Protesters gathered to petition the home of Gov. Tom Wolf while security observed the crowd during a Fair Districts PA rally in Mount Wolf, Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Open PA March to take place on May 2, 2020 at Tom Wolf’s house in Mt. Wolf, PA
MOUNT WOLF, Pa. (WPMG) – Picketers will line Front Street in front of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s house on Saturday, May 2nd for a peaceful protest.
Rally protesters demand that Wolf reopen Pennsylvania following the COVID-19 pandemic that has shut down most businesses in Pennsylvania.
The event is planned to occur on Saturday, May 2nd, at noon. The event will take place at Wolf’s residence, located at 25 Front Street in Mount Wolf, PA.
Gov. Tom Wolf has been criticized for requiring face masks, in addition to splitting businesses between “essential” and “non-essential.” A large social media post was published when Tom Wolf decided dentists were non-essential, yet the private family-owned Wolf cabinet company was granted an “essential business” waiver by the Wolf administration.
On Monday, April 20th, thousands of protesters gathered at the state capitol building to protest the Wolf administration and their “political overreach” on the residents of the Commonwealth.
Since the last protest, construction crews have been “allowed” to resume work on May 1st.
In addition, coroners and medical examiners have since come forward stating the Wolf administration has been faking the COVID-19 death totals. Over 300 deaths were since removed from the Department of Health website as it was proven the administration has fraudulently inflated COVID-19 death numbers.
The current “R-nought” value for COVID-19 is listed at 1.06 – which is far less than the 2009 H1N1 crisis. “R-nought” is a medical term to determine roughly how many people an infected patient could infect someone else. Measles “R-nought” is 12 to 18, and Ebola is 2. COVID-19 has been listed at 1.06 where as the H1N1 influenza was listed at an average of 1.46
Up to 65% of all healthcare workers in Pennsylvania have either been furloughed, forced into paid time-off, or had their hours significantly reduced as a result of a lower census count.
One of The Valley’s local township supervisors went to to Mt. Wolf this weekend to see Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf. Billy Allred went to the governor’s residence to complain about the waiver process, the partial shutdown under in Pennsylvania and the lack of communication.