Before delving into the dam failure and, moving known COVID-19 positive cases into senior and longterm care facilities, and a COVID positive case with mental issues that assaulted a 77-year-old veteran, let us reflect upon the identifiable mental disorders of the following tweet.
It feels like the perfect moment to remind @dananessel and @JocelynBenson how grateful I am for their dedication and hard work, and how proud I am to serve our state with them. These women from Michigan are the best of the best!
— Governor Gretchen Whitmer (@GovWhitmer) May 22, 2020
See them? Good.
Now let’s have a conversation.
What do we know about the dam that failed? Well, the feds pulled their energy permit and placed the STATE OF MICHIGAN on notice that they are responsible for the dam September 18, 2018 –an election year. We also know the County and the Sanford Lake Preservation Association poked their nose into this man-made disaster as well.
An unfortunate chain of events happened with then Gov. Rick Snyder-RINO and Lt. Gov. Brian Calley-RINO actively campaigning against then Republican candidate for governor, Bill Schuette. As the tragedy played out we ended up with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, January 1, 2019.
One of the things on Whitmer’s progressive agenda ‘want list’ was to transform the DEQ into more or less a Greta Thunberg playhouse now known as the Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE). Gretchen Whitmer used her Executive Order powers to achieve this goal but, not without some resistance from our Republican majority legislature as it required a compromise, not one I would’ve been willing to go along with but, they did on February 21, 2019 and that’s that.
That accomplished, it enabled Gretchen Whitmer the ability to place a Granholm era crony, Liesl Eichler Clark in play as the Director of the newly created EGLE.
She held a series of roles involving natural resources, environmental and agriculture policy in state government from policy advisor in Governor Jennifer Granholm’s office to legislative liaison for the Michigan Department of Agriculture.
Liesl completed a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Michigan State University while working full-time, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Economy from MSU’s James Madison College. She has completed the Great Lakes Leadership Academy and serves on the board of Advancing Women in Energy.
Yeah! Moar Grrlpower™. How progressive.
So, from February 21, 2019 to the day of the dam breach, 457 days, where was the EGLE and it’s Director, Granholm crony Liesl Eichler Clark? Well, they were there and with AG Dana Nessel, ignoring what was required to prevent what happened and, suing to make sure the breach occurred.
The final analysis had been expected in March, but an engineer with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) told consultants on Jan. 31 that the dam was deficient even without considering the impact of waves on Wixom Lake.
“Factor in wave run up/set up, and the deficiency increases significantly,” wrote dam safety engineer Luke Trumble to a consultant. “No big surprise there, but I wanted to have the calcs to support that assumption before EGLE makes a final determination.”
The emails, released by EGLE at the request of The Detroit News, raise new questions about why the state — with knowledge that the dam likely failed both state and federal capacity standards — rejected the company’s request to lower lake levels above the dam last fall. The state went on to sue the company this month over the death of freshwater mussels after it defied state orders and lowered lake levels.
You read that right. Granholm era crony Director of the EGLE rushed to save a common Palaeoheterodonta with AG Nessel’s legal hammer. Human Michiganian life just isn’t important if it gets in the way of a progressive Save-the-Planet™ agenda.
Thus, now all the necessary finger-pointing will ensue for months to come. A bit of advice, and I know none of the Grrlpower™ Karen’s that are in charge of running this state would ever take it; is that every time you point a finger at someone else you also have three fingers curled back pointing at yourself.
The ‘three finger rule’ is now applied on AG Nessel.
The Attorney General Office’s statement on Saturday said the environmental department’s May 1 lawsuit was meant to address “past illegal lowering” in the winters of 2018 and 2019 that resulted in the deaths of freshwater mussels and to avoid future dramatic consequences.
“It does not seek to force the dam owner to do anything other than pay for the damage it caused, comply with the Midland and Gladwin County Circuit Court orders, and not violate state law in the future by completely draining Wixom Lake without a permit,” the statement said.
Ironically, no, predictably AG Nessel is running the same subterfuge tactics with her ongoing handling of the Flint water debacle, which again is gaining mainstream attention “The Wacky Do Nothing Attorney General of Michigan” Dangerous Dana Nasty Nessel is trying to quash.
Bottom line: this is Gretchen Whitmer’s Flint, case number one.
Speaker Chatfield, I hope this serves as a teachable moment that is to never make deals with the criminally insane.
Exodus 23:1 Thou shalt not accept a false report; extend not thy hand to the wicked, to be an unrighteous witness.
Lee’s a good Christian boy so, we can only hope he takes that to heart.
Now, let’s talk about murdering seniors.
As we all have or, are learning, COVID-19 is a rather lucrative business for some within the health industry, which is a good part of elder and longterm care. We also know that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order’s more or less following along with New York’s Gov. Andrew Coumo, direct that known positive COVID-19 patients to be placed within those facilities. The fact of the matter is that not only did Gov. Whitmer place them in those senior/LTC facilities, she dispersed them across our state while $9,452,813 was wasted on the 1,000 bed TCF Center field hospital that only saw 39 patients.
Meanwhile, nanny Gov. Whitmer and Wacky AG Nessel, fully fixated with citing hair stylist and barbers, oh but not THAT BARBER ‘disorderly conduct’ misdemeanor citations (yes, the ones that were there human scum– “they cannot have an opinion“? Scum!), the unsafe dam broke while ever so quietly Gov. Whitmer modified her EO to require COVID-19 positive patients have isolation from the rest of the most vulnerable in senior/LTC facilities. $5,000 per positive case is an attractive business, however, as Charlie LeDuff points out, “But what’s that entail? And who’s checking? The dam inspectors?”
Which now, leads us to what Charlie LeDuff also mentions.
According to a national study, Michigan ranked second-worst in the country for elder abuse in nursing homes. Furthermore, why is one of the worst-ranked nursing homes in America allowed to be a state-sanctioned Covid care facility in Michigan at all?
Indeed. For anyone who is on social media it is known that Tom Fitton played a big role with the unbelievable occurrence that happened in a Detroit senior home.
This was also posted on my @Twitter feed and @JudicialWatch contacted authorities who then, in response to our concern, arrested this person. Thanks to those who helped us get this done. https://t.co/zER9GCWVK4
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) May 21, 2020
Tom Fitton is a true Patriot, and hero. Long story short, the individual in the video above, Jaydon Hayden, according to his father, has mental issues, felony charges pending in Washtenaw County, and also was known COVID-19 positive when he was transferred TO the senior/LTC facility.
Authorities — following the orders of Governor Gretchen Whitmer — moved the young man to a nursing home to recover from COVID-19.
That, folks, with the reckless abandon Gov. Whitmer has demonstrated with regard to our most vulnerable citizens by her arbitrary powers, this is Gretchen Whitmer’s Flint, case number two.