If you ever need a good laugh, check out the Twitter account of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf.
No, you won’t find it “ha-ha” funny. It’s more of a sick humor.
After you read some of his messages, you’ll wonder how long it is until he’s out of office.
Lately, he’s been spiking the football a few extra times after his side was declared the winner of the 2020 Election. If you need to see what a sore winner looks like, look no further than Tom Wolf.
And if he’s not complaining about Trump or the Republican General Assembly in Harrisburg, bragging about himself and what he believes has been a good response to the pandemic, you’ll find Wolf talking about COVID.
He’s still pushing mitigation efforts and claiming, without evidence, that they’re successful.
But then on Thursday, Wolf dropped this message on Twitter. Honestly, it’s a real whopper:
Wolf is pushing for Republicans in the state House and Senate to disperse more than $100 million in aid to Pennsylvania businesses. Because, ya know, Tom Wolf cares about Pennsylvania small businesses. He’s been so fair, and open and transparent about the COVID mitigation efforts that have trampled many small businesses since the start of the pandemic.
But that first line, though …
“I cannot act alone.”
That’s rich. Very rich.
Tom Wolf cannot act alone. He needs help.
We all know that Tom Wolf has done nothing but act alone since the start of the COVID pandemic. His unilateral decisions have tanked Pennsylvania’s economy. He’s ignored calls from the Republicans in the General Assembly to come to the table and work with them.
Wolf has continually chastised anyone who’s dared to question him since first declaring a disaster emergency. He’s vetoed nearly every bill passed in the House and Senate that’s COVID-related. It’s been his way or no way at all.
So, now he says he cannot act alone. And he’s trying to deceive Pennsylvanians by saying it’s the Republicans in the state House and Senate keeping businesses from getting aid they may ned.
Maybe if Wolf needs some help, he needs to change his tune and relinquish the grip he’s had on Pennsylvania for nearly a year.
Or, he could keep writing these delusional tweets and we’ll just keep laughing at him.