So Then Nessel Kicked Herself In The Coconuts.

Dana Nessel's most important issue sets new tone on AG opinions.

Who knows?  She may have coconuts.  We aren’t supposed to consider such things as impossible anymore, right?

But Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is certainly committed to her true passion. One might think that she might wish to respect the office she holds, if only to protect her own opinions going forward.  Clearly, that is not the case.

Using federal government activity to upend a legitimate AG opinion barely a year old, Nessel puts perhaps every opinion of her own in jeopardy.  It also points out how completely political the AG’s office has become.  From the State Ministry Of Propaganda:

LANSING – While declining to issue a formal opinion, the office of Attorney General Dana Nessel today told the Michigan Civil Rights Commission it is not bound by a Schuette-era opinion that said the LGBT community is not protected by the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act.

The guidance was in response to an opinion request submitted earlier this year by Michigan Civil Rights Commission Chair Alma Wheeler Smith. The Commission’s request of the Attorney General to reconsider her predecessor’s July 20, 2018 opinion that the LGBT community is not protected by the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act followed Nessel’s February 1, 2019 appearance before the Commission, where she emphasized her fundamental disagreement with Schuette’s legal interpretation of the law.

In a letter to Wheeler, Nessel’s Chief Legal Counsel Suzanne Sonneborn provided informal guidance to the Commission, saying it does not need to follow OAG No. 7305.

Acknowledging the office’s longstanding policy not to issue a formal opinion “with respect to issues that are pending in, or likely to become the subject of, litigation,” Sonneborn noted that, after the Commission sought Nessel’s opinion, the United States Supreme Court decided on April 22, 2019 to review a case involving a Michigan funeral home employer’s actions, RG & GR Harris Funeral Homes, Inc v Equal Employment Opportunity Comm, 139 S Ct 1599 (2019), and to consider whether the federal civil rights law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, prohibits gender-identity and sexual-orientation discrimination.

This circumstance, Sonneborn concluded, “raises a question of federal law which was contemplated in OAG No. 7305 and Michigan courts in considering the issue” and therefore “the Commission is not bound by OAG No. 7305.”

Sonneborn also provided assurance to the Commission on behalf of Nessel that her office “will provide the Commission with appropriate legal support and representation” in the same way that the Attorney General and her staff has always represented the state and its agencies and public officials.

“I urge the Commission to continue its important mission to investigate allegations of unlawful discrimination and to secure the equal protection of civil rights without such discrimination, and I look forward to working together with the Commission in doing so,” said Nessel. “The residents of our great state deserve nothing less – and this is why I will also be filing an amicus brief in Harris supporting the position that Title VII prohibits gender-identity and sexual-orientation discrimination.”

Emboldened parts as guidance?

In other words, “if you don’t like the opinion of our office, ignore it.”  And without directly saying so: “obviously an openly homosexual AG is not going to allow her preferred behavior to be properly identified as such, and the resources at her disposal will support any assertion your commission makes suggesting it’s innate characteristics to be defensible.”

Of course, nearly any opinion that is prepared by the AG office can have some concurrent federal activity.

Infant Justice Warriors will have their day soon enough.  The murder of babies will see a different court, yet will this stop miss progressive from issuing opinion in the form of edicts? And certainly Line 5, being mostly under the authority of the FEDERAL government will see activity, but will not see crazy lady shut her piehole about it.

Using her office’s current tactic as ‘precedent,’ the next AG can flip the very non-opinion opinion and make everything better again.

And I suspect there will be much more to correct.  So ..Good for her.

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  4 comments for “So Then Nessel Kicked Herself In The Coconuts.

  1. B. Roubal
    June 20, 2019 at 10:56 am

    All I am going say about Dana Nessel is, I voted for Bill Schuette. She obviously has her own LGBTQ agenda that she is forcing on the residents of Michigan.

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  2. Corinthian Scales
    June 20, 2019 at 12:43 pm

    Should her actions surprise anyone.

    "In a national health care survey 75% of the nearly 2000 lesbian respondents reported they had pursued psychological counselling of some kind, many for treatment of long-term depression or sadness. Reference - J. Bradford et al., "National Lesbian Health Care Survey: Implications for Mental Health Care," Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 62 (1994): 239, cited in Health Implications Associated with Homosexuality, p. 81."

    "90% of lesbians surveyed had been recipients of one of more acts of verbal aggression from their partners during the year prior to the study, and 31% reported experiencing physical abuse. Reference - Lettie L. Lockhart et al., "Letting out the Secret: Violence in Lesbian Relationships," Journal of Interpersonal Violence 9 (1994): 469�492."

    "Lesbians are 3 times more likely to abuse alcohol and to suffer from other compulsive behaviours. Reference - Joanne Hall, "Lesbians Recovering from Alcoholic Problems: An Ethnographic Study of Health Care Expectations," Nursing Research 43 (1994): 238�244."

    Yeah! Let's have a parade!

    Honk, honk.

    🤡 🌎

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  3. B. Roubal
    June 21, 2019 at 7:28 am

    I sure as hell didn't vote for this....Gretchen Whitmer, you DON"T represent my Christian values!!!!

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  4. Corinthian Scales
    June 28, 2019 at 9:59 pm

    "Who knows? She may have coconuts. We aren’t supposed to consider such things as impossible anymore, right?"

    Wrong. There's something being ignored in all the happy inclusiveness that's bizarre once one sees it.

    Man hands: https://i1.wp.com/rightmi.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/nessel-kiss.jpg?zoom=2&resize=267%2C202&ssl=1

    Then, we're going to start posting split-face pics of every democrat on here. Watch what is revealed. Every one of the Left has a smile, the other side of their face is a grimace.

    Every one in the top three offices right now.

    They can't control it.

    See y'all soon...

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