‘Whitmer The Tyrant’ Response To Boatgate Has Made Her Bad Situation Even Worse

Democratic tyrant, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s response to her husband seeking special treatment from a Michigan dock company to get his motorboat delivered to his family vacation home has made her bad situation even worse.

Over the weekend, Whitmer was hammered over her husband Mark Mallory, requesting special treatment to get his boat in the water for the Memorial Day weekend.

Both Facebook posts from Northshore Dock LLC and the company owners, Tad Dowker describing the incident have been deleted but Detroit News confirmed the event did happen.

Detroit News confirmed the posts:

“This morning, I was out working when the office called me, there was a gentleman on hold who wanted his boat in the water before the weekend,” Dowker posted on Facebook Thursday, according to the Detroit News. “Being Memorial weekend and the fact that we started working three weeks late means there is no chance this is going to happen.”

“Well our office personnel had explained this to the man and he replied, ‘I am the husband to the governor, will this make a difference?’”

Mallory’s request for special treatment came just three days after Whitmer announced that she was going to loosen restrictions in the Northern part of Michigan because cases were much less.

However, on May 18, she was quoted telling Michiganders not to travel to northern Michigan, “If you don’t live in these regions … think long and hard before you take a trip into them,” Whitmer said.

“A small spike could put the hospital system in dire straits pretty quickly,” she said. “That’s precisely why we’re asking everyone to continue doing their part. Don’t descend on Traverse City from all regions of the state.”

Whitmer’s response to the debacle isn’t helping either, instead of apologizing she is not saying anything.

“Our practice is not to discuss the governor’s or her family’s personal calendar/schedules,” Whitmer’s press secretary, Tiffany Brown, told the Daily Caller News Foundation in a statement Tuesday. “And we’re not going to make it a practice of addressing every rumor that is spread online.

“There’s been a lot of wild misinformation spreading online attacking the governor and her family, and the threats of violence against her personally are downright dangerous,” Brown added.

Dowker confirmed the event and told Detroit News the reason why he deleted the post was because he couldn’t keep up with the media requests and because since they are allowed to work he’s too busy.

“After a long day of keeping crews running, adhering to the additional safety regulations that need to be in place to operate our small business and fielding calls from customers frustrated with our lagging installation schedule I was told the governor’s husband called asking for install availability,” the company said in a Facebook post, according to the Detroit News. “Up until this point we, as a company, had no idea we installed their dock or boat.”

I hope Michiganders will be ok, every time Whitmer is challenged she extends the lockdown.

The Detroit News