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BREAKING: Michigan Attorney General Says Trump Is No Longer Welcome In Michigan After Not Wearing Mask

The attorney general of Michigan issued a bizarre statement on CNN after President Trump visited a Ford plant in violation of a recent order from Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer, who banned all “nonessential” tours on Monday, suggesting that President Trump is no longer welcome in the state for not wearing a mask. The questionable decision from the government official aired in an interview on CNN, where she became visibly enraged shortly after President Trump visited the motor plant without wearing a mask in violation of company policy.

Along with saying that Trump is no longer welcome in the state, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says her department may even be considering bringing up charges against the president for not adhering to the excessive measures that were ordered by Governor Whitmer to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.


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In the embarrassing display on CNN, the Michigan official made a series of unwarranted statements about President Trump, claiming that he is a “petulant child who refuses to follow the rules,” adding that “this is not a joke.”

But this isn't even the first time that Michigan representatives have been under the public eye for their controversial methods of curbing the spread of the coronavirus within the state. Just a few weeks ago governor Whitmer was hit with strict opposition from members of the Republican Party for extending an already excessive lockdown measure for her state, an action which critics argue she had no authority to order.

As figures in the local government across the nation irresponsibly continue the lockdowns across their constituencies without a budding need to do so, the Justice Department has begun to take legal action where lockdowns that they deem “excessive” are ordered. California alone is facing a handful of lawsuits for the actions made by their elected officials that were in violation of basic constitutional rights.

Attorney General Bill Barr confirmed more steps will be taken from the Justice Department in regards to the select unjustifiable lockdowns while speaking to reporters, issuing a bold message to these representatives who are making the coronavirus worse than a problem for our economy than it already is.

“These are very, very burdensome impingements on liberty, and we adopted them, we have to remember, for the limited purpose of slowing down the spread, that is bending the curve,” Barr said.

“We didn’t adopt them as the comprehensive way of dealing with this disease….You can’t just keep on feeding the patient chemotherapy and say well, we’re killing the cancer, because we were getting to the point where we’re killing the patient,” he added.

Although some individuals in the government are going to extraordinary measures to continue the unwarranted lockdown of the United States economy, President Trump and Attorney General Barr are working to ensure that those who deprive their constituents of their freedom without a proper reason will be charged to the fullest extent of the law. 

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