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Posted on 07/02/2020 7:50:48 AM PDT by ManHunter
This is an interview of Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano by Rose Soma-Tennent, a Pittsburgh radio personality and occasional stand-in for Sean Hannity. Sen. Mastriano is a retired, 30-year Army veteran (Colonel), with a Phd and four Master's Degrees. He's also an unapologetic conservative, a Christian, and will be running for governor in 2022.
Senator Mastriano is an intelligent, patriotic American who is unafraid to speak for us, but, unfortunately, one of very few who are. This is an interview everyone should see and hear because the topics affect not just Pennsylvania, but all of us.
In the even the other link doesn't work, here it is: https://www.facebook.com/GOPAllegheny/posts/10158626195064577
I’d like to see some GOP legislators sue Wolf over this.
I’m about halfway through this. Sounds like it was recorded awhile ago, before Wolf’s latest insane move on masks.
The legislature did and the PA left wing rat court struck it down.
They said that Wolfe has to have the opportunity to veto a bill submitted by the legislature. So if the legislature approves a bill that declares the Health Emergency over, Wolfe can just say, No!
We Pennsylvanians are screwed. The court has appointed a de-facto king.
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Mastriano tweeted “the fight is not over” but yeah, I don’t know what his next move is. They don’t have the votes to impeach.
Yes, it was a few days before the latest Wolf/Levine idiocy. There is an ongoing push for the families of the elderly who contracted COVID in nursing homes to file wrongful death lawsuits against Levine, Wolf and the State.
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