This creep running for senate says it’s ‘normal’ to have sex with 12-year-old girls
His name is Mike Saari
Mike Saari, a pro-pedophile politician from Michigan, is running for state senate. The congressional hopeful once posted stomach-churning comments on Facebook advocating for sex with 12 year old girls.
The poorly-spelled post read: "Woman don't seem to understand that from the very beginning of time men have taken young girls (Prior to periods) as wives and concubines. Even the bible talks of this so don't make it sound like men that are attracted to 12 year old girls are sick… it's you woman that can't get a grip on reality is whats sick…it's only normal and you can't change normal or a persons DNA."
He pulled out of the race for Michigan state senate when his comments emerged back in February. But babe can reveal he is back in the race. He posted in his campaign group an hour ago to say: "Mike Saari is not recusing himself from the 2018 elections! Our campaign has actually had increased endorsement and support after our Facebook page was compromised to discredit our campaign for law reform and other important issues as well!"
This means the guy who said the following posts is fighting for a spot in the state senate. Among other things (and message me if you have more), he has done online:
Saying sex with 12 year old girls is 'normal'
Talking about a 'provocatively dressed crowd of 11/12 year old girls'
Calling the Larry Nassar judge a 'feminazi'
Writing this extremely racist rant: 'It wasn't that long ago America used to have small white towns only to have the blacks move in and destroy every single one of them while knowing full well they weren't wanted in the first place'
Calling a person of color a 'butler'
Writing: 'Churches that advocate a [mulatto] race cannot be biblically justified'
And now he says he's back in the race! The primary is on August 7th, and he's running as a Republican. Back in the 2014 race, he ran as a Democrat.
We just got off the phone with Mike Saari, who confirmed to babe he was back in the race. "I never pulled out," he said. When asked to explain his Facebook comments about, particularly the one about him finding sex with 12 year old girls "normal," he cited two explanations. The first:
"Where’s the narrative to that? What am I commenting on? See, that’s all removed from there. There’s no context. You don’t get a narrative or context to that statement. There’s no data point. There’s nothing to register that with. It’s a copy and paste, one side.
We asked him what the context to the statement was, and he said:
"I don’t even remember what it was. I just want to be fair to myself and to anybody that would logically look at this. People had posted a one paragraph statement. Nothing before it, nothing after it. So there was no story line there. It almost appears as if I just came up with this and I’m not talking to nobody, I just sat down at the computer one day and typed that. And that’s not the case."
And then he launched into his second excuse:
"Number two, that statement is an absolute fact. And I also yesterday put on Facebook the fact that about biblical times that women, this is according to the article, were taken prior to their periods. And they would not have sex with them until they had their periods. This is what the article said. So I posted that underneath my comments yesterday on Facebook so that everyone can see I’m not a nut."
This is markedly different from his explanation back in February, when he told Patch that he never made the post, and that some of his screenshots were fabricated.
When asked to explain his comment about people of color ("It wasn't that long ago America used to have small white towns only to have the blacks move in and destroy every single one of them"), he said: "I don’t know anything about that."