Detroit showed up big for @JoeBiden in March, and again on Tuesday. Detroiters had Joe's back during this historic moment, and I know President-Elect Biden and Vice President-Elect Harris will have ours. Let's get to work! pic.twitter.com/MdVa0uEpKt
Flip-flopping creepy/sleepy/weepy JOE will do and say anything to keep the Democrats vote by mail fraud lie alive. That said, who would’ve ever thought that 2020 is the year that memes write themselves in realtime?
Barr took criticism this week after he called the COVID-19 lockdown orders the “greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American History” since slavery, which was a “different kind of restraint.” His comments were made at an event hosted by Hillsdale College in Virginia.
“This is another unhinged distraction, and it’s deeply disturbing that our chief law enforcement officer is propagating it,” Whitmer said from the backyard of the governor’s residence in Lansing.
The nonpartisan coalition includes people like Bill Rustem, who served as Policy Director under former Republican governors William Milliken and Rick Snyder. Former Gov. Jim Blanchard, Sen. Debbie Stabenow and former Lt. Gov. John Cherry are also involved the group.
Bre finally watched. In fact, she watched it twice. “Wow,” she wrote. “How did this ever get this far.” Bre had little use for Crump or for Trayvon’s biological parents, Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton. On Tuesday, Fulton narrowly lost in her Hillary-backed bid to become a commissioner of Miami/Dade County.
“These people are genuinely TRASH,” writes Bre. “To be clear what they DID was DEFINITELY utterly illegal right you guys? WHO does s–t like this on the back of their SON their actual literal SON’s DEATH A N D what was the point?”
Bre’s comment is lengthy, often funny, a little vulgar, and downright astute. She got the message: “They pretty much used [Trayvon] to low key kick off a race war. It’s mind blowing no one caught this and spoke up. This isn’t right on any level. Don’t they feel bad? How do they sleep at night?”
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed Monday a bill from the GOP-controlled Legislature that would have provided additional liability protections for health care workers and facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Legislature’s bill would have added language to the 1976 Emergency Management Act specific to the COVID-19 pandemic that would have established expanded liability protections from March 10 through Jan. 1, 2021.
What this should indicate to anyone with reasonable intelligence is that Gretchen Whitmer knows she is a one term governor, as does Gretchen’s Party so, her and the Democrat Party are throwing everything they can into the wind of a looming, President Trump landslide re-election victory.