Poor Tom was born rich, White and privileged. Living in today’s world, consumed with self-loathing he endlessly searches for atonement. Tom lacks the life experiences of the common man to have learned that slandering others will never make you more righteous. Poor Tom.
It’s easy for Wolf to blame police for the ills of the black community. That’s become something of a sport among Democrats, with Joe Biden taking the occasion last week of National Police Week and Law Officer’s Memorial Day to slam police officers as being racist mercenaries intent on destroying the black race. Not in so many words, of course but the point was made…and taken by police officers across the country.
Former Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health Rachel Levine, who used to be a guy famously removed her/his mother from a nursing home and into a private facility just prior to COVID-positive patients being placed in nursing homes. Levine was rewarded for that by receiving an appointment in the Biden administration. Guess crime pays.
Wolf’s statement is just another in a long line of pandering Democrats throwing police under the bus to perpetuate the false narrative of police shooting unarmed black men indiscriminately, despite clear and overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
When speaking of unnecessary deaths, especially caused by incompetence, Wolf should look in the mirror. According to CBS Philly, nursing home deaths from COVID-19 in Pennsylvania accounted for over 65% of the total deaths. Just as New York did, Pennsylvania put COVID-positive patients into nursing homes and long-term care facilities.
Tom Wolf was born rich and raised in Mt. Wolf (95.14% of the population is White) which was named after his ancestor. “Tom Wolf spent his first 30 years trying to escape Mount Wolf and the life his ancestors had set out for him.”
Now well into adulthood still trying to find his way, Wolf slanders law enforcement by repeating outright lies and leads BLM protests against the police in an attempt to assuage his insecurities and self-loathing for being born White, rich, Ivy League Educated and raised in a borough that lacked any diversity.
But Tom is still White, still rich and still has nothing in common with BLM except as a useful tool.
Tom has no empathy for the family’s of murder victims. More concerned with his personal guilt of being born rich, White and privileged, Tom refuses to enforce Pennsylvania’s death penalty law so he can feel better about himself.
When Tom is no longer governor, the Borough of Mt. Wolf will still have no low income housing, the demographics will not have changed and Tom will no longer be participating in BLM protests.