Republican’s Gone WILD! – Michigan Republican House Candidate Leon Drolet Sues Current Republican State Rep. Kim Meltzer Over "Slanderous" Gay Public Restroon Sex Lies!

Republicans in Michigan are going insane eating thier own as they battle for House Senate seats. 

The latest Republican feeding frenzy involves  former State Rep. Leon Drolet who is trying to regain his old State House seat and who has has filed a 10-page anti-defamation suit against one of his challengers, current state Rep. Kim Meltzer, who accused him in a campaign flier of trying to legalize gay sex in public parks and restrooms! 

Meltzer’s (pictured left) accusation stems from a 2003 bill Drolet co-sponsored that sought to update a 1927 state law outlawing consenting sodomy by amending it to reference only “sodomy with an animal.” The legislation made no mention of public restrooms, and public sex of any type remains illegal.. 

Interestingly, though this is the SECOND time that Drolet has been down this road. in 2004 Drolet filed a similar defamation suit , when a challenger for his seat in the state House of Representatives accused him in fliers of wanting to “legalize public sex involving kids and prostitution.”

When Kim Meltzer (who reminds m,e of a really bad scary Delta Burke look-a-like drag queen) was reached for comment she said she wasn’t sure about the accusations, but said, “This is how we do it in Macomb County.”

Oh those crazy, and by that I mean stark raving mad Republicans!


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