HUSH MONEY? Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Pays Off Deposed Health Director Overseeing COVID Nursing Home Deaths

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently paid off a former health director who was intimately involved in crafting COVID-19 policy housing patients with elderly folks in nursing homes and causing countless deaths.

Whitmer abruptly and unexpectedly paid off former state health department director Robert Gordon a bounty of $155,506 in which he signed a non-disclosure agreement of sorts. Critics are calling this a hush money payment in a desperate attempt to protect Whitmer from a criminal probe.

Additionally, Gordon assisted in operations at the absentee ballot processing center in Detroit and helped to institute a Gestapo-style regime at the TCF Center, where observers seeking to watch ballot counting were greeted with blocked-out windows. He was instrumental in the scheme to exploit the COVID-19 scamdemic to allow suspect mail-in ballots delivered at the dead of night with no accountability to be processed without poll challengers present.

If anyone knows where Whitmer’s bodies are buried so to speak, it is Gordon. After quietly resigning in January, Gordon negotiated the large payout through his attorney, Mark Totten. He signed a four-page agreement with the state on Feb. 22.

“In response to any inquiries from prospective employers, employer will state that employee voluntarily resigned,” the agreement states.

Big League Politics has reported on the corrupt behavior of Gordon as he spread propaganda about Whitmer’s policies before being forced out of his role:

Even though a state supreme court ruling recently invalidated her emergency powers, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is refusing to give up her illicit control.

Whitmer is working through Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and having her bureaucratic henchmen do her dirty work as she attempts to sidestep the court ruling.

MDHHS Director Robert Gordon has issued a new emergency order mandating face masks in public, restricting bars and other venues, and limiting gathering sizes.

“A divided Michigan Supreme Court struck down these requirements on Friday. Our order today flows from a legal authority not at issue in Friday’s case. It is important we stay the course we’ve been on. When it comes to defeating COVID-19, we’re all in this together,” Gordon said in his announcement.

The Whitmer administration is continuing to repeat the same talking points that they have used throughout the pandemic to stupefy the masses into submission.

“When it comes to fighting COVID-19, we are all in this together. We need Michiganders everywhere to do their part by wearing masks and practicing safe physical distancing so we can keep our schools and small businesses open and protect the brave men and women serving on the front lines of this crisis,” Whitmer said.

“The epidemic order that Director Gordon issued today is an important step to protect Michiganders across the state from the spread of COVID-19. Let’s all mask up and stay safe,” she added.

They noted that noncompliance with these new orders will be considered a misdemeanor under Michigan state law, which could result in up to six months in jail. It could also result in a $200 fine as well as a civil fine of up to $1,000.

“Michigan was hit hard by COVID-19 early in the pandemic,” Gordon said. “Strict preventive measures and the cooperation of Michiganders drove those numbers down dramatically, greatly reducing the loss of life. As we head into flu season, this order is necessary to protect vulnerable individuals, ensure the health care system can provide care for all health issues, keep schools open, and maintain economic recovery.”

Gordon received a great deal of money to stay quiet, but the criminal actions of the Whitmer administration cannot be ignored. Michigan Republicans are finally starting to take notice after months of relative silence.

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