BREAKING: Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Orders Separation of Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballots That Arrived After Election Day
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has ordered Pennsylvania election officials to separate mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day, according to CBS Philadelphia.
The order came in Friday night and affirms what the state’s chief election official had previously ordered. It is also worth noting that Alito ordered this himself, not the entire body of the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has ordered county elections officials in Pennsylvania to keep separate mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day. The state’s top elections official already had ordered those ballots be kept apart.https://t.co/J93XQUfI6l
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As of 8:45 ET Friday night, Joe Biden has pulled ahead of Donald Trump in Pennsylvania by approximately 23,000 votes.
Big League Politics has covered the ongoing chaos in Pennsylvania. We have documented several stories and videos of alleged voter fraud happening in the commonwealth. We have also reported on the unnamed USPS official who allegedly wishes to testify under oath about the backdating of mail-in ballots.