Gov. Whitmer Discusses New Order For Michigan: ‘We Have Work Yet To Do’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

Gov. Whitmer Discusses New Order For Michigan: 'We Have Work Yet To Do' | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC 1

 

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer discussed the possibility of new orders for the state to carefully reopen the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak. Aired on 4/23/2020.
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Gov. Whitmer Discusses New Order For Michigan: 'We Have Work Yet To Do' | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

83 Comments on "Gov. Whitmer Discusses New Order For Michigan: ‘We Have Work Yet To Do’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC"

  1. Sorry I didn’t hear about the science behind the decision…that was the question right?

    • the science is staying home and flattening the curve. what’s there to be confused about?

    • Ab and Flab The point is there has been no objective proof that these methods have ‘saved lives’, yet she is quick to claim victory for them.

    • That’s because there is no science, only politics. Destroy the economy, destroy Trump.

    • Ab and Flab science didn’t dictate the need to ban boating, she just made that up and the foolish people thought that was wonderful. Just like Sheep.

    • Growing in Grace | May 3, 2020 at 11:44 AM | Reply

      No science in the scientific sense, nuh-uh. We’re just shaping public policy by believing unverified data without rigorous validation. To me, this is akin to unethical research. If you model it, you can believe it?

  2. “New order” is a terrible phrase to use in an article right now… Or ever really.

  3. Dr Feel good | April 24, 2020 at 7:24 AM | Reply

    We can’t measure it but we know it’s working. Now that’s science

  4. Whitmer’s New Order…. that tells me all I need to know

    (sound of shotgun racking)

  5. She reminds me of some NPC in fallout where she’s up in her tower. Entire land is nuclear fallout and she’s telling people to wait and adding restrictions on people drinking fresh water. Meanwhile she’s taking showers, feeding her dog fresh water, etc.

  6. I’ve learned that absolutely destroying our economy, and many lives, is worth it. Have another Botox injection off the backs of your tax payers.

  7. Steven Starlin | April 24, 2020 at 10:46 AM | Reply

    Didn’t even answer the question. She didn’t offer any new information…

  8. FearThe Karen's | April 24, 2020 at 11:47 AM | Reply

    Lets talk about ” dictatorships!” & how they start!

  9. “Some form of order” No seeds,no paint,no carpet,no brains

  10. She just needs to Stop being THE Soccer mom with the “Get to your room!”, “Because I said so!” mind set. Some of her “orders” are just over the top and have nothing to do with the science of this.

    • liberal slayer | April 25, 2020 at 8:33 AM | Reply

      Hey Chris Hayes you are a piece of s*** liberal hack you and Rachel maddow

    • The republican governor poisoned you the democratic governor is saving lives.

    • @robert valli The republican governor poisoned Michigan and continues to evade, along with his buddies, accountability and justice. Gov. Whitmer is being too heavy handed. A case of wrong things for the right reason and a bit of “the end justifies the means”.

    • NibiruLives | May 3, 2020 at 9:03 AM | Reply

      She is a sick kunt!!

  11. screw over millions for the sake of thousands makes good PR but no sense to real people

  12. We flattened the curve so much that nurses in Lansing and Detroit are being laid off.

  13. I used to live in MI, and thankfully I moved away. I’m praying for you.

  14. Man, I had no idea Caitlyn Jenner was Governor.
    I totally missed that.

  15. Pierre Poisson | April 24, 2020 at 6:04 PM | Reply

    her body language tells me she’s lying.

  16. The absolute only thing I want to hear from this lady is how she is going to resolve the Flint water corruption issue.

    • Nicole Carnazza | April 25, 2020 at 10:58 AM | Reply

      @James Ahern

      nope. it was a repub politician. i know of the issue. repubs steal the money. i lived in red states and counties. the worst places to live. poverty stricken and held back.

    • To those in this thread politicizing the issue: republicans and democrats have allowed and directly caused a lot of terrible things to happen in this country. Gretchen is the governor in a state where a huge community of people have been victims of what essentially amounts to an organized crime ring (corporate privatization) infiltrating the government (much like what we are experiencing at the federal level). There is no need to speculate about what happened or who’s responsible for it because it is all out there and available for anyone who wants to do their research. There is plenty that she can do. The very first and most basic thing is talking about it. She could start by talking about it on a mainstream news outlet she’s giving an interview on. She could then recommend filing charges against the people involved (Republican, Democrat and otherwise) and reopening the investigation based on the new evidence that has been discovered. I would suggest anyone who cares about people and drinking water read the new huge investigative piece released by Vice and written by Jordan Chariton and his partner Jenn Dize.

    • Also, MSNBC is no better. Their supposed to be journalists, for crying out loud. It’s such a joke, but my expectations for any of the MSM outlets are so low, I don’t even notice they don’t report news anymore. Their segments are just mindless propagandist filler between the more relevant pharmaceutical ads that pad them. I don’t make it a habit of exposing myself to any of it, but I was hoping she would say something – ANYTHING – about the Flint catastrophe.

    • albert camerato | April 25, 2020 at 10:26 PM | Reply

      Trolling,trolling,trolling, shitheads keep on trolling, trolling since they have no life.

    • Jerry Wang | May 8, 2020 at 3:37 AM | Reply

      @R W thanks for sharing this info! As a Michigander who thankfully didn’t experience the Flint water crisis, it still bothers me that it’s been ongoing and yet all but disappeared from the public eye.

  17. Demon eyes

  18. Rant Therapist | April 25, 2020 at 3:35 AM | Reply

    Came here to give a dislike and go. I’ve done my part.

  19. judith sprau | April 25, 2020 at 8:20 AM | Reply

    Do the needs of the one out weigh the needs of the many? Everyone forgets over 99% of us are NOT affected by covid 19.

  20. Thomas Larkins | April 25, 2020 at 9:23 AM | Reply

    she looks like Bruce Jenner 20 years ago, oh and besides that shes on a MSNBC so she qualifies as a perfect guest, full of crap which is equal to there reporters

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