For the actual science regarding wearing a mask, click here.
UPDATE. Okay, let’s up the ante on Gov. Whitmer’s latest mask game?
This is becoming such a common theme this year with Michigan Democrats. Case in point? Where was Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton, when lawless Gov. Whitmer and AG Nasty Nessel actions were responsible for a Flint security guard getting shot dead over their illegitimate wear a mask “order“? Easy, David Leyton was hastily covering to shelter their crooked asses.
Looks what’s going on here. Where are the protesters? Was this man arrested? https://t.co/2E1UbU5vNN
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 23, 2020
Where are the arrests, Mr. President? Same place the arrests were by David Leyton with regard to Brenda Simpson- nowhere to be found.
Democrat run cities and counties are harbors of crime, and unsafe for everyone.
The man was protecting the group, according to his attorney, Lucas Dillon. Protection is needed because passersby have been threatening protesters, saying things like “you’re all going to die,” Dillon said.
Black Lies Matter
Gotta say it’s been an entertaining morning perusing the news. Where do we start with this LOL fest? Well, howza ’bout this.
The declaration, which was set to expire Friday, allows the Democratic governor continued authority to issue the executive orders that have created the framework for the state’s coronavirus-restricted activity in recent months. Whitmer’s response to the pandemic has so far included 122 executive orders.
“The aggressive measures we took at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic have worked to flatten the curve, but there is still more to be done to prevent a second wave,” Whitmer said in a statement.
Oopsies. Guess who is in town, Big Gretch?
Gov. Whitmer, who has a daughter starting her senior year of high school this fall, days “We are mptimistic that schools will be able to conduct in-person instruction with strict” safety measures. pic.twitter.com/VSm8U1n7Lh
— Chad Livengood (@ChadLivengood) June 17, 2020
Common sense would dictate to anyone who has ever been a leader that tying your name to the state of New York is a kiss of death, especially, if required to respond to this formal letter.
So, where is Gov. Whitmer’s latest game leading to?
The contract with Great Lakes Community Engagement was signed Monday, but the language indicates the work start date was April 1 with an end date of June 1.
Whitmer said Tuesday the contract was an “unnecessary distraction” from Michigan’s coronavirus response.
“The Department of Health and Human Services doesn’t have a political bone in their theoretical body,” she said.
Oh? So what in the Whitmer administration is this.
First, the question must be asked: where was Justin Amash when lawless Democrats deployed their foot soldiers to issue invalid ‘Disorderly Persons‘ tickets to lawful, peaceful Michiganians demanding the return of their Right to Commerce? Go ahead, Liberaltarian clowns bleat away.
Now, let us get to the meat and potatoes of this post.
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
— stusandler (@stusandler) June 1, 2020
Low and behold, today’s findings: Feds count more Michigan COVID-19 nursing home deaths than state’s tally
Walmart = packed
Target = packed
Lowe’s = packed
Sam’s = packed
Ralph’s = packed
Costco = packed
So why are small businesses closed?
— Jordan Rachel (@TheJordanRachel) May 26, 2020
These two uniParty swamp dwellers.
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.
Wrong! That’s theft of other people’s money you old entitled mentality Gorgon. Fact is the feds have already handed Michigan $3.8 Billion dollars in relief. Still having budget shortfalls? Go complain to the greasy-forehead lying governor on a power trip in your own Party that created them and keeps extending the misery, Debbie.
Mr. President, DO NOT BAILOUT these loser Michigan Democrats.