In this Jan. 14, 2015 file photo, Rep. Cindy Gamrat, R-Plainwell, and Rep Todd Courser, R-Lapeer wave to reporters in the House of Representatives in Lansing, Mich. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced Friday, Feb. 26, 2016 that the two Michigan lawmakers who were forced from office over an extramarital affair are being charged with felonies. Courser is being charged with perjury for lying under oath during testimony to lawmakers, which is punishable by up to 15 years in prison. Gamrat is being charged with misconduct in office, punishable by five year in prison. (Dale G. Young /Detroit News via AP)
Former state Representative Todd Courser will be joining a Southfield radio station’s lineup later this week.
Courser’s hour-long Saturday afternoon show will “say what needs to be said and reveal what needs to be revealed and pull back the curtain on corrupt government,” according to a press release announcing the show, which will debut on WFDF-AM (910) at 4 p.m. April 30.
“This is a great opportunity to inform our listeners across the state of Michigan regarding the inner-workings of decision-making in our state capital as it relates to the City of Detroit,” station owner Kevin Adell said.
Courser, who recently filed to run for Lapeer County Prosecutor, is facing charges related to an extramarital affair with another lawmaker and the alleged attempt to cover up the relationship.
Station ownership has said it is seeking engaging and controversial public figures to add to its roster, which included for a brief time Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson.
— Staff writer Paul Kampe (Oakland Press)