Right now, the focus of the American people is firmly on the presidential race, and the widespread voter fraud in favor of Joe Biden.
While this has been going on, Republicans have quietly mopped up Democrats in several House races.
Do not let any of this distract you from the fact that Democrats are still attempting to steal some of those seats.
Last week, Republican Claudia Tenney had a 7-point lead in the NY-22 House race over Democrat incumbent Anthony Brindisi, before 55 more uncounted ballots were found.
Now, as Tenney maintains a 12-point lead, officials just found 12 more uncounted ballots in a desk drawer in Chenango County.
Fox News has more on yet another attempted coup by the Democrats:
New York State Supreme Court Justice Scott DelConte said Monday that officials have discovered additional uncounted ballots amid an ongoing legal dispute related to the outcome of the race in New York’s 22nd congressional district.
The disclosure came during a hearing to determine next steps in the effort to declare a winner in the race between the incumbent Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi and Republican opponent Claudia Tenney. Unofficial results show Tenney with a lead of just 12 votes in the race.
In a hearing Monday to determine how to proceed with the certification process, DelConte noted that 12 uncounted ballots were found in a drawer in rural Chenango County last week, the Observer-Dispatch reported. Last week, officials discovered another 55 uncounted ballots in the same county. Of those 55 votes, 11 were cast by unregistered voters.
Observer-Dispatch has more on this unfolding story:
Additional misplaced votes and a case of COVID-19 were among the latest developments in the race for New York’s 22nd Congressional District.
State Supreme Court Justice Scott DelConte has yet to file a ruling, but the case was once again heard in a virtual Oswego County Supreme Court. The proceedings were conducted entirely via videoconference, after prior hearings mixed in-person and remote appearances.
Attorneys for the candidates, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-Utica, and Republican challenger Claudia Tenney, answered questions from DelConte during the hourlong hearing. The legal teams from both campaigns previously submitted motions, which were scrutinized by DelConte.
In motions filed last week, Tenney’s legal team argued to certify the election results as they stand — giving the former congresswoman back her seat by just 12 votes. An unofficial final tally compiled Nov. 30 would be the basis for the certification, which Tenney led 155,492 votes to 155,480.
Brindisi’s legal team instead proposed a targeted audit to correct certain issues with how boards of elections in the congressional district’s counties — Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Madison, Oneida, Oswego and Tioga — handled ballots.
What an absolute mess.
Democrats get the benefit of the doubt on every claim they make, yet Republicans are dismissed as conspiracy theorists even when there is merit to their claims.