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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    Quote Originally Posted by PHLJJS View Post
    Good question. The term "non-essential" appears to be somewhat left to interpretation. During the news conference Wolf also said “We’re not sending out the State Police or National Guard to enforce this,” he said. “This is not your government mandating anything.”

    So, if he's not mandating anything and not enforcing anything, why have the news conference and issue the order?
    That just changed. Call it what you will, I call it martial law. State Police and others with law enforcement powers such as license revocation are now commanded to enforce the emergency declaration. Gun confiscations cannot be too far in the future. Governor Wolf has proven himself to be unconstrained by law in the past, and will suffer not constraints going forward. His and Shapiro's antics over the gun parts ban required active participation from the PA State Police. That organization has become a Democrat Party fiefdom and is thoroughly partisan -- a paramilitary arm of the Democrat Party and one that no citizen can trust any longer.

    From the article:

    "I had hoped for voluntary compliance so our public safety officials could focus on assisting with the crisis,” Wolf said in a video statement. “Unfortunately we have not seen full compliance. We have no time to lose.”

    Wolf said his order would be enforced by state troopers, local officials, the state Health and Agriculture departments and the Liquor Control Board. The two-term governor had previously said he would not use police for enforcement.

    Businesses that fail to comply risk citations, fines or license suspensions, and “forfeit their ability to receive any applicable disaster relief and/or may be subject to other appropriate administrative action,” Wolf’s office said in a statement.

    Criminal prosecution is also a possibility, with violators subject to fines or imprisonment, Wolf’s office said.


    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...-to-shut-down/
    Last edited by Wilderness 1864; March 20th, 2020 at 09:37 AM.

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilderness 1864 View Post
    So that it is there when he decides he wants to send out the National Guard and the State Police. I imagine there are fines and penalties that apply too. So, even if enforcement is delayed, they will get a list of all the law breakers trying to make a living and prosecute them later.
    Yet they support sanctuary cities, open borders and drivers licenses for illegals but fine honest business owners.

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    I checked the list of mandated closures to see if I will be able to get my truck inspected on time. Thankfully automotive repair shops can remain open. But I noticed that all forestry operations are being shut down! How are they going to make more Toilet paper if they can't cut down trees? Stupid rules made by city people who have no clue about how this country works.

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    Quote Originally Posted by HarmonyHermit View Post
    I checked the list of mandated closures to see if I will be able to get my truck inspected on time. Thankfully automotive repair shops can remain open. But I noticed that all forestry operations are being shut down! How are they going to make more Toilet paper if they can't cut down trees? Stupid rules made by city people who have no clue about how this country works.
    i saw the state was supposedly extending registration but i didnt see anything about inspections since my truck is due this month as well.

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    Quote Originally Posted by akley88 View Post
    i saw the state was supposedly extending registration but i didnt see anything about inspections since my truck is due this month as well.
    automotive repair are open... the question is will Harrisburg have the staff to send out stickers if a shop is running low..

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pag23 View Post
    automotive repair are open... the question is will Harrisburg have the staff to send out stickers if a shop is running low..
    No they are closed , no stickers before the 30th at least

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    So shit can really hit the fan soon. I heard national guard is coming here to PA. Should we hide our property? I don’t know what to prioritize when I get out of work !

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    I don’t understand the urgency. There’s not much going with this virus. Something is coming. Wonder if Trump is a Trojan horse... things just aren’t adding up guys.

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilderness 1864 View Post
    That just changed. Call it what you will, I call it martial law. State Police and others with law enforcement powers such as license revocation are now commanded to enforce the emergency declaration. Gun confiscations cannot be too far in the future. Governor Wolf has proven himself to be unconstrained by law in the past, and will suffer not constraints going forward. His and Shapiro's antics over the gun parts ban required active participation from the PA State Police. That organization has become a Democrat Party fiefdom and is thoroughly partisan -- a paramilitary arm of the Democrat Party and one that no citizen can trust any longer.

    From the article:

    "I had hoped for voluntary compliance so our public safety officials could focus on assisting with the crisis,” Wolf said in a video statement. “Unfortunately we have not seen full compliance. We have no time to lose.”

    Wolf said his order would be enforced by state troopers, local officials, the state Health and Agriculture departments and the Liquor Control Board. The two-term governor had previously said he would not use police for enforcement.

    Businesses that fail to comply risk citations, fines or license suspensions, and “forfeit their ability to receive any applicable disaster relief and/or may be subject to other appropriate administrative action,” Wolf’s office said in a statement.

    Criminal prosecution is also a possibility, with violators subject to fines or imprisonment, Wolf’s office said.


    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...-to-shut-down/
    ​Masks are being used to promote fear in order to demonstrate control.

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    Default Re: PA COVID-19 Restrictions- PICS to shutdown?

    Never let a crisis go to waste.

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