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    Trump Demands ‘Freedom’ for Pennsylvania Citizens Struggling with Coronavirus Lockdown

    President Donald Trump on Monday criticized Pennsylvania Democrats for ongoing coronavirus lockdowns in the state.

    “The great people of Pennsylvania want their freedom now, and they are fully aware of what that entails,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

    The president commented on the Pennsylvania lockdowns as several counties are planning to reopen, in defiance of Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf’s restrictions.

    Wolf announced last Thursday the state lockdowns would continue until June 4, with some counties to begin reopening on May 15.

    Trump accused Democrats of letting political motivations keep their states locked down.

    “The Democrats are moving slowly, all over the USA, for political purposes,” he wrote. “They would wait until November 3rd if it were up to them. Don’t play politics. Be safe, move quickly!”

    The president met with Pennsylvania Republicans at the White House on Friday who complained about Wolf’s “draconian” lockdowns.

    More at: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...irus-lockdown/
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    Citizens of the entire country that are struggling should have their freedom back.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    President Donald Trump on Monday criticized Pennsylvania Democrats for ongoing coronavirus lockdowns in the state.

    “The great people of Pennsylvania want their freedom now, and they are fully aware of what that entails,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

    The president commented on the Pennsylvania lockdowns as several counties are planning to reopen, in defiance of Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf’s restrictions.

    Wolf announced last Thursday the state lockdowns would continue until June 4, with some counties to begin reopening on May 15.

    Trump accused Democrats of letting political motivations keep their states locked down.

    “The Democrats are moving slowly, all over the USA, for political purposes,” he wrote. “They would wait until November 3rd if it were up to them. Don’t play politics. Be safe, move quickly!”

    The president met with Pennsylvania Republicans at the White House on Friday who complained about Wolf’s “draconian” lockdowns.

    More at: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...irus-lockdown/

    Fact: 100% of people in favor of a lockdown have jobs or receive benefits.

    Fact: 100% of those same people if they lost their job would flip flop and be against a lockdown.

    Conclusion: 100% of the people who favor a lockdown are hypocrites.



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