Do you hear that?
It’s the subtle sound of a house of cards about to fall down, and Democrats are terrified. The entire state security apparatus is terrified if we are going to be honest here.
Pennsylvania looks like it’s poised to become the next state to go ahead with an audit.
I say it’s long overdue, but better late than never!
We are all seeing the reports coming out of Arizona, but the ones coming out of Georgia are truly more revealing……I am not sure which domino will fall first, but I think that the recent news out of Georgia is definitely going to prompt more states to audit.
Here are the latest developments on a potential Pennsylvania audit:
Subpoenas Are Being Prepared In Pennsylvania For Another Audit!!https://t.co/WsfNFdq3q9
— Real Uncensored (@Squidward3424) June 19, 2021
We need a forensic audit in Georgia.
We need a forensic audit in Pennsylvania.
We need a forensic audit in Michigan.
We need a forensic audit in Wisconsin.
— Eric Greitens (@EricGreitens) June 14, 2021
“I support a forensic audit of PA’s November 2020 elections. We are now investigating the details of how to do that,” Argall said.
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) June 19, 2021
Pennsylvania Capital Star gave us some insight into the potential audit:
The Pennsylvania state Senate committee chair in charge of overseeing elections said a forensic audit was a “very real possibility” Thursday after meeting with activists Wednesday.
Senate State Government Committee Chairman Dave Argall, R-Schuylkill, told the Capital-Star that he was considering subpoenas for ballot information, but had not considered which jurisdictions would be subpoenaed yet.
“There are a lot of things under consideration right now, and I told them to check back in a week or two and we hope to have some more detail,” Argall told the Capital-Star of the meeting.
The Pennsylvania Department of State, which administers elections, already conducted a risk-limiting audit of the 2020 election, which found “strong evidence” of the vote count’s accuracy, despite baseless claims to the contrary by former President Donald Trump.
From federal judges and local elections officials to Trump’s own attorney general, multiple parties have dismissed Trump’s fraud argument.
Still, the claims have fueled opposition among thousands of Trump’s supporters, which has put pressure on Republican lawmakers.
This morning, @AliVelshi and I covered a lot of ground on important issues — the concerning demands for yet another "audit" of Pennsylvania's election results, ongoing questions about January 6, and the impact of the expanded Child Tax Credit. pic.twitter.com/0gCI4h7f2X
— Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon (@RepMGS) June 19, 2021
#AZAudit – soon – Results
Fulton County 100 batches are missing no chain of custody and SoS admits fraud of 2020 – he knew about this fraud.#Michigan Volunteers took 7,000 affidavits to the Michigan legislature to demand a forensic audit.#Pennsylvania – Petition is complet 👍 pic.twitter.com/A7iqc6Ap2T
— Karol Gajdos K7 (@KarolGajdosK7) June 17, 2021
Washington Examiner added to what Pennsylvania Capital Star had to say:
Similar to efforts in other states, GOP lawmakers in Pennsylvania are pursuing a raft of voting reforms, and Argall argued an audit of the 2020 election would only help shore up the process.
“Do I have 100% confidence … that everything was perfect? No, I’d really like us to take a detailed review of that,” Argall said. “That’s why we’re looking at changing pieces of the election legislation, and it’s also why I think it wouldn’t hurt at all to go back, do that audit, and say, ‘How exactly did that work out?'”
Republican lawmakers from several states, including Pennsylvania, have made the pilgrimage to Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, where the Maricopa County audit is stationed, to learn more about the process. With this in mind, Trump issued a statement this month urging the Pennsylvania Legislature to follow suit with an audit of its own and warned Argall by name he risks losing his position if he doesn’t comply.