Pennsylvania

The Consequences of PA Governor Wolf's Abuse of Police Powers During and After COVID: Analysis

The Consequences of PA Governor Wolf’s Abuse of Police Powers During and After COVID: Analysis

The government may claim that they saved the nation from COVID-19. What they did, however, was sacrifice small businesses and violate our Constitutional freedoms all in the name of this pandemic. Elected officials, both Democrats and Republicans, skipped the legislative process to implement some of the most draconian measures our nation has ever witnessed. It …

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Tom Wolf

Amistad Project: PA Governor Wolf’s Unconstitutional Abuse Of Police Powers Challenged In Third Circuit Court

PHILADELPHIA, July 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In a dramatic Third Circuit Court hearing in which Governor Wolf defended his use of police powers to strip Pennsylvanians’ constitutional rights, the plaintiff’s attorneys argued strongly in a case that they won previously at the federal district court level. The case, County of Butler, et al v. Thomas W. Wolf, et al., was filed last year …

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Tom King

Amistad Attorney Tom King Re-Elected General Counsel to Sheriffs’ Association For 22nd Year in a Row

Thomas W. King, III, Special Counsel to the Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project, an election integrity watchdog, has been re-elected general counsel to the Pennsylvania Sheriffs’ Association for a historic and consecutive 22nd year. Representing over 67 county sheriff’s offices, the Pennsylvania Sheriffs’ Association, has advocated and provided services for all sheriff members. The Association …

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Tom Wolf

‘Pennsylvania Department of State Tells Counties Not to Allow Outside Access to Voting Systems’

‘The Pennsylvania agency in charge of elections has issued a new directive telling counties not to let outside parties access electronic voting systems or components of such systems, such as tabulators and ballot printers. The directive from the Pennsylvania Department of State, released on July 9, says that county boards of elections ‘shall not’ provide any access …

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Senator Manchin Breaks Rank With Democrats on Radical HR1 Election Bill

Democratic strategist linked to early push on controversial election grants

An email introducing a Delaware County councilwoman to the idea of election grants from a nonprofit also cc’d a political strategist whose online bio boasts that he led “the soft-side effort to win the swing state [Pennsylvania] in 2020” for Democrats and their causes. Read more… Democratic strategist linked to early push on controversial election grants   …

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Senator Manchin Breaks Rank With Democrats on Radical HR1 Election Bill

House GOP want to make it ‘easy to vote but hard to cheat.’ What election laws may change in PA

The Pennsylvania primaries are next week, but Republicans have their eyes on 2022. House Republicans this week unveiled a 99-page report on the 2020 general election and plan to overhaul state election laws before the next general election of major consequence in Pennsylvania. Read more….. https://www.goerie.com/story/news/2021/05/13/pennsylvania-voting-reforms-election/5054987001/  

Unconstitutional Executive Overreach: Amistad Project’s Case Moving Forward in Pennsylvania

Unconstitutional Executive Overreach: Amistad Project’s Case Moving Forward in Pennsylvania

From the beginning, Phill Kline’s Amistad Project has been on the frontlines defending personal liberties against unconstitutional executive overreach. One case moving forward is the Butler v. PA filing regarding a March 19, 2020 executive order that required all businesses that Governor Wolf defined as not “life-sustaining” to shut down aka the Business Shutdown Order. …

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