Hundreds of Michiganders lined up for 25 stylists at Lansing’s Operation Haircut, risking coronavirus infection for a free trim and a chance to protest Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s protections.
Michigan's next protest will have a handful of defiant residents armed with scissors and hair clippers, ignoring social distancing protections to the extreme.
Good luck getting the image of Pikachu with an assault rifle out of your head, ever.
Michigan United for Liberty is setting its sights on Lansing for a third high-profile protest since mid-April. And this time, it’s “Judgment Day” apparently.
Increasingly chaotic protests in Lansing and around the country seem to be careening toward violence. This frenzy is fueled by racism and white supremacy.
Protesters will break social distancing again in Lansing this Thursday, despite relaxed protections. What they want is a total end to coronavirus response.
Michigan reached 2,700 deaths from the coronavirus, including 95 deaths from earlier in the pandemic discovered Tuesday. How will a new spike in cases and deaths change the path to recovery?