Gretchen Whitmer’s coronavirus lockdown orders for Michigan will no longer be enforced

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(Natural News) Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s reign of terror is finally coming to an end after state Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that her department will no longer be enforcing Whitmer’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19)-related executive orders.

Following a decision by the Michigan Supreme Court last week that Whitmer’s latest extension of the state of emergency is unconstitutional and lacking in property authority, Nessel indicated that enough is enough.

“In light of the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday, the Attorney General will no longer enforce the governor’s executive orders through criminal prosecution,” announced Ryan Jarvi, press secretary for the attorney general, in a statement.

“However, her decision is not binding on other law enforcement agencies or state departments with independent enforcement authority. It’s her fervent hope that people continue to abide by the measures that Governor Whitmer put in place – like wearing face masks, adhering to social distancing requirements, and staying home when sick – since they’ve proven effective at saving lives.”

Jarvi went on to regurgitate the usual fear-mongering about how “countless more of our friends, family and neighbors” would be dead were it not for Whitmer’s emergency declarations. At the same time, they are not legally binding but rather suggestive – as it should be in Michigan and everywhere else.

“We can respect both the court’s decision and the advice of medical experts by continuing with these important measures voluntarily,” Jarvi added on behalf of the state’s top law enforcement official.


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Four sheriffs from northern Michigan wrote in a joint statement back in April that Whitmer’s emergency decrees were “overstepping her executive authority,” not to mention the fact that they “created a vague framework of emergency laws that only confuse Michigan citizens.”

Some of the earliest lockdown protests, as you may recall, occurred in Michigan where fed-up residents swarmed the capitol building in defiance of Whitmer’s “stay-at-home” orders. Now, that protest has reached the highest law enforcement agency in the state, which will no longer abide by Whitmer’s demands, much to her dismay.

“With this decision, Michigan will become the sole outlier at a time when the Upper Peninsula is experiencing rates of COVID infection not seen in our state since April,” Whitmer whined in a statement, adding that the Supreme Court decision is “deeply disappointing.”

“Furthermore, after 21 days, many of the responsive measures I have put in place to control the spread of the virus will continue under alternative sources of authority that were not at issue in today’s ruling,” she added, the 21 days referring to the amount of time it will take for the Supreme Court ruling to take effect.

With the validity of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) testing in question, Whitmer’s fear-mongering about rising “cases” – what exactly is a “case,” we wonder? – can probably be dismissed as more fake news aimed at keeping the plandemic going for as long as possible.

Commenting on the ruing, Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield, a Republican, noted that Whitmer “had no right to extend the state of emergency over the legislature’s objection.” He further added that the Michigan constitution “matters,” and that the decision is “a big win for our democratic process.”

“Whitmer is a maniac,” wrote one commenter at The Epoch Times. “A mandate is a command and a command is not law. She is definitely overreaching and violating people’s liberties and is against the Constitution of the United States of America.”

“Too bad all governors don’t get their heads out of their a**es, too,” wrote another, including the governors of many other states, “red” ones included, that are still stuck under “state of emergency” tyranny.

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