Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Look Quickly Or You’re Likely To Miss Our Shooting Star

Don’t get me wrong, we’d be happy to get rid of her. But America doesn’t deserve Grunhilda.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for Midland County after the Edenville and Sanford dams breached on Tuesday, May 19.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has confirmed she is in talks with Joe Biden’s campaign to become his running mate, as the race to join his ticket reaches an unseen fever pitch.

“I’ve had a conversation with some folks,” Whitmer said in a Tuesday morning interview on the “Today” show.

Nothing better than folksy, female VP. 

A rising star in the Democratic Party who has garnered national headlines through her handling of the Wolverine State’s COVID-19 outbreak, Whitmer is considered one of several women on the shortlist to join Biden’s ticket.

Clipart explosion rising star, Clipart explosion rising star ...Two thumbs up for tyrannical leadership! You know you want it!

A rising Democrat star is required to talk out of both sides of their mouth, a basic skill that Grunhilda has already mastered. A self-described rape survivor who told other survivors last December  “I see you, I hear you, I believe you …I carry you in my heart every day, and I’ll never stop fighting for you.” It looks like her fight for them ends where her fight for lead survivor and Vice Presidential nominee begins however.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer expressed doubts about sexual assault allegations a former U.S. Senate aide has made against presumed Democratic presidential  nominee Joe Biden, in an interview aired on national TV early Friday.

"The Joe Biden I know, these stories are inconsistent with what I know and what I've seen, in terms of work that he's done to support women," Whitmer said on ABC's "Nightline," when asked about the allegations made against Biden by Tara Reade. - Detroit Free Press.

Meanwhile, Governor Grunhilda had to retract her mandated lockdown, stay at home order still in place for most of Michigan yesterday, at least for residents of Midland, MI, and issue an evacuation order instead.

Urging residents to evacuate and saying downtown Midland could be under 9 feet of water by Wednesday afternoon, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer late Tuesday declared a state of emergency for Midland County after the Edenville and Sanford dams breached.

She said that despite those orders generally telling people to stay home, it was important that anyone living in the affected areas evacuate as quickly as possible to safer areas, or go to the homes of relatives and friends.

We’ll see how high Michigan’s rising star gets before its inevitable re-entry.

Shooting star caught on camera in spectacular sky over Australia ...