As we’ve been reporting Michigan residents are furious over Governor Whitmer and her Nazi-like regime banning them from buying Vegetable Seeds, American Flags, Baby Car Seats, among other items, because madam Hitler deemed them as “non-essential” items.
But channeling her finest liberal logic, Governor Whitmer insanely believes Lotto Tickets and Liquor are?
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced in a public address that “essential” businesses such as grocery stores will be restricted in what they are allowed to offer to their customers.
The policy, the governor argued, is meant to limit unnecessary foot traffic in public spaces exempt from the state-wide shutdown:
“If you’re not buying food, medicine, or other essential items, you should not be going to the store,”
Whitmer’s Third Reich
Last week Gov. Whitmer ordered bog-box retailers like Walmart to shutter entire sections of their stores – such as furniture, carpeting, plant nurseries, paint, and garden centers – beginning on April 10.
The state’s strict Nazi-like lockdown measures mean residents will be stuck at home for the start of spring when Americans typically plant their families vegetable or flower gardens.
During the coronavirus lockdown starting a vegetable or flower garden would help locked in Michigan residents to help pass the time – or get some fresh air.
Where I live seeds are available. I'm speaking up for my Michigan friends who are irate they can't get farm supplies but booze and lottery tickets are available. They have a point.
— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) April 10, 2020
Governor Whitmer Does Leave Michigan Residents With One Option
Of course, since Michigan’s Gov. Gretchen Whitmer expanded her state’s “stay home” order last Thursday, banning all residences from visiting your next-door neighbor.
Those who willfully violate Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s order face a misdemeanor arrest punishable by up to 93 days in jail.
So Michigan, you can’t say Gretchen Whitmer didn’t leave you without any other options.