“My husband and I came here yesterday to enjoy the weekend of the Fourth of July, and there is an atmosphere here of, I don’t know what to call it,”
“We were asked to leave the Gettysburg Welcome Center because we refused to wear a face mask,” Keller continued. “This is not the law in Pennsylvania, nor yet in Ohio where I’m from, and it is an unconstitutional idea that our leaders have come up with.”
In Pennsylvania, masks must be worn “whenever anyone leaves home” per Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D).
The Museum and Visitor Center is owned and operated by the Gettysburg Foundation. The Gettysburg Foundation is the non-profit philanthropic, educational organization operating in partnership with the National Park Service to preserve Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower National Historic Site, and to educate the public about their significance.
Keller previously refused to have her temperature taken at the Ohio statehouse, the Columbus Dispatch reported.
In 2018, she derided teens who took up the gun control cause after the Parkland, Florida, mass shooting.
She introduced the House version of the “heartbeat” abortion bill that bans abortion as early as six weeks into a woman’s pregnancy.