Speaking for myself, I am beyond tired of Gov. Whitmer’s victim act, yannow, always trying to scold good people about us having to “turn down the heat” (another lie exposed) every time she is caught up in the consequences from pushing her Democrat Party’s unAmerican and lawless agendas. Matter of fact, one of the glaring abominations Gov. Whitmer is caught up in is her contempt for our most vulnerable, which Mr. Sandler succinctly describes.
Many other states including California, New York and New Jersey reversed this dangerous nursing home policy. But @govwhitmer has stubbornly refused to causing more deaths in nursing homes. https://t.co/MR9LCo9HX2
“That women from Michigan” is nasty, totally incompetent and, completely detached from reality with being deeply mired in her unAmerican Democrat Party agenda but, the lawyer in her knows when she is defeated.
Across Michigan, restaurants can reopen to dine-in service June 8. So can day camps for children, swimming pools. Outdoor crowds of up to 100 allowed immediately. Office work OK if work can't be done remotely. In-home services like housecleaning OK https://t.co/vJquRRDrHq
But Joan Bauer, another commission member and Democratic former House member, questioned why the panel would spend money to hire an outside attorney when the state’s top legal officer, Nessel, already said it could ban guns. Bauer noted that Nessel was elected by “the people of Michigan.”
“Why is the advice of an outside attorney better than that of our attorney general?” she asked.
Dingell and fellow U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, R-St. Joseph, are among a bipartisan group in the House and Senate who last week introduced legislation to authorize the State and Municipal Assistance for Recovery and Transition Fund, which would provide $500 billion in emergency funding to states, counties and municipalities.
It would supplement the $150 billion Congress provided to assist state and local governments in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
“People don’t understand the basic necessities that local government provides,” Dingell said. “They take for granted what local governments provide them.