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    Michigan State Police Issue Three Disorderly Conduct Citations During Operation Haircut

    Michigan State Police Issue Three Disorderly Conduct Citations During Operation Haircut

    Looks like Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has the Michigan State Police on a short leash.
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    Earlier today I blogged that the Illinois State Police would not take a reasonable approach to that state’s tyrannical governor.

    Looks like Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has the Michigan State Police on a short leash because they swarmed the protest Operation Haircut and issued three citations for disorderly conduct.

    Disorderly conduct for giving a haircut. Outside. On a nice day.

    That woman in Michigan deemed salons non-essential businesses in response to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. I guess she forgot that salons and barbershops are very sterile not during a viral outbreak.

    But when do facts matter? Never to the left. After all, state regulators stripped Karl Manke of his barber license because he stayed open. Yeah, a 77-year-old barber is a danger to the public.

    On Wednesday, the Michigan Conservative Coalition held Operation Haircut in Lansing. Manke’s situation inspired this protest.

    Is this like the 50th protest against that woman in Michigan since she wielded her power?


    “Michigan’s small business owners are patriotic and law abiding citizens, but enough is enough. Our Governor’s actions show every day that this is no longer about the China virus. Her actions show this is now about a progressive radical agenda,” said Marian Sheridan, a co-founder of the Michigan Conservative Coalition in a press release. “Dope shops are open, abortion mills churn on, but barber shops are, somehow, unsafe. Show us that ‘science’ Governor!”

    The group announced that free haircuts would be done on the Capitol lawn between noon and 3 p.m. on Wednesday but encouraged people to comply with social distancing and use face coverings.

    Instead of concentrating on actual criminals, the Michigan State Police patrolled the protest:

    Twitter responded exactly how you would expect it to:


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    texansamurai | May 21, 2020 at 9:20 am

    24.242. Here, if the standard rulemaking process were followed, monetary civil penalties would not go into effect until well after they could provide useful deterrent measures

    so therefore, as an unelected bureaucrat, while clearly exceeding my authority, I hereby decree that the orderly process of law is too slow for my liking and that we will administer the punishments/penalties in the manner that I see fit

    what an elegant piece of bullshyt

    paracelsus | May 21, 2020 at 10:09 am

    I thought the penalty for following an unlawful order was decided at Nuremberg

    kenoshamarge | May 21, 2020 at 11:43 am

    Funny how when Cops want more money they can all catch the “Blue Flu.” But when it comes to ticketing hard working people who just want to work for a living they do something they have to know in their heart is wrong.

    I want the names of those State Police Officers publicized so that those who are supposed to “Protect and Serve” are outed as Whitmer’s private army sent out to “Intimidate and harass.” Imagine the courage it must have taken that woman to keep cutting hair when 3 cops, all twice her size, approach her.

    The police are often my heroes. In this case they are the bad guys and that woman who keeps on cutting hair is the hero. More guts than all 3 of those bullies.

    gourdhead | May 21, 2020 at 3:33 pm

    These Gestapo cops should be ashamed of themselves.

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