Today, I signed executive order 2020-147, which requires the use of face coverings in crowded outdoor spaces. The order also requires any business that is open to the public to refuse entry or service to people who refuse to wear a face covering, with limited exceptions. pic.twitter.com/ivf1IpYjZ1
If we want to set our kids up for success this fall, we must do everything in our power to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, and that means wearing a mask. Take it from one of our state’s extraordinary educators👇 #MaskUpMichiganhttps://t.co/niVVZS5GaM
Folks, if you haven’t figured it out by now that Democrats have to keep the Wuhan flu farce going until November for their Vote-by-Mail fraud scheme, well, perhaps you shouldn’t be voting to begin with.
“So – there hasn’t been one nursing home that has taken a COVID-19 patient that they didn’t think that they were prepared to care for. That’s something I think that has gotten lost in some of the reporting and that’s why I wanted to to make sure to share with you”
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.
It’s been mostly disheartening to watch Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s DNC coordinated economic destruction play out by her every ass-covering Executive Order issued with how the Michigan public and legislature has rolled over and, obeyed as if we were born as indoctrinated slaves. Is it that we all do not see what communism looks like? There are those of us on this planet that are, in the face of all odds against them with a crushing jackboot coming down that makes one disappear from existence, they have the spirit and will to stand up against tyranny.
In January of 1983, Governor James Blanchard had a problem. Michigan was in recession, losing jobs, and the legislature was facing declining tax revenues. Blanchard needed to hike taxes in order to maintain government spending, since real spending cuts seemed out of the question. He proposed, and passed through the legislature, a 38% income tax hike.
Taxpayers revolted. Recall drives were launched against Governor Blanchard and 14 state senators who supported the tax hike. Citizens launching these recalls were not taken seriously at first because no governor or state lawmaker had ever been recalled in the history of Michigan. Why?
Today, with same pending doom soon to come crashing down upon our state budget, I see nothing but lazy rallying around a brave septuagenarian barber. God bless Karl Manke, however, where has the 1983 kind of spirit with all in Michigan gone?