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Livingston County Residents face off with County Commissioners

Livingston County Residents face off with County Commissioners

by Rachel Marcero

A month ago


LIVINGSTON COUNTY-  At last Wednesday's finance meeting the motion to accept more than $1.5 million COVID-19 relief funding did not pass. That funding included over $900,000 to go into the schools and other questionable strings attached. The commissioners had a tied vote, with one commissioner absent, and the motion failed. Since then there has been requests for a re-vote among some of the commissioners, the health department and several from the Livingston County Democratic Party, who spoke at this past Monday's meeting in opposition of this decision. (Site: Facebook event, Livingston County Board of Commissioners)

Commissioner Zajac, which wanted the motion to pass, did not approve of the banter of residents opposing the funding in tonight's meeting. Where do his motivations lie? What further proof do these county health departments and commissioners need? 


Private business owners are not happy with having to pay all the city and county taxes and fees when they are constantly losing money.  Residents are unhappy with seeing a Michigan football stadium jam packed, and Attorney General Dana Nessel at a concert venue full of people. Yet they want to mask and constantly test our children.

The residents are urging that the Commission put the Health Department in their place and take their noses out of raising their children.

Other residents testified on the adverse affects using the VAERS data. You can see the reports for yourself at: https://openvaers.com/covid-data/covid-full-data?start=850

The Livingston Board of County Commissioners did require for people that testified to list their name and full address, which goes against the Michigan Open Meetings Act. Here is the agenda: https://pub-livingston.escribemeetings.com/Meeting.aspx?Id=e70c65b7-3988-4323-9825-b14861c0d833&Agenda=Agenda&lang=English

 

 

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  • To Whom This May Concern:
    Resolution to End Enforcement of Covid-19 Orders and Restore Constitutional Freedoms… all you have to do is change the name of the county or state for that matter and get in touch with us, we will mass email and promote in your county or State. Adding support for legislation supporting the same will help. We can give you legislation to nullify the communist mandates.

    Historical Context

    Any County USA
    Resolution to End Enforcement of Covid-19 Orders and Restore Constitutional Freedoms

    Historical Context
    WHEREAS, the _______________ County Board of Commissioners swore an oath to uphold the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Michigan, which protect our rights to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, and further preserve the right of parents to determine the care of their children. The Constitutions also guarantee freedom of religion, speech, and assembly, as well as due process of law; and

    WHEREAS, constitutional freedoms are not suspended in times of crisis. Although the threat from the COVID-19 virus is serious, civil liberties are not contingent on public health crises; and

    WHEREAS, we recognize that Title 18, U.S.C. Section 242, states that, “Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, … shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; “ and

    WHEREAS, on March 10, 2020, Governor Whitmer declared a State of Emergency and subsequently issued nearly 200 Executive Orders closing public and parochial schools, depriving citizens of “non-essential” medical and dental procedures, prohibiting assembly in public places and private residences, prohibiting citizen’s movement including travel between their own residences, instituting contact tracing and quarantines, closing “non-essential” businesses, even prohibiting outdoor work deemed “non-essential”, re-opening select businesses with restrictions, restricting the purchase of seeds and other “non-essential” goods, restricting the use of motorized boats, and requiring the wearing of masks. After the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that her orders were unconstitutional, similar orders were and continue to be issued through her administrative branch via the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), including masking children and toddlers as young as 2 years of age, coerced medical procedures in the form of forced COVID-19 testing of student athletes, and quarantine of healthy students without due process. Most recently, Governor Whitmer has stated that freedom from such orders may possibly come when a large percentage of the Michigan population undergoes a medical procedure, which has only been given Emergency Use Authorization; and

    WHEREAS, the initial purpose as stated in EO 2020-05 on March 13, 2020, was “to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and to provide essential protections to vulnerable Michiganders and this state’s health care system and other critical infrastructure,” and noted “there is currently no approved vaccine or antiviral treatment for this disease.” Much was unknown at the time; and

    WHEREAS, these orders of the Governor and MDHHS stripped citizens of personal choice and eroded the constitutional rights and freedoms of citizens and parents, resulting in undue burden, restrictions, and irreparable harm to citizens, local businesses and employees, loss of student education and socio-emotional development, and increased mental health and suicide risks of the youth of _______________County; and

    WHEREAS, differing opinions on the path to be taken in response to COVID-19 should be robustly debated and chosen by legislators that have been elected by the people. Governor Whitmer and state agencies do not have authority to unilaterally impose orders that essentially equate into laws; and

    WHEREAS, _____________ County recognizes the heroic efforts of front-line workers, citizens and businesses who have diligently worked to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, does not dismiss the seriousness of COVID-19 to citizens in vulnerable demographics, and appreciates the need for appropriate policies to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, while protecting the constitutional rights of individuals and local and state economic interests; and
    Findings One Year Later

    WHEREAS, one year following the arrival of Covid-19 in the State of Michigan, Studies finds 80.3% of deaths occurred in 9.8% of the population—ages 70 and up, and 91.8% of deaths occurred in ages 60+. The average age of death from Covid-19 is 79.2 years, and the median age of death is 81, with the average life expectancy in the United States being 78.7 years. The age summary for deaths categorized as Covid-19 is as follows (as of May 19, 2021):

