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Not sure how that thing got anywhere close to the Governors office but I wish you look with that campaign. What a piece of work.
 

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Not sure how that thing got anywhere close to the Governors office but I wish you look with that campaign. What a piece of work.

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If you have seen the Governor of Michigan on TV lately and wonder where she came from? Wonder no more. She used to work for George Soros. All you need to know.



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Do you have that link. I could not find it.
 

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Most states have a coronavirus dashboard here's Michigan's

And nursing homes there:
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I know lots of youse don't like goggle but it has it's uses. Find each states beer virus statistics like so:

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Use "Advanced search" with the name of the state you want and you can usually come up with the .gov version of it.

YMMV,
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Governor Whitmer Extends Michigan’s State of Emergency Yet Again



Today Governor Whitmer has extended Michigan’s state of emergency yet again. The Emergency was scheduled to end on July 16th. The extension will now last until August 11th unless extended again. The extension allows Whitmer to retain special powers as Governor.



The embattled Governor is currently being sued by GOP lawmakers for her orders. A recall petition is also in the works. Signature collection begins on July 29th and roughly 1 million signatures are required. Recall organizers have finalized language of the petition and are organizing to quickly hit the goal within the allotted timeframe of 60 days.



The recall effort is centered on nine executive orders starting with the initial March 10th state of emergency declaration to the order. It includes multiple orders that call for the temporary suspension of business and activities not deemed essential to maintain or protect life. The petition also includes numerous extensions.



“She didn’t put through effective measures with COVID to ensure businesses didn’t have to close their doors… …Some places couldn’t social distance under the federal guidelines, but many businesses could have stayed open with safety guidelines in place and were forced out of work.



“You can’t take away someone’s income and say you’re eligible for pandemic unemployment but then you can’t speak with anyone. I’m still waiting on my unemployment. They owe me 10 weeks.” -Chad Baase MBOSC



This week a Governor’s order requiring masks went into effect. The order threatens fines of up to $500 for non-compliance. Business are also at risk of losing their licenses if they do not deny service to people without masks. Business owners are now in the precarious position of having to enforce ambiguous orders. Mask orders are riddled with exemptions and special cases where people do not have to comply. Business owners must now decide if they want to hassle their customers or risk losing their license.



Numerous Sheriffs across the state have announced they will not enforce the Governor’s new rule. Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said plainly that the order “is not a law.”



>https://repub.li/governor-whitmer-extends-michigans-state-of-emergency-yet-again/
 

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She was on radio today at 3. Team Michigan is the latest deal. We can do it. Same rehashed shit from last month and the month before that and the month before that and, and , and

Wear a mask & we will win.

Callers ain't buying her crap anymore. Radio hosts are not buying her crap any more. They pulled as many deaths forward as they could and are running out of sickly people.
 

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It's just plain getting stoooopid at this point. Re-instating any kind of alleged emergency when a whopping SIX people a day out of TEN MILLION are allegedly dying from coronavirus is just flat out tyranny. They've done everything they could to keep the fear level @ 11 and it ain't cutting it. They stopped talking about deaths...for obvious reasons and now talk about cases, like that's supposed to be skeery while death numbers continue to drop.

That SHOULD be discussed as great news, but nope, since there's a political agenda to propel we can't celebrate the declining deaths even while cases allegedly climb. Even though that's how herd immunity works. So sick of everything needing to be about politics. sigh

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The people in the UP are probably going WT unmitigated F is going on?!?
 

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Charlie Brown has a better record versus the football than the dims have versus Trump
 

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Today the radio cut away & proceeded to trounce her, her numbers, her science, her math, her info. When WJR radio turns against her she is done. It's THE radio station for news & info in the region with a HUGE area covered.

It was this weird "Team Michigan" wear your masks for the gipper carrot and stick message from a bunch of famous Michigan coaches. Please so we can send the kids to school in Sept. We did so well........ and I know best and you ain't votin in Nov if I have to destroy every voting location in the state said the clueless bitch that had her UNMASKED pic taken with blm just a few weeks ago. Remember she was busy destroying small business people while defending the peaceful protesters she stood with.......... soros funded bitch.
 

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Gretchen Whitmer Encourages Citizens to “Forcefully” Make Others Wear Masks

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Gretchen Whitmer Encourages Citizens to “Forcefully” Make Others Wear Masks

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Forcefully defend yourselves against communists.
 

