Pennsylvania Democrats Governor Tom Wolf and Representative Wendy Ullman were preparing to speak at a press conference yesterday when they were caught on hot mic joking about doing “a little political theater” by ensuring they were to be filmed wearing their masks.
The Young Republican National Federation tweeted the exchange between Wolf and Ullman as they were preparing to address Pennsylvania about Obamacare, or “life-supporting health insurance”. State Senator Steve Santarsiero was also speaking at the press conference.
The most damning sign that arbitrary rules are not based in actual science is when the rule-makers do not follow their own dictates. It is becoming clear that mandates are designed to keep the population in a heightened sense of fear about a virus that has been shown to have very little effect on healthy individuals.
While Ullman was standing by the microphone, Wolf is heard saying: “So Wendy, I’m gonna take — I’m gonna take my mask off when I speak.” Wearing her mask, Ullman responded “I will as well, just, I’m waiting so that we can do a little political theater.” She then laughs, Wolf replies “OK,” and Ullman reaffirms: “So that it’s on camera.”
RAIR Foundation USA has found repeated instances of officials dismissing the mandates they impose on others. Just a few days ago, RAIR’s Amy Mek reported on the leftist mayor of Moscow, Idaho dismissing his own masking and social distancing mandates and his government arrested Christians singing hymns outside.
Tyrannical Trend: Politically-Driven, Arbitrary Mandates
Earlier this month, RAIR Foundation USA reported on another hot mic moment with Quebec Premier François Legault, who was caught with other officials staging mask photos for the public. The officials were not wearing masks, but put them on specifically for the camera. Speaking to the photographer, Legault joked, “Julie, do you have enough photos of us with our masks?” In the meantime, Legault announced earlier this month that police will be fining individuals up to $6,000 for not wearing masks.
Perhaps the most revealing indicator that coronavirus mandates are politically-driven and not based in science comes from the 1200 physicians who signed a petition claiming that protesting white supremacy is “vital to the national public health” and therefore the communist-created Black Lives Matter protests are not “risky for COVID-19 transmission.” The idiotic petition said in part: “While everyone is concerned about the risk of Covid, there are risks with just being black in this country that almost outweigh that sometimes.”
Similarly, RAIR reported on another shockingly anti-intellectual petition signed by over 1500 physcians “in support of left-wing attorneys Urooj Rahman, 31, and Colinford King Mattis, 32 who bombed a police patrol car on May 30, 2020, in New York City.”
The biggest indicator of a political agenda infecting coronavirus dictates, however, comes from the head of the Imperial College study that prompted the global lockdowns in the first place. Professor Neil Ferguson, the head of the coronavirus modeling team that influenced the decision to shut down the planet, resigned after “breaking lockdown rules to meet his married lover.”
From a March 17, 2020 article posted at the New York Times:
American officials said the [Imperal College] report, which projected up to 2.2 million deaths in the United States from such a spread, also influenced the White House to strengthen its measures to isolate members of the public.
Imperial College has advised the government on its response to previous epidemics, including SARS, avian flu and swine flu. With ties to the World Health Organization and a team of 50 scientists, led by a prominent epidemiologist, Neil Ferguson, Imperial is treated as a sort of gold standard, its mathematical models feeding directly into government policies.
Citizens across the globe are getting fed up with arbitrary coronavirus mandates based on nothing but the tyranical whims of politicians, based on fake science by partisan physicians.