Establishment media outlets continue to force a Joe Biden win down the public’s throat because they know Democrats broke the rules, and a recent Pennsylvania lawsuit brought by the Trump Campaign proves it.
President Donald Trump refuses to concede the election until every legal ballot is counted, and voter fraud lawsuits are resolved in the courts. A judge recently ruled that Pennsylvania’s Democrat Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar broke the law by extending the voting deadline when she saw Biden was trailing. Boockvar extended the deadline three days past the election for largely Democrat strongholds for first-time voters to produce identification.
Trump 2020 lawyer Matt Morgan reportedly said the ruling “supported our continued assertion that the secretary of state continues to play fast and loose with statutory deadlines and has done so throughout this entire election.”
Pennsylvania has been a hotbed of voter irregularity controversy as left-wing officials and biased judges tried to stack the deck in Joe Biden’s favor. Democrat judges made last-minute changes to how voting laws were to be applied. The move was clearly meant to improve their chances of winning seats in Congress and the White House. Republicans challenged the alterations. That case was brought to the U.S. Supreme Court in the eleventh hour with conservative justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel A. Alito Jr., and Neil M. Gorsuch, declining to take up the case, but urged Democrat leaders to stop their partisan acting or else they would consider taking up the case after the election.
“The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has issued a decree that squarely alters an important statutory provision enacted by the Pennsylvania legislature pursuant to its authority under the Constitution of the United States to make rules governing the conduct of elections for federal office,” Justice Alito reportedly wrote. “I reluctantly conclude that there is simply not enough time at this late date to decide the question before the election. Although the court denies the motion to expedite,” the petition “remains before us.”
What Justice Alito is saying in laymen’s terms is the political activists posing as impartial judges made new law from the bench to help their party win an election. The recent Trump Campaign lawsuit victory will likely head to the U.S. Supreme Court with this action. Legal experts predict that undocumented votes will be set aside based on Pennsylvania’s election laws.
While the recent court victory would result in only a modest number of illegal votes being rejected, Justice Alito has also ordered the state to separate thousands of votes that may not have complied with state law. Those would be the ones the left-wing judge hoped would skew the state’s 20 electoral college votes away from Pres. Trump.
Unofficial projections by the liberal-leaning associated press indicate that Biden leads President Trump in the state by approximately 60,000 votes, or less than 1 percent. More than a week after Election Day, the state’s polling stations still have not released a final count. The number of late-arriving votes that have been separated reportedly exceeds 102,000 and appear to have been accepted after election day from mostly liberal areas. Both cases, as well as other Pennsylvania lawsuits, could be fast-tracked to the U.S. Supreme Court, who could end up ultimately decided the winner of this election.
With newly-appointed Justice Amy Coney Barrett joining the high court, many believe the unconstitutional and illegal voting that transpired in Pennsylvania will be struck down. Should Pres. Trump prevail in his legal challenges, the door could be cracked for him to secure the 20 electoral votes and establish a pathway to a second term. Remember Arizona, with their 11 electoral votes, hasn’t declared a winner yet. And Trump was just declared the winner in North Caroline and Alaska, giving him another 18 electoral votes. Trump lost Georgia (16 electoral votes) by less than 15,000 votes and state officials just agreed to do a recount. Trump is not out of this race yet. If he wins all of those states he wins reelection.
Regardless of whether he prevails, everyday Americans got a front-row seat to witness how far Democrats and their partisan judges will go to game the system.