Something smells funky in Pennsylvania
It may be the massive voter dumps which occured mysteriously overnight
It may be the Dominion voting systems which have known “glitches” that switch votes to Biden
Or it might be the smell of all those dead people, come back from the grave to cast absentee ballots for the Biden Harris camp.
Who knows though, the election in PA was by all accounts, a giant mess, so probably all three.
Lawmakers in the commonwealth feel the same way and that is why over two dozen of them are seeking to decertify election results.
Check it out:
Just The News came through with the details:
More than two dozen state legislators have submitted a resolution seeking to decertify Pennsylvania's election results, saying there is proof of "substantial irregularities and improprieties associated with mail-in balloting."
The resolution introduced late Friday by 26 House Republicans must be acted upon by end of business Monday, when the current legislative session ends. It had not been scheduled for a vote as of early Saturday.
“It is absolutely imperative that we take these steps if we are to ensure public trust in our electoral system," the lawmakers said in a press release announcing their actions. "Faith in government begins with faith in the elections which select that government. Just as Pennsylvania led the founding of our nation, Pennsylvania should also lead the way by making sure our commonwealth continues to stand as a keystone in our nation where free and fair elections are of paramount concern, no matter the final outcome of those elections."
This comes after an earlier report from Legal Insurrection
A Pennsylvania state court Judge has issued a preliminary injunction preventing Pennsylvania from taking any further steps to perfect its certification of the election, including but not limited to appointment of electors and transmission of necessary paperwork to the Electoral College, pending further court hearings and rulings. The ruling upholds an injunction from earlier in the week, and is significant because of the findings made in the Opinion released tonight.
The case has been somewhat under the radar, because it doesn’t involve claims of fraud. It appears to be a pretty straight legal argument. This is not the federal court case that has received a lot of press attention and in which the Third Circuit Court of Appeals denied relief.
The issue in this case is whether legislative expansion of absentee balloting to broad mail-in balloting violated the Pennsylvania Constitution. It’s not clear what the relief would be; the petitioners seek to preclude the Secretary of State from transmitting the certification or otherwise perfecting the electoral college selections.
It's no wonder why lawmakers in Pennsylvania are concerned with the results of the election.
Half the country or more is concerned, and rightly so.