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The © ⓤnt apparently WANTS militias or Federal troops to come in or rise up.

What the hell is in it for her? Michigan has term limits on governors. She can't stay there for life, like Cuomo the Lesser.

This is an asinine, dangerous game being played - and she, she needs to be hanged. Treason
 

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If the schools don't open on time we will withhold the education part of our fall property taxes. Shit will get real in a hurry then!
I recommend all property owners in other leftist run states do the same.


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You get what you vote for. I hope that promise to fix the roads was worth placing Cruella the Terrible in charge. I doubt she received any votes from any of the members here from MI
I doubt many knew what she was. Now, the mask's off.

I lived in Michigan for two years, and in neighboring states for many more. When I was living in Cleveland, before podcasts and before the complete treason of the Legacy Media...I would listen to WJR. Limbaugh and a few quality local yakkers.

But I never heard of this demon-in-woman's facade before this spring.
 

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Went for a motorcycle ride around several lakes today, saw many many Trump signs and Trump flags. Flags up on poles are harder for the bed wetting little communists to steal. Also saw half dozen of these yard signs:

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i expected so much less and was drawn back to watch them a second time...

great humor
 

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I share the distaste of "fudgies" - having come of age in a resort town - but, riding on an area that does NOT get down and worship all the failed cultures that have been forced on the former Untied Skates...I don't buy that.

Ever live in the 'hood? I have. Short periods, out of the Nav and broke, and starting a new job with $12,000 credit-card debt. (Now I know better and thus am wiser than ever 'groid I ever saw in those 'hoods).

But there was ZERO cultural diversity there. As a white face, to walk the street safely, I had to put on a torn Carhartt work shirt, ratty jeans, busted sneakers. With a ball cap I looked like a drunk headed to the Salvation Army; and thus, I was left alone.

A well-dressed brother would have the same issue. He'd be called "Rev'rund" and if it came out he was a successful businessman and just visiting his wife's family, he'd get a beat-down. And be relieved of his wallet.

Nope. No die-vers-itty in Dee-Troy't. You find a helluva lot more even in Traverse City.

Full Disclaimer: I lived for a year in St. Ignace, across the Mackinac Bridge. Traverse City was the closest branch of my bank at the time. So, yes, I know a bit about central Michigan, the UP, and fudgies who roam north from Ann Arbor.
 

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I share the distaste of "fudgies" - having come of age in a resort town - but, riding on an area that does NOT get down and worship all the failed cultures that have been forced on the former Untied Skates...I don't buy that.

Ever live in the 'hood? I have. Short periods, out of the Nav and broke, and starting a new job with $12,000 credit-card debt. (Now I know better and thus am wiser than ever 'groid I ever saw in those 'hoods).

But there was ZERO cultural diversity there. As a white face, to walk the street safely, I had to put on a torn Carhartt work shirt, ratty jeans, busted sneakers. With a ball cap I looked like a drunk headed to the Salvation Army; and thus, I was left alone.

A well-dressed brother would have the same issue. He'd be called "Rev'rund" and if it came out he was a successful businessman and just visiting his wife's family, he'd get a beat-down. And be relieved of his wallet.

Nope. No die-vers-itty in Dee-Troy't. You find a helluva lot more even in Traverse City.

Full Disclaimer: I lived for a year in St. Ignace, across the Mackinac Bridge. Traverse City was the closest branch of my bank at the time. So, yes, I know a bit about central Michigan, the UP, and fudgies who roam north from Ann Arbor.
So between the Blacks, Mexicans, Muslims, Greeks, Poles and the trailer park whites who were “left behind” ....you didn’t find any cultural diversity in Detroit.

Got it.
 

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So between the Blacks, Mexicans, Muslims, Greeks, Poles and the trailer park whites who were “left behind” ....you didn’t find any cultural diversity in Detroit.

Got it.
Not in da 'hood.

da 'hoods I lived in were San Diego, Denver, and Cleveland. With frequent trips to Buffalo's rough section (work)

Traverse City is about the size of a big-city neighborhood. People living across town, don't provide the "diversity" that the SJWs up in my grille, want of ME. Those in neighborhoods far away, fear to walk or drive through the 'hood - and with good reason. Nor do they much like seeing hood-rats drive through THEIR neighborhoods - with good reason.

Doesn't sound like Diversity to me. Sounds like Segregation.
 

