A judge just smacked Michigan’s tyrannical Governor with news she will hate
Tyrannical Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer couldn’t be happier with the coronavirus pandemic.
She has used it to force the state’s economy to a halt and resisted all attempts to re-open.
But a judge just smacked her with news she will hate.
Hundreds of thousands of patriots in Michigan have been standing up to Whitmer’s stay-at-home orders, which extend far-beyond what most states have implemented.
In response, Gov. Whitmer has taken to attacking her own citizens in the Fake News Media.
She went on networks like MSNBC and CNN to attack their lawful protests, smearing those participating as racists and extremists.
And the Left showered her with praise for it, even speculating that Joe Biden could pick her as his Vice President pick.
But everyday citizens have called her out for what she actually is, which is a wanna-be dictator.
Everyday citizens have defiantly been opening their businesses against her demands.
Perhaps the most vocal of these business owners is 77-year-old Karl Manke, who runs a barber shop in Owosso, Michigan.
After re-opening his business, he faced threats of arrest from Whitmer’s government.
The states Attorney General released the following statement about his shop:
“The Attorney General’s court action, filed on behalf of MDHHS, seeks to enforce the MDHHS Director’s Public Health Order that deemed Mr. Manke’s business an imminent danger to public health in light of the COVID 19 pandemic and directs him to immediately cease operations at his barbershop. The State is seeking to schedule a hearing as soon as possible.”
So in response, the business owner challenged it in court.
And much to the chagrin of Whitmer and her Democrat pals, a judge just sided with Manke, allowing him to keep his barber shop opened.
Great Lakes News was outside his shop earlier this week when the ruling was made.
“This is not only a big victory for Mr. Manke, but also for other small businesses,” Great Lake News reporter Katir Heid said, before asking, “Who else will open their doors?”
Manke claims that he had no choice but to open after his unemployment benefits were denied three times.
It was either go bankrupt, or violate the state’s orders for him.
“I just couldn’t live with myself if I didn’t do that,” Manke told a local radio host about opening his business.
“I don’t care really if I have to spend all of the money I’m making right now to pay my fine. It’s worth it,” he said.
Thankfully, he wouldn’t need to pay any fines regardless, as local citizens chipped in to pay whatever fines he may face.