With so much in the 2020 presidential race hinging on swing states, with threats of violence coming from anarcho-terrorists, like Antifa, if there is any electoral confusion, why are Pennsylvania state officials muddying the waters, days before the election?
Over the last few days, Pennsylvania Governor Wolf and Attorney General Shapiro made questionable comments on election results in their state. Governor Tom Wolf is warning Pennsylvanians to expect the vote count to take days due to mail-in voting. He is starring in an ad for The Voter Project that is scheduled to run from election day until the to-be-determined day the vote count is finalized, according to CNN.
“These are unprecedented times. Because of the coronavirus, there were millions of votes cast by mail so it may take longer than usual to count every vote. The folks in our election offices — your neighbors, family and friends are working hard ensuring every single vote is counted,” Wolf says in the ad.
The possibility of days of ambiguity around the 2020 presidential results is particularly concerning as
businesses in cities across America prepare for more anarcho-terrorist rioting after months of violence.
Pennsylvania is currently considered a toss-up between President Trump and former Vice President Biden, and the state is a must win for both candidates. A recent Supreme Court ruling added to the tension in Pennsylvania by creating some ambiguity around whether mail-in ballots coming in after the polls close on Tuesday will be counted.
While campaigning in Pennsylvania this week, President Trump has made concerns about Democrat election machinations known to his supporters. His campaign will be sending lawyers to Pennsylvania the minute the polls are closed on Election Day to litigate the vote count.
Knowing there will be litigation over ballot counting in Pennsylvania raises concerns over Attorney General Shapiro’s tweet on Halloween. Along with a link to a Philadelphia Inquirer article titled “Trump baselessly sows doubt about election at Pennsylvania rallies while coronavirus surges” AG Shapiro tweeted:
“If all the votes are added up in PA, Trump is going to lose. That’s why he’s working overtime to subtract as many votes as possible from this process. For the record, he’s 0-6 against us in court. We’ve protected voting rights. Now, ignore the noise—vote!”
Conservative blue-checkmarks on Twitter pointed to AG Shapiro’s tweet as proof that Pennsylvania officials are working the election results to favor former VP Joe Biden. Dan Bongino tweeted:
“Why is the Attorney General of Pennsylvania openly INTERFERING in the election. This is unconscionable. He MUST recuse in any election litigation. No excuses.”
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