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Subject Herr Wolf Backs Down; Tryannical Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Withdraws Lawsuit trying to shutdown Carlisle Car Show
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Original Message All it takes is a few good men (and in this case a female Judge) to do something, and the Juggernaut's house of cards will come tumbling down:

Wolf’s march with protesters becomes an issue in Pa. Health Department’s bid to shut down Carlisle car show:

"Why, she [Judge Anne E. Covey] asked, is it a health risk to have more than 250 people at a time in the outdoor car show at the 100-acre Carlisle Fairgrounds when the governor decided it was OK for him to march shoulder to shoulder with hundreds of protesters through Harrisburg two weeks ago?

Downey replied that the protests against police brutality in Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and other Pennsylvania communities involved the exercise of free speech rights.

Then why, Covey added, is it not a public health risk when people are allowed, without state interference, to flock to speedways for auto races that are attended by far more than 250 spectators?

Downey said 'the risk we are looking at right now is so significant' with the car show because the event draws tens of thousands of spectators, including people from COVID-19 'hot spots' in and outside Pennsylvania.

Covey countered that all those protesters certainly included people from virus hot spots, but the Health Department didn’t ask the courts to shut them down, even though many weren’t even wearing protective masks. 'Isn’t Philadelphia a hot spot? Isn’t Pittsburgh a hot spot?' she said."

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And now the good news: Carlisle car shows will go on, Pa. Health Department to withdraw COVID-19 lawsuit, event spokesman says [link to www.pennlive.com (secure)]
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