Watch: Pennsylvania Health Official Crumbles When Asked About Floyd Protestors & The Governor Calling Business Owners Cowards

It was not a good day for Pennslyvania’s head health official Dr. Rachel Levine, who is transgender.

During a press conference, Levine crumbled like a cookie when she was asked about Governor Tom Wolf’s comments calling business owners that wanted to reopen “cowards” and the size and scope of the black lives matter protests.

She actually admitted the Wolf administration will not regulate the protestors and lockdown restrictions will still be enforced. Most of Pennsylvania’s have been under a stay at home order since mid-March and the southeastern section of the state moved to the yellow phase today.

So you can’t go to church and you can’t open your own business but feel free to hang out in a large crowd.

Keep in mind this is the same health official that moved her mother out of a nursing home before the pandemic hit. Over 80% of the deaths from the coronavirus in Pennslyvania occurred in nursing homes. This is also the same administration that called business owners “cowardly” for wanting to open their businesses.

ABC27 reports:

Governor Tom Wolf responded to the politicians planning to defy his stay at home order.

He called the move a “cowardly act” and reminded politicians they are putting people’s lives at risk.

In recent days, state politicians and elected officials from various counties sent letters to the governor notifying him of their plans to move from the red phase to the yellow in Wolf’s reopening plan on May 15.

According to the governor, counties that do not follow the stay at home order will not get funding since they are “putting all of us at risk and operating illegally.”

He says non-compliant counties will not qualify for federal stimulus discretionary funds.

“To those politicians who decide to cave into this coronavirus, they need to realize the consequences of their cowardly act. The funding we have put aside to help with fighting this crisis will go to the folks who are doing their part. And that includes our cares act founding that will be used to support counties that are following the orders to prevent the spread,” said Wolf.

Wolf told business owners that these politicians are putting their businesses at risk of losing their health department certificate, liquor license, and certificate of occupancy.

“To the politicians urging businesses to risk their lives and to risk the lives of their customers or their employees by opening prematurely, they need to understand that they are engaging in behavior that is selfish and unsafe.

Feel free though to march in a large group but don’t you dare go to church.

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