Michigan AG, mired in multiple crises, focuses on Trump's missing mask
If anything embodies the unseriousness of the Democrats, the smug, sanctimonious, and strangely chirpy pronunciamentos of the state's attorney general, Dana Nessel, will fill the bill.
Here she goes, chirping her big concern about President Trump not wearing a face mask as he spoke to workers at the Ford plant in Michigan, as the drive-by media echo-chamber her.
WATCH: Michigan AG @DanaNessel jumps on CNN outraged that President Trump did not wear a face mask in public— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 21, 2020
Says she may bring charges against Ford for not forcing Trump to wear a mask at production plant
What's wrong with this picture? Here's a clue from Twitter:
Nursing home beatings. Election fraud. Two dams explode. And what’s Michigan AG prioritizing? “Orange Man Need Mask”— Gio DeBatta (@GDebatta) May 22, 2020
define who "you" in the "you've" is. i predict its not anyone outside your tiny media bubble, all striving to impress each other with high school angst masked as revelation. https://t.co/hezikGhQwS— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) May 22, 2020
Here's a creature whose state is on fire, exploding with crises. Those include the abuse of nursing home patients, brought on by families being unable to visit their loved ones and report abuse, as has recently been seen on camera. And speaking of abuse, there's also Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's appalling grim-reaper decision to seed nursing homes with COVID-19 patients, which is certain to kill thousands. Whitmer's policies take abuse to a whole new level. The bottom line is that in Michigan, nursing home patients are not being protected and cannot defend themselves as a direct result of state policy.
But wait, there's more. Voter fraud is growing exponentially in that state, once again brought on by her state's policies, probably her own.
And there's more still. Two dams have collapsed in eastern Michigan, leaving thousands homeless, in a huge "unexpected" yet perfectly predictable disaster, brought on by, once again, Whitmer's and Nessel's state policies. The private dam owners had been sued by the government to fill the water levels excessively high based on their greenie agenda, and the owners warned — and tried to fight back — that it endangered the public.
But remember! Orange Man Bad, and he's not wearing a mask. This shows the depth of seriousness going on in that crisis-engulfed state, blaming everyone but themselves for the disasters going on as a direct result of their own decisions. These people have no idea how to govern. Their sole concern is Getting Trump and finding a way to silence him.
While we are at it: Where the heck was Chirpy's mask as she made that complaint about Trump? Right, it was off, because she was speaking to the public. The same could be said of Trump, who had his off when he spoke to the public, fully socially distanced, and probably unlike her, he had been tested, as had all the people in his vicinity. Trump had his face mask on when the cameras were off, which is another thing.
Trump wore a mask and the media still flipped out. pic.twitter.com/M96QlxLesb— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) May 21, 2020
But Orange Man Bad, see, and that's the only thing that matters to her. And it mattered so much that she vowed — in that creepy, thin, insubstantial, chirpy voice of hers — to sue the hell out of that company, throwing all of those workers out of work for it. It's quite likely she will do it — service with a smile.
But the rest of us can all see what's happening. Nessel's priority is Getting Trump. She'd like to silence him. If she can't do that, she'll punish the places where he speaks and lay off workers to boot. Meanwhile, her execrable record as part of the Whitmer administration goes off like an uncontrolled dumpster fire, a veritable bonfire of the leftist vanities, as she zeroes in on that mask.
These people can't be thrown out on their ear by voters soon enough, and if they don't, they'll get exactly what they deserve. The rest of us can only shake our heads in disgust at these unserious people's childish, small-minded, and highly politicized priorities.
Image credit: Twitter screen shot.