As report by Steven Ahle| To even the casual observer, it should be obvious that there was a whole lotta cheatin’ going on in the Pennsylvania election. How can you be winning by 700,000 on election night and be losing by the next day with almost every single vote for one candidate? One particularly pathetic candidate at that. The Pennsylvania legislature has swung into action.
At one juncture of the hearing held by Republicans, the crowd gasped:
On Friday the legislature filed a resolution disputing the election counts. They could end up withholding their results altogether and helping to throw the election into disarray. If neither candidate manages to reach 270 electoral votes, the election is tossed to the House of Representatives and each state’s delegations get one vote.
The first candidate to reach 26 votes is the next president. The Republicans control 26 state delegations and Democrats control 23. That leaves little doubt as to who would be president over the next four years. That is why the Democrats are so desperate to win through the electoral college, despite Pelosi huffing and puffing how she is ready to handle the vote for president in the House.
The legislature is also trying to take back power from the Secretary of State, ceded way back in 1938. If they succeed, they can merely send Trump electors to vote in the electoral college as can several other states. On Friday Sidney Powell revealed that she has pictures of paystubs for people who were paid to harvest ballots, which is illegal except in California.
With mounting evidence of election fraud now visible, members of the Pennsylvania legislature have drafted a joint resolution [SEE HERE] to overturn election results, reverse the previous state certification, and the sponsors promise they will take it to the Supreme Court if necessary.
Declaring the results of statewide electoral contests in the 2020 General Election to be in dispute.
WHEREAS, Article I, Section 4, Clause 1 of the United States Constitution empowers state legislatures, including the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to prescribe the “Times, Places, and Manner” of conducting elections; and
WHEREAS, Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution empowers state legislatures, including the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to direct the manner of appointing electors for President and Vice President of the United States; and
WHEREAS, the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has exercised its authority to establish election administration procedures for the Commonwealth, known as the Pennsylvania Election Code; and
WHEREAS, the Pennsylvania Election Code requires election officials at polling places to authenticate the signatures of in-person voters; and