Well, it seems like we don’t even finish talking about disgraced Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer, when she pops up in the news again.
It’s as if she can’t help herself getting caught up in one scandal after another.
If you live in a free state, you might not realize that Democrat-run places still have strict mandates in place.
That includes Michigan, that continues to restrict how many people can even go to a restaurant.
But guess what? Their own governor thinks she’s above the very rules she put into place.
From Fox News:
The Detroit Free Press reported that the photo showed the governor with a large group at The Landshark Bar & Grill, which is in East Lansing. The paper pointed out that the group was unmasked and there seemed to be no social distancing.
The story emerged after a member of the party posted a series of pictures of the event on social media.
But she hastily took down photos that featured Whitmer, suggesting the governor knew that she had broken the rules and was trying to cover it up.
The cat was out of the bag, though. The photos went viral and millions saw the Democrat breaking rules she demanded the rest of the state follow.
This isn’t even the first time Whitmer has been accused of violating the strict rules of her own state. It’s not even the second time!
And it’s one in a long line of episodes where Democrats—who demanded we all obey their edicts—broke those very same demands.
From Gavin Newsom to Nancy Pelosi to Gretchen Whitmer, it seems Democrats think they are above the law.
Aren’t these the same people who remain ever-so-worried? If they are still terrified that this virus will wipe out the U.S., why are they breaking their rules?
Gretchen apologized for the photo—but that might not erase the outrage millions of her own residents are feeling right now.
- Gretchen Whitmer was caught breaking her own rules at a restaurant.
- Photos of her with a large group were posted to Facebook and went viral.
- This comes as numerous Democrats were caught breaking rules they demanded.
Source: Fox News