Pennsylvania Doesn’t Have a Friend in Tom Wolf
February 20, 2021 COMMENTARY – By Nathan Benefield
In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is under renewed scrutiny for his bungled nursing home policy and a subsequent coverup to avoid a Justice Department investigation. Questionable gubernatorial leadership, though, isn’t limited to the Empire State. Just look south to Pennsylvania, where Cuomo’s Democratic colleague, Tom Wolf, faces bipartisan concerns about his pandemic-era leadership.
The very definition of a swamp creature, Anthony Stephen Fauci has been the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for 37 years and was paid $417,608 in 2019 making him the highest paid employee in the entire federal government.
Fauci says: You don’t need to wear a mask, you need to wear a mask, you need to wear two masks, you should wear goggles or eye shields, masks needed until ‘level of virus is so low it’s not a threat at all’ and stay 6 feet apart unless you are hooking up via Tinder.
March 31, 2020 – “While the science behind whether masks can prevent a person from catching the coronavirus hasn’t changed (a mask does not help a healthy person avoid infection), public guidance may be shifting.”