Republicans strike back…..

State Rep. Metcalfe, 24 co-sponsors call for impeachment of Gov. Wolf

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — State Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) and 24 co-sponsors introduced House Resolution 915, Tuesday afternoon, calling for the impeachment of Gov. Tom Wolf.

They say Wolf should be impeached for misbehavior in office. Metcalfe filed five Articles of Impeachment that can be viewed here.

Metcalfe also issued the following statement:

“While these are certainly unprecedented and chaotic times, Gov. Tom Wolf must be held accountable for his actions that have harmed so many of our citizens and violated so many of our rights.”

“Wolf’s unconstitutional dictates and Orwellian overreach into our lives and the marketplace has caused immeasurable harm and hardship for far more Pennsylvanians than the virus!”

We must not and cannot ignore the more than 3,000 deaths in Pennsylvania’s nursing homes and long-term care facilities that are directly linked to Wolf’s and his secretary’s unconscionable orders to admit infected COVID-19 patients.

“We cannot and should not dismiss the social and economic impacts of more than 2 million citizens being forced to file for unemployment; countless families unable to put food on their tables; infringements on free speech, peaceful assembly and private property rights; increasing suicide rates; and the growing list of job-creating businesses that will never recover from the governor’s arbitrary, non-transparent and extreme stay-at-home and business shutdown orders.”

“Pennsylvania citizens deserve and demand far better than a petulant socialist dictator with a well-documented history of unconstitutional and unlawful misbehavior cowardly occupying the governor’s office. No individual or regime is above the law. The time for Wolf’s impeachment is now!”

Personal Comment; Demon-crats, take note, that is the way it’s done, not falsified junk, the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. It don’t bother me a bit that the Gov. is a Demon-crat and he should get what he just deserves. Personally I would like to see him behind bars and I believe a lot other people feel the same way.

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Author: Gerry_D

I'm from Pensyltucky.

6 thoughts on “Republicans strike back…..”

  1. Impeach him, legitimately find him guilty on all counts, bar him from public service for life, IRS check.  Throw him to the mob.  No police intervention. Let guillotine blades fall where the may.

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  2. Metcalfe’s a good guy.

    Does it helps matters for PA residents to write emails to reps to say we are in favor of this? I don’t know how impeachment for a governor proceeds. If it makes a difference to write, I’ll urge my friends & online groups I’m in to do so.

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  3. Pencilvania:
    Metcalfe’s a good guy.

    Does it helps matters for PA residents to write emails to reps to say we are in favor of this? I don’t know how impeachment for a governor proceeds. If it makes a difference to write, I’ll urge my friends & online groups I’m in to do so.

    I have no idea on how that works. Pretty much his goose is cooked. But anyone can say that about POTUS as well. The problem is the gov did not pick competent people to do his bidding or to advise him. His mistake.

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  4. Pencilvania:
    Metcalfe’s a good guy.

    Does it helps matters for PA residents to write emails to reps to say we are in favor of this? I don’t know how impeachment for a governor proceeds. If it makes a difference to write, I’ll urge my friends & online groups I’m in to do so.

    Letters always help.  If your representative is inclined to vote for impeachment, then a bundle of pro-impeachment letters will cement his resolve.  If he is waffling, you might make the difference.  If he opposes impeachment and is a Republican, he may find a bundle of pro-impeach letters give him reasons to look for a good excuse to be out of town when it comes to a vote.  If he is a Democrat in a safe-Democrat district, then the cause is lost.  But if he is a Democrat who could face a close race, he might also start looking for excuses.

    Write to your State Senator.  Write to your State Representative.  Write your congressman, too, although he is probably not going to have a role to play.

    Don’t use any insults or vulgar language.  If possible, include the number/name of the bill in your caption.

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