I still have relatives that live in Michigan and they have been telling me that ever since the governor started running her mouth about the state being locked down that things have been pretty rough.

They live in a very small town in the state and to be honest, without being in public places you could often go weeks without seeing another person. Folks need some kind of human contact, and let’s face it, it’s not that fun to do all your grocery shopping online.

However, help is on the way.

The state of Michigan is now open for business. The Michigan Supreme Court found Gretchen Whitmer’s lock down is unconstitutional. Whitmer was using a law passed during WWII to effectively close down the state. But the court reviewed the law and found Whitmer did not have the power she claimed.

The Court concluded the Emergency Powers of Governor Act:

…is in violation of the Constitution of our state because it purports to delegate to the executive branch the legislative powers of state government–including its plenary police powers–and to allow the exercise of such powers indefinitely. As a consequence, the EPGA cannot continue to provide a basis for the Governor to exercise emergency powers.

The MSC ruled in favor of the Michigan legislature. They ruled that Whitmer had tried to hijack the legislative powers of the Michigan legislature. All of those businesses that have failed and all the ensuing bankruptcies can be laid at her feet.

Lee Chatfield wrote:

“The Supreme Court ruled today in agreement with the legislature that the 1945 law is unconstitutional.”

“The governor had no right to extend the state of emergency over the Legislature’s objection. Our Constitution matters, and this was a big win for our democratic process.”

Fred Wszolek, spokesman for Unlock Michigan told Breitbart News:

“Michigan is now unlocked.”

“We argued from the beginning that unlimited powers for a politician were a terrible idea. Today, we know that they are also unconstitutional.”

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