Flint Mayor Karen Weaver said she is not currently planning to sue the state of Michigan over her city’s water crisis, but she did file a “notice of intention” to do so. The announcement riled the Snyder administration and Republican lawmakers. Mayor Weaver said Friday the filing was necessary to preserve the city’s right to sue the state in the future. “It is my expectation that we can continue working with the state to help Flint recover from this water crisis,” Mayor Weaversaid in a statement. “I called Governor Snyder today to re-affirm our commitment to work together for the benefit of the families of Flint.” Oh look at this the people who we know are guilty of his crisis are now playing the role of victim. "SMH" Smack my head right...? Last I checked water filtration plants in cities were ran by the cities and not the state. It's not called the Michigan Water plant in Flint, because guess what the name in front of the cities water provider is Flint. This is the game that Democrat leadership in cities tend to play, when there is a crisis at hand. When everyone knows that they are the guilty party, they tend to look for someone to lay the blame on. State governments are only responsible for running state law. Sounds like the city of Flint forgot who runs their utilities. Instead of fixing a problem right away, dragging out this horrible situation to place the blame on someone seems to be the proper more important thing to do when your a Democrat these days. Dear residents of Flint you need to move out before this problem gets beyond repair.
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