    WHEREAS, we mourn those we have lost in______________ County. We also grieve those living in nursing homes and staying in hospitals have been deprived of contact with loved ones in the last year. At the same time state policy placed COVID-19 positive patients in nursing homes where the most vulnerable population resides; and

    WHEREAS, measured, reasonable actions can be used to protect the elderly in residential care, while allowing for contact with loved ones. Older, higher risk adults still have the right to determine what is best for their own life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, including personal health measures; and

    WHEREAS, younger members of our County are not at significant risk from the Covid-19 virus, with zero deaths age 0-19, and a recovery rate of over 99% through age 59—which represents over 80% of our County population. Mandated measures of masking children as young as 2 years of age, coerced testing of teen athletes, and quarantining students—with negligible illness surfacing, have negatively affected socio-emotional development and education, and deprived children of positive activities and once-in-a-lifetime events. The risk of anxiety, depression and death from suicide has increased and is a greater risk to our youth than Covid-19—a mental health crisis which MUST be weighed. Area hospitals are not filled with youth with Covid-19, but rather with youth on suicide watch as local inpatient mental health facilities may fill to capacity; and

    WHEREAS, we now have safe and effective therapeutics proven to save lives, our hospitals are well equipped and not overwhelmed. ¬¬¬¬¬¬_______________ County’s death rates continue to be low, hospital beds and ventilators continue to be available, and vaccines are available to those who desire them, with most vulnerable residents ages 65 and up having completed Covid-19 vaccination; and

    WHEREAS, Michigan has not seen better viral control and outcomes than states which allowed for personal choice on health measures. Covid-19 may continue to pose health risks for an extended period, but stripping constitutionally protected freedoms by means of orders for the sake of the medically vulnerable is not sustainable in a society; and

    WHEREAS, MDHHS and the local health departments appear to have quarantined healthy students without legal authority or providing due process to citizens. MDHHS orders give Health Departments and local Sheriff’s Departments authority to enforce their orders, but do not require enforcement;
    Restoring Freedom to ______________ County

    THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the ________________ County Board of Commissioners will no longer support unconstitutional orders unilaterally imposed by Governor Whitmer and state agencies regarding COVID-19 without the authority of law. Constitutional freedoms are not to be suspended in times of crisis; and

    FURTHER, we direct the County Administrator to notify department heads that no funds or resources are to be expended for enforcement or pressured compliance to any orders regarding COVID-19, to include license reporting or barring access to schools, churches, businesses and operations that fail to comply with such orders; and

    FURTHER, we direct no use of funds for the arrest and prosecution of any person accused of violating emergency orders regarding COVID-19. We encourage the_____________ County Sheriff’s Department and the _______________ County Prosecutor’s Office to uphold their oaths of office to support the Constitution, and make this the lowest priority; and

    THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, we trust the citizens of _______________ County to act responsibly towards others while determining what is best for themselves and their families in contending with risks associated with the COVID-19 virus. Measured, reasonable actions are encouraged to protect the elderly in residential care, while allowing for contact with loved ones. We encourage churches, public and private schools, and local businesses to use their own good judgment to operate in a manner which minimizes risk to citizens while protecting the health and welfare of their businesses, care for their employees, and the community; and

    FURTHER, information regarding Covid-19 Statistics, Risks and Resources will remain on the _______________ County website as a resource for residents. The County will continue to provide Covid-19 vaccines and testing for those who desire them. As all medical procedures carry risk, opening our County is not dependent on residents choosing to be vaccinated or tested. ____________ County will not support the use of vaccine passports, or differing treatment o-f unvaccinated individuals in schools, businesses, and public pla-ces; and

    FURTHER, on behalf of the citizens of______________ County, we call on Governor Whitmer, MDHHS, and MIOSHA to immediately end all orders and restrictions related to Covid-19, and cease from issuing more in the future. We request the Michigan Legislature adopt constitutionally sound measures which limit the unchecked exercise and abuse of executive power and administrative agencies, and which restore individual responsibility and freedom, not dependent on public health data; and

    FURTHER, we request that all ______________ County Legislative Delegation adopt and support House Bills 4789, 4790, 4791, 4792, 4793 and4794, protecting personnel medical choice, and prevention of vaccine-based discrimination; and

    FURTHER, we request that Senator J_____________, and Senator ______________ initiate sister legislation on all 6 above mentioned House Bills 4789 through 4794. and

    FURTHER, we request a copy of this Resolution be sent to Governor Whitmer, Senator Mike Shirkey,, Representative Jason Wentworth, the Michigan Senate, the Michigan House of Representatives, the Michigan Association of Counties and to the Clerk of each County in the State of Michigan.
    Respectfully submitted

    NOTE: You or we will re-write this resolution according to each state and change of House Bills or Senate Bill, Please contact before taken action. Many commissioners, or legislator’s for that matter will fear taking action, due to the politics at hand. WE will teach you how to get around the situation. Contact Bill kagasage@yahoo.com or 269-806-2775

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