More And More Pennsylvania Attorneys General In Open Rebellion Against Governor, Refuse To Prosecute Open Businesses

In Coronavirus Hoax Economic Devastation, Coronavirus Hoax Tyranny, Coronavirus Legal Issues, Coronavirus Lockdown, Coronavirus Lockdown Rebellion by Darby CrashLeave a Comment

If there were real justice in the world, this governor would be as appropriately punished as one could be for putting so many people out of work and out of his business, and under house arrest for no legitimate reason whatsoever otherthan maliciously fraudulent health models. He’s a criminal of the worst order, right up there with armed robbers, murderers and rapists. And he’s created a far worse health crisis for his state than the coronavirus ever could. This is serious business, my friends, and these tyrannical governors and mayors need to be made of examples of what happens to tyrants.

Excerpted From Breitbart: An increasing number of Pennsylvania district attorneys are stating that their offices will not prosecute businesses for violating Gov. Tom Wolf’s (D) orders restricting them from reopening.

“People are being smart, wearing masks, and maintaining social distance. Using criminal sanctions would not be helpful,” Dauphin County district attorney Fran Chardo said in a Saturday press release, which indicated that prosecution would only occur in an “extraordinary circumstances.”

“The criminal law is a blunt instrument and is not ordinarily used for enforcement of a Governor’s decree,” Chardo added.

Dauphin County is one of several Pennsylvania counties that Wolf has failed to allow to move on to the next phase of reopening. It remains in the most restrictive red phase — a lockdown phase that prevents most business owners from resuming operations.

Wolf recently extended the lockdown order for counties remaining in the red phase to June 4. Only “life sustaining” businesses are permitted to operate, with a small exception for those who applied for waivers — a controversial process that has been under intense scrutiny, spurring a class action lawsuit on behalf of businesses that were rejected for reasons that remain largely unknown.

Dauphin County Board of Commissioners Chairman Jeff Haste outlined the county’s plan to defy Wolf’s order on Friday, demanding the governor to “return our state to the people (as prescribed by our Constitution) and not run it as a dictatorship.”

The decision to remain locked down “has ruined the livelihood of millions of hard-working Pennsylvanians in exchange for 0.4 percent of our population,” Haste explained, expressing sympathy for those who lost loved ones to the Chinese coronavirus while also noting “great concern for the families that now have to struggle with financial concerns, mental health stress, addiction and more because of the shutdown.”

“For centuries, our people and businesses have shown they can adapt to changes to survive and prosper,” Haste said. “They cannot, however, do a thing when a dictator and an unelected secretary place them in lockdown.”

We “stand behind our District Attorney in his decision not to prosecute any case against a business that chooses to open following the mandated guidelines as laid out in the yellow phase of reopening PA,” he added. Keep reading