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Join Patriots Who Plan to Storm the Steps of the Capitol Wednesday in Harrisburg to Demand Freedom From Gov. Wolf’s Draconian Lockdown

Join Patriots Who Plan to Storm the Steps of the Capitol Wednesday in Harrisburg to Demand Freedom From Gov. Wolf’s Draconian Lockdown

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Patriotic Pennsylvanians are expected to take to the steps of the state capitol on Wednesday, July 22 at 11 a.m. to demand that Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf end his authoritarian lockdown orders.

Speakers begin at noon and will include, ReOpen PA co-founder Matthew Bellis of Lancaster County, state Sen. Doug Mastriano (R-33) and state Rep. Russ Diamond (R-Lebanon), among others.

“We are looking for 20,000 Patriots to assemble in mass at the state capital to call out the Governor and to demand to be set free from any and all restrictions and to return freedom of choice to We the People,” according to the event’s Facebook event page, Assemble for Freedom.

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“We will be peaceful but we will be heard and seen. We’ll be there as a show of force and to demonstrate that the patriotic, but fed up, citizens of Pennsylvania can quickly produce a well-regulated assembly at the front door of the capital when necessary.”

Organizers had harsh words for the governor and his transgender Secretary of Health, Rachel Levine, a political appointee and former pediatric psychiatrist with no background in public health policy.

Levine and Wolf

This protest comes just one week after Wolf petulantly announced new coronavirus regulations on businesses that mainly target bars and restaurants, citing new cases despite the increase in offsetting new tests and rapidly declining mortality rates.

Wolf was particularly upset by the fact that citizens throughout the Keystone State continue to operate in open defiance of his unlawful, unenforceable mask mandate. An order released July 15 reduced indoor dining capacity at businesses in the retail foodservice industry from the current 50 percent to just 25 percent, among other restrictions.

“Find a way to join this movement! Taking the day off is a small sacrifice for being heard,” organizers said. “We must stand united in mass and get the point across in no uncertain terms that we are done with the tyrannical overreach by our Governor and we will not comply!”

The group says responsible 2nd Amendment enthusiasts are, of course, welcome.

As in the rest of the country, life in Pennsylvania and Lancaster County has been greatly disturbed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the chaos that has resulted from the state government’s overbearing and failed attempts to handle the situation.

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