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da 'hoods I lived in were San Diego, Denver, and Cleveland. With frequent trips to Buffalo's rough section (work)
In the 60s and 70s I drove between Chicago and east coast cities a bunch of times. Just from driving through I felt like Buffalo was the armpit of the nation. I was always anxious to just get the heck away from there.
 

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She ain't going away folks..........
 

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She is starting to look a little worn around the gills if ya ax me.
They lost their jobs because you shut down your state you moron! Trump didn't shutdown your state...YOU DID!
 

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She's left to blame Trump for that which every Michigander knows SHE DID!

Notice she didn't mention the systematic extermination of the elderly as a result of HER policies. Little Hitler indeed...chick is a complete psycho.
 

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She's left to blame Trump for that which every Michigander knows SHE DID!

Notice she didn't mention the systematic extermination of the elderly as a result of HER policies. Little Hitler indeed...chick is a complete psycho.
Premeditated mass murder. Her day is coming.................


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She seems to be preparing the masses for another lock down. Complete with shame anyone not wearing a mask.
 

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And here it is.

"I would very much like to know which specific data the governor is using to back up this decision," McBroom said. "I always want to believe she has some critical data, but she hasn’t shared it with us.”



https://www.detroitnews.com/story/n...reimpose-limits-northern-michigan/5539534002/

Whitmer to reimpose limits in northern Michigan, reopen Detroit casinos
Beth LeBlanc, The Detroit News Published 7:43 p.m. ET July 29, 2020 | Updated 9:49 p.m. ET July 29, 2020

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is pulling back the reins in Michigan's northern regions that have enjoyed looser COVID-19 restrictions but also allowing for the reopening of Detroit's three casinos.
Whitmer issued an executive order Wednesday night that reimposes restrictions starting at 12:01 a.m. Friday for Regions 6 and 8 — which include the Upper Peninsula and 17 counties in northern Michigan — that cap indoor gatherings at 10 people and close indoor bars where alcohol accounts for 70% of sales. Outdoor gatherings in Regions 6 and 8 remain limited to 250 people.
But Whitmer, in a separate order Wednesday, allowed for Detroit's casinos to reopen at 15% capacity Aug. 5.
"After seeing a resurgence in cases connected to social gatherings across the state, we must further limit gatherings for the health of our community and economy," Whitmer said. "By taking these strong actions, we will be better positioned to get our children back into classrooms and avoid a potentially devastating second wave.”

The governor cited recent "super-spreading" events as a reason for the new restrictions, referring in particular to at least 43 cases linked to a July 4 sandbar party on Torch Lake. She also noted the state's cases had risen to a seven-day rolling average of 692 cases a day on July 28, twice the average of the 354 cases a day reported on June 30.

The new restrictions in Region 6 and 8 largely bring them in line with the rest of the state.
The orders restricting activity in northern Michigan and reopening downstate casinos are her 160th and 161st executive orders since the pandemic began.
But the stricter order issued Wednesday still allows for the continued opening of gyms and fitness centers, amusement parks and skating rinks in northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula.
The order also permits the continued operation of indoor arcades, movie theaters, sports arenas or bowling alleys so long as people can maintain 6 feet of distance. Capacity remains capped at 25% or 250 people.
The announcement was a point of frustration for Upper Peninsula Sen. Ed McBroom, who argued that while cases have been increasing in the region, hospitalizations and deaths have remained low.
As the order rolled out Wednesday night, the Vulcan Republican began getting calls from constituents whose open houses and plans dissolved with the order.
"I would very much like to know which specific data the governor is using to back up this decision," McBroom said. "I always want to believe she has some critical data, but she hasn’t shared it with us.”
Region 8 is labeled as medium-high risk for the spread of the virus similar to regions 1-5 and 7, while Region 6 is the only area considered medium risk, according to the MI Safe Start Map.
Regions considered medium-high risk have a rate of 20-40 new cases per 1 million people per day. Medium risk regions have 7-20 cases per one million people per day.

