Today, I signed an executive order to allow some previously suspended forms of work that are lower-risk for #COVID19 exposure to resume on May 7. My public health team will be monitoring closely to evaluate the effects of allowing these activities to resume. pic.twitter.com/FzlsqjbvI8
So, by now, everyone should’ve had an opportunity to watch what passes for objective news coverage from yesterday’s rally in Lansing.
Allow me to go over what did happen, what didn’t happen, and what others would like for you to believe happened.
I even have some interesting images from the Michigan Senate Floor that didn’t quite make the “official record”.
The Thursday protest drew an estimated 800 to 1,000 people to Lansing. Some of them entered the Capitol building and demanded to be allowed into the House chamber as lawmakers met. The event drew national attention.
In an apparent response to Trump, Whitmer tweeted footage of Michelle Obama, saying, “Our motto is: When they go low we go high.”
Greasy-forehead Empress in her own mind actually placed all unelected LEO within potential harm’s way?
Whitmer, in turn, rushed to issue new or adjusted executive orders late Thursday, including one that will keep casinos, restaurants, bars and theaters closed through May 28, barring a successful legal challenge.
The extraordinary day in the state Capitol left great uncertainty over what orders would be enforced around the state on Friday.