snell and Melissa Nann Burke
Poll: Michiganians favor Whitmer's COVID-19 handling over Trump's--by Beth LeBlanc
'Lock her up!': Anti-Whitmer coronavirus lockdown protestors swarm Michigan Capitol--by Allan Smith
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Urges Repeal of 90-Year-Old Law Banning Abortion--BY ANDRE J. ELLINGTON
‘The Woman in Michigan’ Goes National--by Tim Alberta
2 men are acquitted in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer; hung jury on 2 more--by The Associated Press
2 men are found guilty of conspiring to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer--by The Associated Press