The liberals are turning on each other across the country as they are confused as to how to beat Trump and the resurgent GOP.
Look, the Democrats ruined the credibility they have with the middle class and it will be a generation before the start winning in the rust belt again.
Which spells doom for their future. As reported by Fox News:
A Michigan candidate for state representative has been asked by her own party to suspend her campaign after she was accused of embezzling more than $100,000 while working at a law firm.
Jennifer Suidan, 34, is the Democratic nominee for state House in the 39th district. On Monday, Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner accused Suidan, who was his re-election campaign committee’s record keeper, of having “misappropriated money” from his campaign.
Suidan “has betrayed my trust and the trust of all who expected her to perform her duties honestly and in compliance with the law,” Meisner said, adding he withdrew his endorsement of her campaign.
Suidan allegedly took more than $100,000 from Meisner’s campaign when she was employed with Goodman Acker, a Southfield, Michigan-based law firm, WJBK-TV reported. Goodman Acker said Suidan’s employment has been “terminated” and the findings have been “reported to Oakland County law enforcement.”
The Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed the alleged embezzlement has been referred to the sheriff’s department for an investigation, but no charges have been filed yet, WXYZ-TV reported.
“The allegations against Jennifer Suidan are serious, and the only appropriate response is for her to suspend her campaign and we expect her to do so immediately,” the Michigan Democratic Party said in a statement. “These allegations have no impact or connection to the rest of our candidates and we remain focused on the issues that matter to Michigan families.”
In his statement, Meisner, who has held the office of county treasurer since 2008, said the stolen money was from his campaign coffer and “no taxpayer resources were affected.”
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— Andy Meisner (@AndyMeisner) September 24, 2018