Pennsylvania Court Strikes Down Mail-in Voting Law, Democrats Plan to Appeal to Supreme Court

A Pennsylvania court has issued a ruling to strike down a mail-in voting law believed by Republicans to be overly expansive and increasing the potentiality for fraud. Democrats are planning to appeal to the state supreme court.

The court, by a 3-2 vote that fell on party lines, determined that the mail-in voting laws violate the state constitution. Democrat leaders are painting this as a measure of voter suppression.

“We need leaders to support removing more barriers to voting, not trying to silence the people,” the office of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said in a response.

President Donald Trump celebrated the ruling as a huge victory in the fight for election integrity.

“Big news out of Pennsylvania, great patriotic spirit is developing at a level that nobody thought possible. Make America Great Again!” Trump said in a statement through his Save America PAC.

Big League Politics has reported on the immense fraud operation that occurred during the 2020 presidential election in Pennsylvania, including a report of 200,000 erroneous votes:

A report from Pennsylvania House Republicans has indicated that there were over 200,000 erroneous votes cast during the 2020 presidential election.

“A group of state lawmakers performing extensive analysis of election data today revealed troubling discrepancies between the numbers of total votes counted and total number of voters who voted in the 2020 General Election, and as a result are questioning how the results of the presidential election could possibly have been certified by Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar and Governor Tom Wolf,” the Pennsylvania House Republicans wrote in a letter.

“These findings are in addition to prior concerns regarding actions by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Secretary, and others impacting the conduct of the election,” they added.

The analysis from the Pennsylvania House Republicans shows that there were 6,962,607 ballots cast while there were only 6,760,230 individuals who voted. They performed this analysis by comparing Department of State data with records from the DoS/SURE system.

“The difference of 202,377 more votes cast than voters voting, together with the 31,547 over- and under-votes in the presidential race, adds up to an alarming discrepancy of 170,830 votes, which is more than twice the reported statewide difference between the two major candidates for President of the United States,” they wrote.

The Pennsylvania ruling is good news, but the corrupt courts cannot be trusted to defend election integrity. It will ultimately come down to the people rising up and stopping this behavior themselves if Democrat vote rigging is to be stopped.

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