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?
“This is a big step and it’s right before the holiday weekend,”Whitmer said.
The bars, restaurants and offices reopening in Northern Michigan still must abide by limits on seating to promote social distancing. Local municipalities are allowed to enact tougher restrictions than Whitmer’s looser orders.
Now, why didn’t those business owners think of that before? I mean, the average restaurant operates on an 8% profit margin at full capacity so, why not cut seating in half as a pathway to prosperity! Most I know are not even going to waste their time opening for the holiday weekend due to expense of re-inventory costs, which meats have skyrocketed in price and finding staff that is now payed equal if not better to sit at home on their ass. Most have learned from the partial operation take-out fiasco that to simply close the doors they hemorrhage less money.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine [Republican] on Friday restarted parts of his state’s economy, with selected businesses opening for the first time since he issued a stay-at-home order on March 22 in response to the coronavirus emergency.
Michiganians like Hamade of Temperance flocked across the border for goods and services still not available in their own state. Dozens of vehicles bearing Michigan license plates were parked outside Toledo businesses that reopened Friday.
“Staying at home was getting depressing,” said Hamade, a 38-year-old construction worker who is laid off because of the coronavirus. “You gain weight. You can’t see your relatives. This is really nice.”
The next phase of Ohio’s plan kicks in May 21, when indoor restaurants, gyms and other businesses are scheduled to reopen.
Just look at all them Michigan tax dollars now flowing into Ohio. I’m not upset, they earned it.
So, when do the Recall Whitmer petitions begin circulating?
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.
Video description: In Michigan’s primary election yesterday (Aug 2, 2016), a Project Veritas undercover journalist could have voted for Michigan state senator Morris Hood. Hood is a Democrat from District 3. Polling Location: Charles Drew Academy. This is the fourth video in a series of ballots Project Veritas could have cast under Michigan’s voter ID laws.