Today, Pennsylvania’s Republican Congressional Delegation issued an open letter to voice their aggregate worries over the Commonwealth’s management of the General Election to Governor Tom Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro, and Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar.
In this joint letter, Congressmen Glenn Thompson, Mike Kelly, Dan Meuser, John Joyce, Scott Perry and Lloyd Smucker stated that the Commonwealth’s electoral system has been challenged by the anomaly including late directions given to the counties just before the election night, the Attorney General running for reelection while refereeing with a vested individual interest, as well as volunteer poll watchers being deprived of their access to fulfill their duties.
Congressmen also pointed out that Pennsylvania’s administration failed to provide enough evidence to show it’s following the temporary order by United States Supreme Court Justice Alito to separate ballots that came in after 8 p.m. on election day.
Congressmen Thompson and colleagues further stressed that Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Josh Shapiro’s recent views indicated that he has not been able to stay impartial given the conflict of interest.
The six Congressmen that signed this letter were troubled by the actions of the Pennsylvania administration and believed that America’s democracy and public trust in government are at stake.
Congressman Kelly posted today on his website stating that “In our representative republic, it is not the media who declares the winner of elections. Right now, the Trump Campaign is engaged in several court cases to determine the integrity of the vote in multiple states. None of those states have officially certified their vote counts, and investigations into voting irregularities are ongoing. The winner of the election will be determined by the law, not media projections.”
The letter can be read in its entirety here:
Trey Trainor to Newsmax TV: Voter Fraud Is Taking Place
Chair of the Federal Election Commission Trey Trainor believes voter fraud is taking place in states still counting ballots.
During a Friday appearance on Newsmax TV’s “National Report,” Trainor said locations not granting observers access to watch the ballot counting process could be involved in voter fraud.
“I do believe that there is voter fraud taking place in these places,” he said. “Otherwise they would allow the observers to go in.”
Despite winning a court order, which allows the Trump campaign to send observers to watch ballot counting in Pennsylvania from six feet away, Trainor said ballot watchers “have not been allowed into the polling locations in a meaningful way.”
He said when observers have been permitted to watch, the goalpost has been moved away from the six feet required by the court order.
“They have not been allowed that meaningful access,” he said, adding there has not been transparency in the election.
“Our whole political system is based upon transparency to avoid the appearance of corruption,” he said pointing out that Pennsylvania and other states are not conducting counting in a transparent manner.
“State law allows those observers to be in there,” he said, adding if the law isn’t being followed then this election is “illegitimate.”
He said the lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign are “very valid allegations” that need to be “fully vetted” by the court system. He predicts some of the legal challenges will likely end up in the Supreme Court.
Edited by staff