Why “nothing changes”: The rogue PA Supreme Court is the most detestable court in the land. The Democrat majority doesn’t even pretend to sit as justices. Mark Levin
Sep 29, 2020 – Governor Tom Wolf and Representative Wendy Ulman of Pennsylvania (D-Bad People) were caught on a hot mic giggling about the “political theater” they were about to partake in at a press conference. Wolf is heard telling Ulman he’s going to take off his mask to speak while Ulman responds that she’s going to keep hers on for the cameras to make sure people see her in it. “I’m waiting so we can do a little political theater,” she says, laughing. “So it’s on camera!”
BLM Supporter Wolf Shamelessly Uses Blue Lives To Threaten Pennsylvanians “Masks are required to be worn in all public spaces. Law enforcement officials are able to cite Pennsylvanians who aren’t wearing a mask in public.” BLM Advocate Tom Wolf
Pennsylvania Republicans were quick to cheer a new Commonwealth Court ruling Tuesday that would end the Wolf administration’s school mask mandate on Dec. 4.
But Gov. Tom Wolf’s office said late Wednesday that “nothing changes.”
His office has appealed to the state Supreme Court, which has a Democratic majority and has largely sided with the Democratic governor throughout the pandemic.
Wolf announced weeks ago the school mask mandate would be lifted on Jan. 17, and it would then be up to districts to decide whether to continue to require masks in schools.
In the meantime, the legal case by those seeking to lift the mask mandate sooner continues. The Commonwealth Court on Tuesday afternoon said it would lift the stay Dec. 4 and end the mask mandate.
Wolf’s administration could then implement a new requirement, according to Commonwealth Court.
The mask requirement was first struck down last week by the Commonwealth Court, when it ruled in favor of Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Centre, and other parents who said acting Pennsylvania Health Secretary Alison Beam overstepped her authority in issuing the order that began Sept. 7.
The Wolf administration immediately appealed to the Supreme Court, which put a stay on the order and kept the mask mandate in place.
Nov 16, 2021. 3:15 PM. HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday said an order that requires masks inside K-12 schools and child care facilities to contain the coronavirus must expire Dec. 4 …