Just last Friday, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order statewide requiring any businesses open to the public to REFUSE ENTRY OR SERVICE TO PEOPLE WHO REFUSE TO WEAR A FACE COVERING. This order has zero to do with science and everything to do with control. There is ample evidence that wearing a mask is useless and only causes situations like the latest one below.

Laura Ingraham just last night discussed the science on wearing a mask:

Arguments over face masks have caused injuries and even deaths of people who get into altercations over them. Just yesterday, a violent confrontation in a Michigan store turned deadly and the local Sheriff admitted there is a possibility of more violence because of the order to wear a mask.

Michigan State Police report that Sean Ruis, 43, got into a fight with a mask-wearing elderly man at the Quality Dairy in Dimondale, Michigan on Tuesday.

Ruis was refused service for not wearing a mask then stabbed the 77-year-old man before fleeing in his car. When a local Eaton County deputy tracked down the car, Ruis got out of his car brandishing two knives and a screwdriver. The deputy repeatedly told him to drop the weapons but he lunged at her and she fired about 5 rounds.

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“She backed away from him while repeatedly ordering him to drop the weapon, but he continued to advance and attack and she acted in defense of her life.” -Eaton County Sheriff’s Office Statement

Ruis died during surgery.

The 77-year-old man is in serious condition.

The Sheriff’s Office called the incident a “senseless tragedy” and indicated that there could be more incidences like this one where people feel strongly on both sides of the mask-wearing controversy.

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