Michigan judge, defying Whitmer, tosses cases against hairstylists

Michigan judge, defying Whitmer, tosses cases against hairstylists
Gretchen Whitmer (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – Interestingly, prosecutors didn’t show up in court for the hairstylists’ disorderly conduct cases.   The state supreme court has already ruled that Whitmer’s lockdown extensions are unconstitutional.  In little ways, one by one, across the country the overreach and misconduct of blue state governors is being repudiated by the courts and courageous individual citizens. (And then there’s New York, in a class by itself.)]

A Michigan judge has dismissed charges against six hair stylists who cut hair in front of the state Capitol in May to protest what they called “unconstitutional” business shutdowns imposed by Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. …

The hairstylists had been charged with disorderly conduct for participating in “Operation Haircut,” a protest in May to support barber Karl Manke, who was targeted by Whitmer’s administration for defying her draconian shutdowns. …

Hairstylist Angela Rigas said she participated in “Operation Haircut” to protest Whitmer’s “unconstitutional,” extended shutdowns.

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“We were certain at the time that her orders were unconstitutional, which we know later were ruled as such, as all of her emergency orders after April 30 were thrown out,” Rigas told Doocy.

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