It must be a slow Clown News Network and MSDNC day for Gov. “Half” Whitmer trying out for being Creepy Sleepy Joe’s VP pick so, she decided to media-whore this.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is launching an investigation into the failure last week of two Midland-area dams and wants Michigan environmental officials to recommend ways to prevent future disasters.
“Those responsible need to be held accountable,” Whitmer said during a Wednesday press conference outside Meridian Elementary School in Sanford.
“As residents begin the painstaking work of picking up the pieces of their lives from this disaster, they deserve to know why these dams failed.”
We here at RightMi.com already covered who is responsible HERE, and HERE.
So, what Big Gretch is saying now is that she is going to have her personally selected Granholm era environmental lobbyist loon, Liesl Eichler Clark investigate her departments’ $139,277 dollar a year Water Resources Division dunce Teresa Seidel, that created … a map. 🤡 🌎
This woman-made disaster is on AG Nessel and Big Gretch.
This is how incredibly stupid Gretchen Whitmer thinks we all are. Just an unfunny joke? No, that’s deflection. This is how Gretchen and her entitled mentality family really behave. Former Blue Cross Blue Shield, President and CEO, Richard Whitmer failed as a father with raising his corrupt, entitled, spoiled brat daughter.
The controversy comes as former Vice President Joe Biden, the likely Democratic presidential nominee, continues to consider Whitmer and others as his potential running mate.
The national political newsletter Politico Playbook said in its Tuesday email the situation “may be of interest” to the Biden “vetting squad.”
One month earlier, the Whitmer administration’s awarding of a contract for its contact-tracing program to a firm with ties to a Democratic political consultant drew similar national attention and Republican criticism. The governor said she canceled the contract as an “unnecessary distraction” from Michigan’s COVID-19 fight.
The original contracted companies were run by a Democratic consultant who said in March on Facebook that he hoped President Donald Trump would get “coronavirus ASAP.”