Michigan State Gretchen Whitmer On Sunday he introduced a so-called “three-week hiatus” in the hope of slowing the spread of the coronavirus as the country reportedly broke its one-day record over the past month, according to FOX2 Detroit.
The downtime began on Wednesday, affecting personal learning in schools, indoor dining in restaurants, and all organized sports except for professional theaters, cinemas, stadiums, arenas, bowling centers, ice rinks, water parks, bingo halls, Casinos, arcades and group fitness classes.
Kelly Stafford said in her raunchy talk that she mostly felt like a small business owner. But retail businesses, salons, babysitting and gyms were unaffected by Whitmire’s request.
“So I’ll be very frank: I got over it. I ended up living in a dictatorship that we call Michigan. I understand there is a pandemic, and I realize it’s very scary. I’m afraid of it too. If you’re in danger, don’t leave your home until a vaccine is available.”
But shutting down all these small businesses – the things people have made their lives for – closing them again isn’t the answer, because they’re not going to. So once we can leave our home, once this dictatorship decides to allow us some freedom, there will be nothing left.
“I just finished. I see all these people and it makes me feel tears. Me – and believe me, I know there are people who say, ‘This is really ignorant of you. How do you say that?’ Listen, I know that not everyone will agree with me. Not everyone will agree with all of them. A step I take. This is life, okay? We express our opinions, we move on.
“That’s my opinion. I feel this small business. It’s not that I don’t feel about people with COVID or the hospitals. It’s gone. But that’s my opinion. I don’t feel – I don’t like living in a place where they tell me what I can and can’t do. I live once. Once again, this is my opinion. You have yours, everyone has theirs, and we take it into account. “
The Stafford family has had difficulty dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic. Matthew Stafford has been placed on the COVID-19 / Catalog twice this year. He had a false positive test before the season started.
to me Detroit NewsShe later apologized for screaming.
“Well, this is what I do best. I come back to apologize after I read some of your stuff and pause for a bit. I’m really sorry. I was in the thick of this moment. A friend is losing his business, which is something that got me a little, so I apologize for calling it a dictatorship.”
Kelly Stafford has also posted several photos showing companies Michigan residents can support during the COVID restrictions.