Embattled Governor Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, all but threw a tantrum from the press podium Monday, when asked about militias warding off state police.

It was an interesting sight to say the least as the governor, wringing her hands nervously scolded, “These executive orders are not a suggestion. They’re not optional; they’re not helpful hints.”

Red-faced, the governor grimaced as if she wanted crawl out of her own skin and slither off of the stage.

It all began when Whitmer ordered police to violate the constitution by intimidating 77 year old barber, Karl Manke, into shutting down his Owosso Barber shop and eventually threatening to arrest the man.

“I have no animosity toward the governor,” stated Manke, a man who has seen fourteen presidents in his lifetime, “I don’t care about any of this nonsense, I just want to work.”

While Manke is one of the more public accounts, he is not the only Michigan business that has opened up in spite of the governor’s failed attempt to control the people. Thousands of businesses have opened up. More and more each day as the governor seems to have completely lost the trust of the people in her state.


After the American Patriot Rally, a major New York Publication reported that as many as a million more people were out and about the next day.