The Wheels of Justice Spin in Pennsylvania

A federal judge denied Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s motion to stay a week after determining that the state’s coronavirus restrictions were unconstitutional…

Yee haw!

The state has been enforcing a gathering limit of more than 25 people for events held indoors and 250 people for those held outside, although [Secretary of Health Rachel (sic for Ralph: this varmint is not only hopelessly confused as to his sex but should also demand a refund from whatever quack castrated him. The “change” obviously didn’t take, judging by his photo

Speaking of which, let me ask why the long-suffering serfs of Pennsylvania should heed medical advice from a crank who denies basic biology and the ol’ X/Y chromosomes)] Levine was criticized by state lawmakers when it was revealed in August that the health secretary had made a secret deal to allow a car show to open for a multi-day event that attracted 20,000 people per day. The state also required “non-essential” businesses to shut down for several weeks.

That “secret deal” is only the beginning of Ralph’s “OK-for-me-but-not-for-thee” duplicity. He also busted his mother out of a nursing home after those institutions

and long-term facilities were ordered to accept coronavirus patients from hospitals.

Despite concerns that the elderly population was vulnerable to the virus, Levine ordered nursing homes to continue admitting new patients and re-admitting current patients from the hospital. 

Naturally, Pennsylvania’s sore, tyrannical losers

said they would appeal the ruling … [Pennsylvania’s Attorney General] argued that Stickman’s ruling “does not consider the manner in which COVID-19 is spread or the rationale for adopting the congregate limits.”

Ha! Neither does Ralph.

Thanks to Bill Martin for the encouraging news that the judge is sticking to his original, decidedly correct decision. I hope but doubt many more benches will follow his lead.

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9:38 am on September 23, 2020