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As Michigan residents prepare to take to the streets in today’s planned protest called “Operation Gridlock” protest, while a recall petition over Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s mishandling of the Coronavirus crisis has received hundreds of thousands of signatures.

Despite Hydroxychloroquine being prescribed by Doctors worldwide to treat against such diseases as lupus, erythematosus and rheumatoid arthritis. It’s also used to prevent and treat malaria.

President Trump alerted Americans weeks ago that they should speak with their Doctors about using Hydroxychloroquine in combination with Z-Paks in a last-ditch attempt to save those coronavirus patients who had become so gravely ill they were now facing being placed on a ventilator.

The President stated that while Hydroxychloroquine studies are now starting to take place. Anecdotally, Hydroxychloroquine has shown great promise in limiting the effects of those infected with Coronavirus.

But despite the FDA giving its approval for Doctors to prescribe Hydroxychloroquine in coronavirus patients. Michigan’s Democrat Governor sparked outrage among residents when she limited Michigan doctors from prescribing the potentially life-saving drugs to senior citizens infected with the COVID-19 virus.

Whitmer’s followed up her Hydroxychloroquine idiocy by banning big-box retailers like Walmart, from selling “Non-Essential” items such as packaged vegetable and flower seeds, American flags and Baby Car seats.

But incredibly, Gov. Whitmer listed Liquor, and Lotto Tickets as “Essential’ Items” thus allowing retailers to sell them during the states Coronavirus lockdown.

Gov. Whitmer enraged Michigan resident even further when she extended her stay-at-home order in response to the pandemic to include a ban on individuals traveling between two residences.

Starting Saturday, April 10th, Michigan residents would no longer be permitted to visit friends or relatives or their second homes or vacation rentals inside the state, with few exceptions.

Individuals who violate Whitmer’s order faced arrest and/or be fined up to $1,000.

Operation Gridlock Set For Today, April 15th at Noon

As we reported last week a planned protest called “Operation Gridlock,” is set to take place today, Wednesday, April 15th at noon.

Operation Gridlock calls for Michigan residents to circle the Michigan Capitol Building in their vehicles protesting Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s unconstitutional and imbecilic Coronavirus response.

Operation Gridlock Wednesday April 15

The Operation Gridlock Facebook event page, which has gained the interest of thousands of Michiganders, states:

TAKE ACTION IN LANSING.
Not on foot – STAY in your VEHICLES!

People always say: “Conservatives never protest because they are too busy working.”

Well, guess what. You’re not working– so it’s time to PROTEST.

Everyone, every citizen, every business owner needs to get out of their house, out of their chair and get in their car, or truck, or anything that is legal to drive on taxpayer funded roads. Then drive to Lansing to circle the Michigan Capitol Building at 100 N. Capitol Avenue at noon on April 15.

Come prepared for a traffic jam in Lansing! We WANT gridlock.

High NOON drive around the Capitol- honk horns, paint cars or bring signs. SHOW UP.

Do not park and walk – stay in your vehicles!
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Operation Gridlock isn’t the only action taking place.

A Change.org petition calling for Michigan’s incompetent Democratic governor’s recall has been gaining attention and has now received over 240,000 signatures as of early Wednesday morning. 

Whitmer change.org Protest

It’s interesting to note that Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, is a name frequently floated as a potential running mate for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Related Story Governor Whitmer: Ban Seeds, But Booze, Lotto Are OK?


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