The Magical Hour 0001 Monday, May 31: “I’m comfortable… we’re doing the right thing,” Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf
Jun 4, 2020 Wolf, who threatened business owners who signaled they would move to reopen their businesses outside of his guidelines, marched with protesters in Harrisburg on Wednesday, seemingly unbothered by the stark violations to his own orders.
Gov. Tom Wolf (D)… defended his decision to violate social distancing guidelines — and his state’s own orders — by attending a Black Lives Matter protest in Harrisburg but admitted that it was “inconsistent” for him to do so, particularly after threatening business owners.
Gov. Tom Wolf says he took a “real gamble” marching… with people protesting the death of George Floyd, but thinks the cause was worth the risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PennLive.com on MSN.com|20 hours ago Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said Wednesday that he won’t lift the COVID-19 restrictions until Memorial Day, despite requests to do so earlier. Earlier this month, Wolf said the state’s COVID-19 restrictions on businesses and gatherings would end on Memorial Day,
WFMZ-TV|6 days ago – The Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association says restrictions should be lifted May 28, rather than May 31, to help struggling businesses survive.
“It turns out that the biggest day for drinking is the Wednesday before Thanksgiving,” cried Wolf. He added, “When people get together in that situation, it leads to an increase in the exchange of fluids. That leads to an increase in infection.”
So it’s not enough for Gov. Wolf to impose indoor — and outdoor — mask mandates on the citizens of his state, nor to limit Thanksgiving Day gatherings to no more than a handful of people from a single household. Wolf now wants to dictate when, where, and if people can “exchange fluids.”
The ban on alcohol sales on the busiest night of the year will be devastating to the small, independent bars, brewpubs, and restaurants that are already hurting due to COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns.