COVID-19 and Unconstitutional Orders
Criminal charges filed against six hairstylists during a Stay-at-Home protest last May have been dropped. These women gave free haircuts at the Michigan Capitol as an act of protest against the mandated six foot social distance and stay at home order.
The charges threatened punishment of up to a $500 fine and 93 days in jail. Kallman and Assoc, the legal firm that successfully represented Karl Manke from Owosso, was hired by the Michigan Conservative Coalition to represent the charged hairstylists. However, a judge recently dismissed the case after the AG failed to prepare their half.
The Kallman and Assoc firm will continue to represent them as the AG continues to seek to have their license censured by the LARA licensing board.
Meshawn Maddock has been elected to lead the MI-GOP for the next two years. Ron Weiser will also serve as Chair. Marian Sheridan was reelected to Vice Chair for Grassroots and Diane Schnedlebeck was elected to Vice Chair of Administration.
Dominion Voting Fraud Update
Significant legal actions continue to persist about the election fraud in Antrim County. Judge Kevin Elsenheimer issued a court order for the Antrim County Clerk to allow a cyber forensics team to take images of the Dominion Voting Systems configuration.
As of now, this is the only ruling of its kind in the nation. More information to come.
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