Michigan’s stay-at-home order is set to expire May 28, but as some sectors of the economy begin to reopen earlier in regions of the state, many people are wondering what could be next.
The first-term Democratic governor has come under fire for the COVID-19 related restrictions, sparking three major protests at the Michigan State Capitol, capturing the attention of thousands of people across the country. Some protests have featured racially-charged messages, such as a Confederate Flag, and other insensitive signs, like nooses or comparing Whitmer to Adolf Hitler.
Another protest-type event organized by the Michigan Conservative Coalition is scheduled for May 20 on the Capitol lawn dubbed Operation Haircut, following the organization’s previous protest named Operation Gridlock that stopped traffic near the Capitol for several hours.
People breaking the law and not getting cited for it at protests could change Wednesday during Operation Haircut, Whitmer said.
“Anyone who is planning to show up to protest, just please know that these executive orders are not suggestions. It’s the law, and we expect people to abide by them. If they don’t, we’ll have to look to see what action is necessitated,” Whitmer said. “I would just hope that people take that into account when they decide to make that trip in because I know that we don’t want to have to write tickets, but if that’s what is necessitated, that may have to happen. I’m hopeful that it doesn’t.”
An executive order signed by Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer that went into effect mid-April prohibits people from traveling between two residences and bans travel to vacation rentals.
Since then she gave other orders:
Section 8b of Executive Order 2020-90:
Individuals may also travel:
To return to a home or place of residence from outside this state.
To leave this state for a home or residence elsewhere.
Between two residences in this state, including moving to a new residence.
As required by law enforcement or a court order, including the transportation of children pursuant to a custody agreement.
All other travel is prohibited, including all travel to vacation rentals.
As Whitmer, herself said: “you still aren’t supposed to be doing unnecessary travel, and she is “strongly discouraging traveling to the summer homes”.
But as every democrat, she is a hypocrite and she doesn’t respect the advice she gave to her own people.
Radio host Randy Bishop posted a photo today of several vehicles at Governor Whitmer’s summer home in or near Birch Lake, Michigan.
The vehicle belongs to a Marc Mallory from Lansing, Michigan, and he is married to Gretchen Whitmer.
Also here’s her property information:
Isn’t the stay at home order still in place? Didn’t she say don’t run up north because things are open?
The time is long past Patriots waking up. They woke up over a year ago. This is the time of action (for action connotes it hasn’t started). You can see evidence of action by protests happening all across the USA. Action tends to snowball and morph. That’s how things change. That’s what makes the pages of history.