A Michigan state representative wants residents to go to restaurants and “order big” the day after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s (D-MI) latest lockdown is scheduled to end.
State Rep. John Damoose (R) is introducing a resolution to declare January 16 “Restaurant Dine-In Day,” he told The Kyle Olson Show this week.
Whitmer’s mid-November three-week “pause” — which banned in-person dining and has been extended twice — is slated to end January 15.
“I talked to so many restaurant owners who said, ‘Okay, I guess we can open on this date and it was less than 48 hours prior to the expiration that this was extended all the day [sic] to January 15,’ and these businesses, you know what they did? They went out and stocked up, they got their workforce ready to go, and then they got the rug pulled out from them,” Damoose said.
“All the stuff they bought spoiled,