Legislative malfeasance allowing executive to inject politics into state operations?
The operations of state government need to remain free of political consideration.
One might think that equal treatment under the law would be of primary concern. But the reality of (usually) leftist administrations is that they just cannot help themselves when opportunity comes under the guise of ‘regulatory’ services. Should we be surprised to see licensees being forced to accept controversial (or any specific) doctrine in order to ply their trades?
A letter from a friend who is a nurse, Abigail Nobel of Michigan Healthcare Freedom arrived. She reports – and makes a recommendation:
I received an email Tuesday that began:
Dear Licensee – The Bureau of Professional Licensing (BPL) within the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) would like to inform you that the Public Health Code – General Rules have been revised which will require implicit bias training for your profession, effective June 1, 2022.
“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
“We are going through an unprecedented crisis, unlike anything we’ve seen in our lifetime,” Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said in a statement. “This virus My administration has devastated families across the state and put hardworking Michiganders out of a job for months. I will continue working around the clock to ensure everyone who qualifies for unemployment benefits receives them during this time continues to receive a busy signal or the phone simply disconnects.”
From Big Gretch’s latest tour on the Fakestream News media circuit.
Whitmer said, “None. I’m not going to succumb to political pressure or political demonstrations or social media pressure. The fact of the matter is we have to listen to our epidemiologists, experts in our phenomenal research universities in Michigan. We are talking with international experts as well. We’re going to stay tethered to the data, follow the science, and we’ve got to get this right. Anything else puts people in jeopardy, and I’m not willing to do that.”
Watch to the end and, you decide.
Did you see the most foundation-destroying issue that begs further discussion?
Karl Manke’s license and the license of his shop, Karl Manke Main St. Barber & Beauty Shop, have been “summarily suspended,” said David Harns, communications director for the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. The documents confirming the suspension were sent to the barber and his attorney.
Harns said he was unable to provide further comment on the pending case.
Separately, Manke faces “$1,000 and 1 year in jail per haircut” under a Department of Health and Human Services order, said Manke’s lawyer David Kallman.
Meanwhile, convicted prisoners are being released into public. This is a sick game the Democrats are playing.
Governor Whitmer, asked about businesses defying her stay-at-home order as well as some police agencies refusing to enforce, notes that most businesses have a state license that lets them operate and says they are putting that license at risk.
Michigan State Police investigators are looking into reports that a Flint dollar store security guard was fatally shot Friday after an argument with a customer who refused to wear a mask in the store.
Michigan State Police 1st Lt. David Kaiser said Sunday that detectives are investigating a flood of reports on social media from people who say the violence sparked when the guard told a customer he had to wear a mask, a policy set forth by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Another day, another mind-numbing stupid headline: Whitmer orders shopping hours for vulnerable residents, masks for employees checking out customers
“This is not the time to slow our efforts; we must continue to be smart. By establishing these guidelines, we can protect Michigan families and our frontline workers. When we come together, we can slow the spread of this virus and save lives.”