If I were to compile a list of the top 5 most tyrannical governors in the country, I know who I'd put on that list in a heartbeat.
One of those names would be Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer without a doubt.
She is by far one of the worst governors that I've ever seen in my life.
Multiple members of the Michigan House of Representatives have brought forward a possible resolution for impeachment against Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday. This was done subsequently after the state's decision to enact more abusive and unconstitutional pandemic related restrictions.
Beau LaFave, a Republican representative, said on Twitter that he introduced the articles of impeachment against the governor.
He then went on to state the reasons for this decision including a failure to separate powers by carrying out powers typically allocated to the legislative branch, imposing on the rights granted to the residents of Michigan via the Constitution, enacting executive orders that were not favored by citizens or the state, and using the resources granted to the state to recompense allies in the same political party.
“Today I introduced Articles of Impeachment against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer,” Rep. Beau LaFave said on twitter Wednesday.
“The four articles of impeachment against Gov. Whitmer include failing to respect the separation of powers by exercising power granted to the legislative branch, violating the constitutional rights of the people of Michigan, issuing executive orders against the interests of the people and state, and using state resources to reward political allies,” he added.
Today I introduced Articles of Impeachment against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
The four articles of impeachment against Gov. Whitmer include failing to respect the separation of powers by exercising power granted to the legislative branch, violating the constitutional pic.twitter.com/tCr2KUZb3E
— Beau M. LaFave (@BeauMattLaFave) November 18, 2020
LaFave went on to make further claims that the way that Gretchen Whitmer is handling the pandemic can be described as corrupt conduct filled with crimes and misdemeanors.
If you ask me, this should have already happened a long time ago. When a governor starts acting against the Constitution of our country, that should be a red flag.