The Solari Report
October 26, 2020

Former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Catherine Austin Fitts of, interviews Katherine Henry on winning a recent court decision that took place Michigan regarding COVID-19.


Attorney Katherine Henry, who argued before the Michigan Supreme Court against Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive emergency orders regarding the coronavirus pandemic, social distancing and masks, has urged Michigan residents to “burn your masks.”

The Michigan Supreme Court ruled… that Whitmer, a Democrat, had no lawful authority to extend the state of emergency and require social distancing measures beyond April 30. Henry, who founded the Restore Freedom Initiative, told WJBK (Fox 2 Detroit) that this meant the executive orders were overturned as of Friday afternoon.

“That means burn your masks right now if you didn’t already. Open your gym and movie theater and open whatever business you have,” Henry said. “Go on and frequent whatever business you would like to go to, if you have a church that’s limited your services because of how you’re reading the EOs, forget that. All of those executive orders, based on COVID-19 circumstances, from 2020, they’re out, they’re gone, they’re done.”

Constitutional Attorney Katherine Henry focuses on educating the public on the law & the Constitution, empowering individuals to actively participate in the government process, educating government officials on legal & constitutional issues, fighting for freedom & defending the Constitution, and giving the people a voice in it all. Katherine Henry is the owner/senior attorney of Katherine Henry PC and the founder of RFI. Restore Freedom Initiative (RFI) is a proposal to amend our State Constitution to: reign back in government power; prevent future abuses of power by the governor, legislature & courts (in emergency or not); and restore Michigan to a government of the people, by the people, and for the people.