Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s MI Vacc to Normal plan is her latest scheme to continue the lockdown regime that has done little if anything to protect COVID-19 patients and keep the vulnerable safe.

Even while she keeps Michigan under severe restrictions, the case numbers dwarf other states that have refused strict measures. She is now implementing so-called “vaccine benchmarks” that are meant to coerce Michigan residents into taking the experimental Big Pharma jabs that have already been shown to result in tons of negative side-effects. 

Whitmer is using the lockdown as the stick, and the restoration of civil liberties as the carrot, to enforce her vaccine regime. She claims that in-person work can resume across the state when 55 percent of Michigan residents have been vaccinated. At 60 percent, limits on event attendance will be relaxed while the 11pm curfew for bars will be lifted. Freedom will only be returned to Michigan residents two weeks after 70 percent of people have been jabbed, per Whitmer’s new plan.

“The MI Vacc to Normal challenge outlines steps we can take to emerge from this pandemic as we hit our vaccination targets together,” Whitmer said. “On our path to vaccinating 70% of Michiganders 16 and up, we can take steps to gradually get back to normal while keeping people safe.”

Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist made it clear that the Whitmer regime is all about social control, and the administration will happily violate the rights of the citizenry to make sure as many vaccines are doled out as possible.

“What we have been observing across our state is that the thing that moves a person to choose to get vaccinated is hearing from someone they know about why it is so important, why they chose to get vaccinated,” he said. “That means that every person who has not yet chosen to get vaccinated is one conversation away from making that choice.”


Right now, there are no Michigan lawmakers who are pushing back against Whitmer’s budding vaccination regime. Their silence is a tacit admission that they support Whitmer being able to capriciously dangle liberties in front of us. This is not what the Founding Fathers intended when they designed the Bill of Rights and Constitution.

However, there is a bill that is up for consideration – House Bill 4667 – that would ban vaccine passports across the state and is supported by many Republican lawmakers. Please contact the House Oversight Committee and demand that they approve the legislation and send it to a full vote in the state legislature. Their information can be found here.