Saturday, October 5, 2019

Meet William Isaac "Fat Ass" Robinson

Sherry *The Sleuth* Gay Dagnogo & her handler,
William Isaac *Fat Ass* Robinson

Meet Fa' Tass, the fancy way of pronouncing his real name: Fat Ass.

You might know him as William Isaac Robinson, State Representative, but I traditionally call him Fat Ass.

By naming him Fat Ass, with him being an illegitimately elected public official and all, I might get attacked in the court of public opinion for my Post Traumatic Fraud Disorder.

I shall be dismissed, as always, as the crazy lady.

So, when that happens, I will just have to bear witness, and testify to the heavens when they fall in Detroit, to speak the truth, that he is a Fat Ass.

I do not lie, but Fat Ass does because this is what I see here is:

  1. Hamtramck;
  2. Medicaid Fraud in Child Welfare, 
  3. Absentee Ballot Fraud, 
  4. Qatar,
  5. United Arab Emeritus,
  6. Election Fraud, 
  7. Campaign Fraud,
  8. Treason;
  9. Ukraine; and,
  10.  His #MeToo Boo Boo, Elisa Grubbs, who will have an attorney when the trial starts in January.

Fat Ass, who normally presents himself as a "Legal Genius" (trademark pending), was really mean to my Sweetie.

He also did really mean things in the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, too.




Counselors rally in Detroit for right to diagnose patients

DETROIT (FOX 2) - Mental health professionals are asking for the state department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to reconsider a plan that would revoke their privileges to diagnose and conditions for their patients.

Hundreds of counselors gathered at the state capital on Friday. There were so many people there, some couldn't even get inside to get their voices heard at a hearing before state lawmakers. They said the proposed changes could cost them their jobs, patients, and much more.

Rally for licensed counselors in wake of new law
Mental health professionals are asking for the state department of Licensing And Regulatory Affairs to reconsider a plan that would revoke their ability to diagnose and conditions for their patients.

"I can only imagine how my clients will feel or what they might do," said one counselor.

"Many would struggle if they had to start with someone new," another counselor said. "The concept is terrifying."

It's all related to changes LARA is set to make that would limit what licensed professional counselors can do for their patients. The new licensing would not allow them to diagnose conditions or get reimbursed by insurance companies.

It's estimated 10,000 counselors and anywhere from 150,000 to 200,000 clients could be impacted.

"Today we have a crisis - we already have a shortage - we have waitlists - there are people who feel like they can't find a provider, they have these long waits before they can get help - imagine if all of these people are not in their offices,” said another counselor.

The fear is being felt across the state and at Wayne State University Friday where many professors and their students studying to become Licensed Professional Counselors are rallying to save their degrees and their jobs. They are hopeful a House bill would stop LARA's planned actions.

Fat Ass & His Partner in Crime, in D.C.
"House bill 4325 will etch in stone the vital work that (Licensed Professional Counselors) do in Michigan - right now LARA has some foolish proposals that would decimate a profession," said state representative Isaac Robinson (D-Hamtramck).

Robinson is one of many lawmakers supporting the counselors who work in schools, hospitals, and just about anywhere mental health services are needed.

"This attack on this profession will affect non-profits, it will affect our local economy, it will affect universities," Robinson said.

For two weeks, FOX 2 has asked LARA why they're making this change. They have not yet answered and we're waiting for a comment from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

"We're going to make sure Governor Whitmer understands this issue - because we're going to pass this bill through the House - we have bi-partisan support," Robinson said.

House Bill 4325 would preserve the services LPCs can offer, but it's not clear that will pass before LARA's new rules - take effect.



Counselors fear new license rules will impact mental health care

GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) --Friday mental health counselors from across the state will be in Lansing, fighting for their right to keep seeing patients.

Child Family Services in Traverse City have six licensed professional counselors that serve more than 150 clients, but with proposed changes through the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs that could change.

One of the most detrimental proposed changes, according to counselors removes the ability for LPC’S to diagnose patients, which insurance companies require for billing.

"Our clients would lose their therapists immediately once LARA confirms the changes and makes the final approvals, that would result in our therapists having to abandoned their clients which is obviously against our ethics and not appropriate,” said Allison \Wilson an LPC with Child & Family Services. “There's not enough other mental health professionals in this area to even absorb the number of clients and the same with statewide."

According to the President of the Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association, if the LARA rule changes are approved, Michigan could lose about 30% of its community mental health system
MMHCA | Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association

There is a possible solution. House Bill 4325 is making its way through the legislature and would allow counselors to continue making diagnoses.

If that bill passes, it would override the licensing rules for counselors.

A public hearing on the new licensing rules for counselors will be held Friday at the G. Mennen Williams building at 525 W. Ottawa St. in downtown Lansing starting at 9 a.m.

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