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Dec 23 2020

Sob Story Used in COVID-19 Sting Operation

Is anything beneath the moonbat tyrants of the Gretchen Whitmer regime? The short answer is no. For the long answer, refer to a story related by Republican Michigan State Senator Tom Barrett.

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A compliance agent from the state’s Liquor Control Commission walks into a bar…

Unfortunately, this is no joke. The undercover agent used a sob story to trick the owner into noncompliance so that he could be busted.

Via Breitbart:

According to Barrett, an individual approached Charlie’s Bar and Grill in Potterville, saying he was “really lonely and asked if he could have something to eat”:

The restaurateur “felt bad for the man and served him a meal,” Barrett said.

Loneliness is an increasingly serious issue thanks to the lockdowns. It can lead to severe depression and suicide.

A few days later, the liquor license of Charlie’s Bar and Grill was suspended after allegedly violating Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s (D-MI) lockdown orders.

“Nobody in the Liquor Control Enforcement Division is missing a paycheck right now, wondering how they’ll get through Christmas,” Barrett noted, unlike many business owners and employees affected by the mandates.

Last I knew, Michigan was part of America. However, rights have been rescinded there, due to the calamitous confluence of COVID-19 hysteria and Democrat rule.

Whitmer’s coronavirus orders, issued via executive order, were ruled unconstitutional by the Michigan Supreme Court in October. Within days, the Department of Health and Human Services reissued many of the same orders.

Courts are to be ignored when they are not helping to impose left-wing authoritarianism.

On a tip from Brian Brandt.


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