Wednesday, December 30, 2020

The Fox Has Investigated The Affair At The Michigan Henhouse, And Announced Nothing Untoward Had Occured

Surprising no one, our Democrat AG Nessel has "investigated" the act of our Democrat Governor in having one of her Democrat campaign contributors and part of her reelection apparatus given a no-bid contract for contact tracing earlier this year and has announced nothing criminal had occurred.  This, even after the governor was caught lying about having any knowledge of the contract.

The Detroit News: Nessel's office finds no evidence of criminal conduct in contact-tracing controversy

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said her office found "no evidence of criminal conduct" after investigating a state contract for tracking the spread of COVID-19 that involved a Democratic political consultant.

Nessel released a 29-page report Wednesday on her staff's inquiry into the agreement with Great Lakes Community Engagement, which is tied to Democratic consultant Michael Kolehouse.

However, the report noted that the Attorney General's Office was unable to interview three "critical individuals," including a central figure in the arrangement, Andrea Taverna, the Department of Health and Human Services' senior adviser on opioid strategy.

Taverna was in charge of developing the contact tracing program. Also, Lynn Sutfin, spokeswoman for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and Sarah Lyon-Callo, the state's top epidemiologist, didn't agree to interviews, according to the report.

Rather interesting how "critical individuals" can avoid being interviewed regarding their conduct, thereby forestalling the investigation. Why, it's almost as if the investigators don't really want to interview them at all. That must be nice, and rather convenient, too.

1 comment:

MrGarabaldi said...

Hey Aaron;

Shocked I tell you Shocked.....Must be Nice to be a democrat....your boorish behavior is excused, and of course the lapdog media will cover for them because they have (D) behind their names.