THE FIX IS IN: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Ballots Must Be Approved Even If Signature Does Not Match Registered Voter
The Pennsylvania supreme court ruled on Friday that ballots must be counted even if the signature does not match that of the voter on file.
The ruling affirms the decision made by Pennsylvania election officials that matching signatures from ballots to those on the voter file is not necessary to prevent fraud.
“We conclude that the Election Code does not authorize or require county election boards to reject absentee or mail-in ballots during the canvassing process based on an analysis of a voter’s signature,” the state Supreme Court wrote in an opinion signed by six of the seven justices, five of which are Democrat appointees to the bench.
The court is directing “the county boards of elections not to reject absentee or mail-in ballots for counting, computing, and tallying based on signature comparisons conducted by county election officials or employees, or as the result of third party challenges based on such comparisons.”
“It is not our role under our tripartite system of governance to engage in judicial legislation and to rewrite a statute in order to supply terms which are not present therein, and we will not do so in this instance,” the court wrote.
Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar said last month that signature verification does not matter when it comes to accepting ballots.
“If the Voter’s Declaration on the return envelope is signed and the county board is satisfied that the declaration is sufficient, the mail-in or absentee ballot should be approved for canvassing unless challenged in accordance with the Pennsylvania Election Code,” Boockvar’s guidance issued in mid-September read.
“The Pennsylvania Election Code does not authorize the county board of elections to set aside returned absentee or mail-in ballots based solely on signature analysis by the county board of elections,” she added.
Big League Politics has reported on how Pennsylvania is going to allow ballots to be turned in after election day, as the Democrats seemingly attempt a naked vote steal in broad daylight:
The Pennsylvania supreme court has made an incomprehensible ruling on Thursday that will allow mail-in ballots to be submitted and processed days after the election as long as the mail is postdated on election day or prior. According to the Inquirer, mail-in ballots will be allowed as long as it cannot be proven they were mailed after election day due to the ruling.
This will obviously open the potentiality for fraud, with activists having days to fill in the gaps and ramp up the totals for their candidates. The court also made other rulings that may allow Democrats to cheat more easily.
The supreme court ruled to allow drop boxes for the hand delivery of mail-in ballots. They are also refusing to allow Trump supporters from serving as poll watchers in other counties than their own, which means there will be fewer whistleblowers rooting out fraud. Additionally, they denied a request for other people to deliver mail-in ballots on behalf of voters…
There have already been prominent cases of electoral abnormalities that have emerged in recent elections in New Jersey and California due to widespread mail-in voting. After failing to rig the presidential election in 2016, the globalist establishment is playing for keeps this time around.
Big League Politics has published the #DetroitLeaks series to show how Democrats are attempting to manipulate the vote in Michigan. The fraud that is occurring in Pennsylvania may be even worse.