Region 8, the Upper Peninsula, had zero COVID-19 related hospitalizations as of Tuesday, according to state data.
Michigan's overall COVID-19 case tally surpassed 80,000 known cases Wednesday, reaching 80,172 cases and a death count of 6,172, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. When probable cases are added, the total is 88,974 cases and 6,422 deaths.
Meanwhile, the order reopening Detroit's three casinos — which have been closed since March 16 — requires customers and employees to wear face coverings, except when eating or drinking, and bans smoking within the casino. Everyone entering the casino will be subject to health screenings, including a temperature check.
The casino must provide disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer; clean and disinfect all high-touch objects, including slot machines; and space machines 6 feet apart or install Plexiglass between each machine.
The order bans casinos from providing self-serve buffets or offer concerts, live events, night clubs, valet service or coat check.
"Casinos have been operating safely across most of the country and in tribal areas in Michigan and should be able to do so in the Detroit region as well," Whitmer wrote in her order.
In addition to complying with the rules listed in the executive order, MotorCity plans to shut down every other slot machine, remove seating at game tables, and frequently clean and disinfect, said Bruce Dall, president for MotorCity Casino Hotel. The casino spent "considerable time" in developing safety protocol for the facility, he said.
"This decision allows us to bring back many employees, providing critical employment and health benefits," Dall said. "We look forward to safely welcoming our staff and guests back to MotorCity Casino.”

In late May, four of the state's 12 federally recognized tribes said they planned to reopen their casinos. The casinos of Native American tribes are regulated by tribal gaming commissions and federal law.
During the outbreak, Detroit has suffered major losses in some of its top funding sources, including gaming and income tax revenues and state revenue-sharing dollars. The closure of Detroit casinos alone, Mayor Mike Duggan has said, is costing the city about $600,000 in revenue per day.
Casino revenue through the end of June for MGM Grand, MotorCity and Greektown totaled $299.2 million, down 59.3% from the $735.4 million recorded for the first half of 2019.
MGM Grand is down 40% year-to-date compared with 2019 revenue, while MotorCity's revenue has declined 41% and Greektown's 41%.
The casinos yielded $35.6 million in wagering taxes collected by the city through the first half of the year compared with the $87.5 million generated for the same period in the first six months of 2019. That tax revenue is shared by the state and the city.
 

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Dictators don't need data. A majority of the sheep will follow along and obey. That's all she needs to stay in power and control
 

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Never has the argument for Secession and a More Perfect Constitution, been made so succinctly.

In some states, sadly, it will have to start with elimination of the (un)Democrat governments there.

Then, "pacification" of the urban 'groid hells.
 

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https://www.theblaze.com/news/whitmer-coronavirus-nursing-homes-veto

News July 31, 2020

Michigan GOP tries to ban coronavirus patients from nursing homes — Democrat Gov. Whitmer vetoes bill

Whitmer says Republicans are playing political games

emocratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed a bill supported by Republicans that would have banned coronavirus patients from being housed in nursing homes in Michigan.



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Whitmer accused Republicans of playing political games with patients' lives in a statement Friday after she vetoed the bill.

"Protecting the health and safety of nursing home residents and their staff continues to be a top priority for my administration," said Whitmer in the statement.

"Senate Bill 956 is nothing more than a political game that would relocate vulnerable seniors without any requirement for consent, doctor's approval, or notification to patients and their families. It's time for the Republican legislature to get serious about protecting our most vulnerable and addressing the public health and economic crisis faced by our state," she added.

"We look forward to continuing our work with stakeholders and legislators on the task force to develop real solutions that make sense for Michigan seniors and their families," she concluded.







The language of the bill said that it "bans nursing homes from admitting or retaining an individual starting Sept. 1 who tests positive for COVID-19 unless the person had recovered or unless a nursing home could provide care in a separate building."

Michigan Republicans excoriated the decision from the governor and predicted that many people might lose their lives over the veto.

"In a mean-spirited move, Gov. Whitmer announced she vetoed a plan that would have prevented COVID-19 patients from entering our nursing homes," read the statement.

"Only a few governors had allowed this reckless practice in the first place, and all except Gov. Whitmer have since changed course and stopped the practice, including embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Gov. Whitmer should be ashamed, and she certainly is acting like it," the statement added.

"Her veto decision was hidden in a late Friday afternoon news release with a headline announcing something entirely different. But make no mistake. The governor owns her veto and the abhorrent policy that has contributed to the deaths of thousands of people," the statement continued.

"Their families deserved much better," they concluded, "and the families who will eventually lose their loved ones because of the governor's decision today deserve better as well.

Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been roundly criticized for claiming victory over the coronavirus and ignoring the devastating impact of his decision to allow coronavirus infected patients into nursing homes.

Here's more about Whitmer's nursing home policies: