If Whitmer can protest, we can vote in person
On Thursday, June 4, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer attended a protest march in Detroit where she stood shoulder-to-shoulder with people not of her immediate family.
Gov. Whitmer previously advocated all registered voters be sent absentee ballot applications based on her opinion voting in person would present a serious health risk, and so it was done.
That’s nonsense. If the governor can protest in person, people can vote in person. It’s that simple.
Gov. Whitmer should pick which side of the issue she’s on and stick with it.
There’s obviously no need to risk the possible voting fraud that may result from her needless order, an order clearly needless based on her own public actions.