Judge Sides With Barber And The Michigan Governor Isn’t Happy About It

After the Democrat Governor of Michigan decided to issue a lockdown order, a 77 year-old barber Karl Manke refused to comply and kept his shop open for business.

A Michigan Attorney General responded to this grave threat by asking a judge to force Manke to close up shop.

On Thursday, the judge ruled against the state and for the barber.

According to the Washington Examiner, Shiawassee County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Stewart opted not to grant the AG’s request to force Manke’s closure, which allows Manke to keep cutting hair.

Manke’s position has resonated with opponents of the lockdown orders with many now seeing him as an example of fighting against a governor “drunk on her own power.”

“The government is not my mother,” said Manke. “I’ve been in business longer than they’ve been alive.”

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