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Heroic Michigan Barber Has License Reinstated After Winning Supreme Court Case Against Gretchen Whitmer

Karl Manke put Queen Gretchen in her place.

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Heroic 77-year-old barber Karl Manke of Owosso, Mich. is having his barber’s license reinstated following a Supreme Court victory against the unconstitutional shutdown edicts of Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

“I am pleased with the orders issued today to reinstate my licenses so I can continue to move forward,” Manke said. “I still believe it is high time for all of Michigan to Stand Up, Open Up for business, and for all the people in our community to Show Up in support.”

The Michigan Supreme Court ruled by a unanimous 7-0 margin to uphold Manke’s rights earlier this month. The court determined that the Whitmer administration, led by brutish lesbianic Attorney General Dana Nessel, overstepped in their crusade against Manke, who cut hair for his community against edicts issued by the administration.

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“It is incumbent on the courts to ensure decisions are made according to the rule of law, not hysteria. Here, in addition to entering an order whose validity is highly suspect, the Court of Appeals majority took the extraordinary step of directing the trial court to take immediate action despite the fact that an application for leave had already been filed in our Court,” the ruling in favor of Manke stated.

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“Courts decide legal questions that arise in the cases that come before us according to the rule of law. One hopes that this great principle—essential to any free society, including ours—will not itself become yet another casualty of COVID-19,” the ruling concluded.

Big League Politics has reported on Manke as he has fought mightily against Democrat oppression. He has galvanized the state and undermined Whitmer’s unlawful authority throughout every step of the process:

A Michigan Circuit Court Judge in Shiawassee County rejected the complaint filed by the Michigan Attorney General’s Office to shut down barber Karl Manke, who has refused the order from Governor Gretchen Whitmer calling his business “non-essential.”

Attorney General Dana Nessel tried to file a temporary restraining order today against Manke in order to criminalize his barber shop operation in Owosso. He is able to remain in operation for the time being because a judge rejected her request, although the state has charged him with misdemeanor crimes.

“The next step now would depend on if the “(Attorney General) appeals or not,” said attorney David A. Kallman, who is presenting Manke.

“I don’t know if they’re going to, but for our point of view, the next step is two criminal charges pending against him in district court for misdemeanors,” he added.

Manke has received citations for violating Whitmer’s edicts. He could receive 90 days in jail and/or a $500 fine if he is convicted of these supposed crimes.

“I’d gone six weeks without a paycheck with no money coming in. I’ve been in this business 59 years…I’m 77. I’ve always worked,” he said. “I’ve never looked for handouts. I don’t even know what they are. I had somebody call me and say why don’t you get on food stamps. I don’t want to get on food stamps. I want to work.”

Manke is overwhelmed by the incredible amount of support he has received from the community due to his patriotic stand against Whitmer’s tyranny.

“I came into this last Monday alone, thinking I’m going to swing in the wind alone,” he said, calling the government’s order to keep non-essential businesses closed and he doesn’t need to be mothered by lawmakers. “I cannot believe the support that I’ve got. It’s overwhelming.”

Although he has been vindicated by the state’s highest court, Manke is still facing misdemeanor charges in Shiawassee County and contesting a complaint made against him at the state level. Big League Politics will provide updates as Manke continues his stand against Democrat injustice.

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Democrat Governors Join ANTIFA to Terrorize New York Young Republicans President Following Successful Event

Gavin Wax is in the crosshairs of the leftist terror regime.

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New York Young Republicans (NYYRs) president Gavin Wax is being harassed, threatened and banned from social media following his organization’s successful event last night featuring journalist James O’Keefe and Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).

Twitter suspended Wax today for saying that ANTIFA domestic terrorists should be jailed for their crimes against the Bill of Rights and Constitution:

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In addition, ANTIFA terrorists are targeting Wax’s neighborhood to dox him with false and misleading characterizations – opening him up to harassment or violence from extremists.

The ANTIFA campaign of terror against Wax coincides many vicious attacks he has received from public officials. Governor Andrew Cuomo has had his bureaucratic goons attack Wax and the NYYRs for refusing to buckle against intense pressure.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy went Full Gestapo and said he would have police “investigate” the Young Republicans meeting and issued some lame tough talk against Gaetz as well:

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop also issued threats against Wax and the NYYRs:

Jersey City Prosecutor Jake Hudnut flagrantly abused his power, closing down the restaurant that hosted the event in a power play against his political opponents:

Before he was banned from Twitter, Wax made a fool of Gov. Murphy due to his extreme hypocrisy:

Wax talked to Big League Politics about the insanity that is going on in New York and New Jersey. He is emboldened by the push back from anti-American Democrats, who are ripping off the veil and showing they are naked tyrants, and intends to keep up the fight.

“We did not back down against the assault on our 1st Amendment rights by New York Governor Cuomo and his goons, and we will not back down against New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and his thugs either,” said Wax, who is considering defamation suits against deranged Democrat officials who are putting his safety in danger with their unhinged rhetoric.

“We encourage other groups to stand against these petty tyrants and their exploitation of fear over a virus with a 99.9 percent recovery rate. We need widespread civil disobedience to save the Bill of Rights and Constitution,” he continued.

“If anyone has anything to answer for, it is governors Cuomo and Murphy for putting COVID patients into nursing homes and facilitating a genocide of our most vulnerable so they could consolidate power and hurt President Trump,” Wax added.

Wax is creating the blueprint for bold, principled Republican leadership that can lead the “America First” movement after President Trump finishes his second term in office.

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