Brandon Flood personally supports regulating assault weapons with magazine of 10+ rounds

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.

U.S. Congressman Conner Lamb’s office targeted with disinformation campaign

Conner Lamb voted to impeach President Trump on both charges, and his overall voting record mirrors that of Nancy Pelosi.
Lamb received an F-rating from the National Rifle Association.

TV news anchor Kyle Rogers calls ABC27 reporter the male version of a “Karen” on Twitter

Karen is a mocking slang term for an entitled, obnoxious, middle-aged white woman. (Dictionary.com)

Pennsylvania State Rep. Russ Diamond refuses to be tested, vaccinated, or traced for COVID-19

“I will not be tested, I will not be traced, and I will not be vaccinated as a prerequisite for any activity.”

Mother removed before outbreak – Tucker Carlson likens Dr. Levine’s action to insider trading scandal

Tucker Carlson said Dr. Levine’s policies turned the nursing homes into “death traps,” and the situation in Pennsylvania is one of the most shocking and offensive examples.

Pa House Speaker says Dr. Levine should have immediately announced the removal of mother from nursing home

Pennsylvania State House Speaker Mike Turzai said it should have immediately been made public when Dr. Levine removed her mother from her nursing home.
Dr. Levine’s actions have been likened to an insider trading scandal by Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

Veterans Affairs & Emergency Prep Committee resolution could end Gov. Wolf’s emergency declaration in Pennsylvania H.R. 836

The House Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee will be voting on H.R. 836 on Thursday, May 21 at 9:15 a.m.
H.R. 836 would terminate the Governor’s disaster emergency.