My husband Abraham and I offer our best wishes and aloha to President @realDonaldTrump and the First Lady @FLOTUS and praying for their speedy recovery. We also send our best wishes to Ivanka, Tiffany, Donald Trump Jr., Eric, and Barron during this difficult time. #TrumpHasCovid
I thought masks weren’t supposed to be political, Gretchen? Perhaps you missed it, but @POTUS has already been wearing a mask. Maybe if you focused more on reality instead of trying to defund your state’s police and drive the economy into the sewer, you’d know that. pic.twitter.com/gwX5bNa9XH
Did you ever notice all these mask harpies are the same people that hoarded all the toilet paper? They don’t care about anyone else, they only care about deflecting their own insignificance they see in the mirror every day onto others- science and common sense be damned!
Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist is calling out the U.S. Department of Education for its lack of involvement in helping schools across the state restart.
On CNN’s “Inside Politics” on Sunday morning, Gilchrist said the federal government needs to step up with more financial support.
“We’ve been putting out this mandate for schools to start saying we have allocated resources but $256 million … We’re going to need a lot more because our education professionals deserve to be safe when they go into schools to educate our children,” Gilchrist said.
No, I’m not squandering time on loser media hack Craig Mauger’s propaganda piece because it’s just more of the same Whitmer schoolmarm act, anyway. However, when one looks at MDHHS definitions, which are ambiguous as hell, one does notice a pattern here.
The Democrats and their propaganda media really cannot tolerate the thought of healthy people having any kind of fun.
NEW: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's office calls Cass County sandbar party 'disappointing'.
“While most Michiganders safely enjoyed their holiday weekend, it was incredibly disappointing to see so many people gathering in large groups and not practicing social distancing."#COVID19pic.twitter.com/SmQ64udCdx
The tragic and unjust murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and too many Black and Brown Americans by police officers has led our nation to a moment where we must act now to make real change happen.
That means reimagining how we respond to crime and the role of law enforcement in our communities so that we can better address problems and prevent crime. This can start with social work and police partnerships.
Hol’ up a moment… let’s review what Stephanie Chang, D-Detroit, thinks about “Black and Brown” seniors in Metro Detroit assisted living, nursing and, longterm care facilities, shall we?