Prosecutor Announces Michigan Gov Whitmer May Face CRIMINAL CHARGES!


Whenever something horrible happens, there is almost always a person that gave the order for example.

Look at the Watergate break-in, you know full well that Nixon knew about that. There was just no way that he didn’t know. At the end of the day, there is always someone that either order a coverup, or that allows one to take place.

I have family that still lives in Michigan and the past year they have been living under some really awful conditions when it came to things that they were allowed to do. Coupled with the fact that they are still living under them, you have to know that the governor is to blame.

That being the case, what else is Whitmer hiding…

A county prosecutor in Michigan says charges against Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer could be in the making related to the deaths of nursing home residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Macomb County Prosecutor Peter Lucido said that as of now, he has suspicions, but he needs evidence, according to WXYZ-TV in Detroit.

Lucido is urging Michigan residents who lost family members who were in nursing homes at the time of their death to make a wrongful death complaint with a local police agency because privacy laws otherwise block him from acting on specific cases.

“If we find there’s been willful neglect of office, if we find there’s been reckless endangerment of a person’s life by bringing them in, then we would move forward with charges against the governor. Of course, we would. Nobody’s above the law in this state,” he told WXYZ.

Lucido said he will meet with police in Macomb County to instruct them on how to process and verify the information and bring it to the prosecutor’s office.

As a Republican state senator last year, Lucido sponsored a bill that would have banned putting COVID-19 patients into nursing homes. Whitmer vetoed the bill.

“I am very disappointed and saddened that the governor vetoed this extremely important and commonsense legislation. Politics should not prevail over the health and safety of our seniors and health care workers,” Lucido said in a statement at the time.

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