Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has seen her name recognition soar in the COVID-Era. This is something that would typically be good for a politician. There is, after all, no such thing as bad press – unless you’re Gretchen Whitmer. And the ‘press’ just keeps on coming.
The Democrat governor has been notorious for her fascist behavior, enforcing her emergency orders by sending six officers to serve a 77-year old barber Karl Manke for cutting hair. Meanwhile, in the State capital, Club Tabu, a private, straight, gay, or Bi Alternative men’s Lounge, is open for business.
So, what? Under normal circumstances in Michigan, “so what” should apply. Here’s the web site, work it out for yourself. It sounds like the place specializes in gay hook-up sex with strangers. If that’s your thing, let the adults have at it. But is Whitmer sending anyone to shut down Club Tabu, over health concerns in the COVID-Era?
Unlike Manke, who is sterilizing everything in his barbershop and wearing a mask to cut hair, Club Tabu has no announcement on their social media about what precautions they are taking, if any, to keep people who are engaging in full body contact with strangers safe. In fact, the only messaging they are giving is that they are open. The website FAQ’s says, “Yes, we are still open; if this website is still up – we are open!!!”
That’s a fascinating exemption. The barber should take notice. Upgrade to a rainbow barber pole. Hire some new “stylists.” Walk-ins welcome. Special backroom service. Get a cut and a blow (dry) at our private salon. Masks optional, but if you wear one, make sure it’s fabulous!
Or, you can get the Whitmer Special. Six cops with a shutdown order and more handcuffs than you’ll know what to do with – and Welcome to Michigan where the rules apply to some of the people some of the time.