This week in Lansing, Governor Gretchen Whitmer provided a crystal clear and frightening look behind the curtain when asked by the press why she hasn’t removed her boot from the throats of millions of workers she’s blocked from earning a living.
"But the order, which expired Wednesday and which was immediately replaced by an identical order, is far from perfect. It mandates that nursing homes with less than 80% capacity must create dedicated isolation units for COVID-19-affected residents."It also mandates that nursing homes with dedicated isolation units may not prohibit admission or readmission of residents based on COVID-19 test results."Translation: Capable nursing homes must admit infected residents."
"Whitmer issued an executive order last month that requires seniors who are positive for COVID-19 to be brought to the TCF Center in Detroit or to “regional hubs,” which are nursing homes where the state says there has to be separation of the COVID-19 positive and negative patients."Rep. Leslie Love (R-Detroit) is critical of the practice. 'To return seniors into an environment, seniors with the virus still recovering from the virus, into an environment with, well, seniors, just didn’t seem -- it’s not a good idea,' Love said."
"The Detroit Medical Center’s (DMC) Sinai Grace Hospital has been at the center of national attention due to photographs that appear to show bodies stacked in storage rooms at the hospital. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer told reporters at a press conference last month that state regulators were investigating the issue. But Sinai Grace CEO Daniel Jackson says he’s not aware of any state probe."