READER POLL: Is Tom Wolf Doing a Good Job Managing the Coronavirus Pandemic in Pennsylvania?
We think we know where our readers stand on this question, but we’re putting it out there to get a better assessment.
The coronavirus pandemic in Pennsylvania has been going on since mid-March. That’s when Governor Tom Wolf ordered most businesses in the state to close their doors.
Is Tom Wolf Doing a Good Job Managing the Coronavirus Pandemic in Pennsylvania?
Since then, he’s ruled autocratically, often ignoring the will of the General Assembly in favor of his own decisions. And along the way, he’s lectured Pennsylvanians on good health and pushed a far-left policy as a means of addressing the pandemic. Somehow, he believes, more than doubling the minimum wage in Pennsylvania will have any impact on the virus itself, as just one example.
And let’s not forget the time he ignored his own orders to participate in a Black Lives Matter protest in the streets of Harrisburg just to show how virtuous he really is.
Wolf’s earned praise from where he seeks it most, the heads of the national Democrat Party, for his handling of the pandemic.
However, thousands of small businesses are on the brink of closing forever. Some already have. And frankly, many Pennsylvanians are tired of hearing from him and him alone during the course of the pandemic.
Canary Reader Survey
Take a second to answer our simple poll question and let us know if you think Tom Wolf is doing a good job managing the coronavirus pandemic in Pennsylvania.
Is Tom Wolf Doing a Good Job Handling the Coronavirus Pandemic in Pennsylvania?
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