Brandon Flood advocates for black gun ownership, but also said he does support a “more rigorous process” to regulate any assault weapon that has the capability to hold a magazine of ten or more rounds. He said that he does not support a full ban on assault rifles. Flood adamantly declared this stance to be his personal opinion, not his official position as the Pa Secretary of Pardons, appointed by Lt. Governor Fetterman.
“I will not be tested, I will not be traced, and I will not be vaccinated as a prerequisite for any activity.”
State Rep. Dawn Keefer alleges that Dr. Levine & Gov. Wolf prioritized prisoners over senior citizens in Pennsylvania
Dawn Keefer criticized Governor Wolf’s lack of transparency and accountability amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Pennsylvania. She says the administration failed our senior citizens, who were denied help when it was repeatedly requested.
“Fetterman wants to take away your Second Amendment rights” – Danny DeVito blasts Governor Wolf’s administration at Harrisburg protest
DeVito highlighted the case of Fetterman detaining an innocent jogger at gunpoint as mayor of Braddock
As nursing home deaths continue to rise in Pennsylvania, Dr. Levine directed licensed long-term care facilities to continue admitting new patients, including those discharged from hospitals but unable to go home, and to readmit current patients after hospital stays.
Dr. Levine says children are “very important to me,” but provides no Spanish translation on TV broadcasts
Transgendered physician general of Pa, Dr. Levine spoke in depth about her interest in the needs of children and teenagers. However, Television broadcasts of the briefings include a split screen with sign language for the hearing impaired, but do not offer a translation for the state’s large Spanish speaking population.
Pa medical marijuana shops remain open, operating curbside pickup; State liquor stores are closed indefinitely
A line of vehicles wrapped around the block as some medical marijuana dispensaries remain open to PA’s 147,000 registered patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
The state run liquor stores however have closed indefinitely in accordance with the governor’s orders. Beer distributors remain open.