Pennsylvania is one of the states President Trump will flip in order to win reelection to the White House for the 2020 election. Joe Biden cheated in this state through various voter fraud schemes evidenced in misconduct in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh voter tallies. Apparently, one detail to Pennsylvania election law has not been known to the commonwealth’s voters but they can challenge the votes in their precincts.
— lehighvalleylive.com (@lehighvalley) November 10, 2020
Essentially, citizens have 5 days from when their county finishes counting votes to challenge the results. Just three people putting up $50 a piece can do this.
This is a grassroots option for Donald Trump supporters to help defend their vote and defend Trump against the scum who are trying to steal the election from him.
Other options can include taking the time to find folks who stole votes from infirm seniors and other at-risk citizens.
Go for in depth hand ballots recounts & a plethora of lawsuits. @DonaldJTrumpJr @marklevinshow Dems robbed you by using very elderly to vote & dems who have moved but have illegally kepT their GA/PA/MI drivers licenses ACTIVE! Make it to Safe Harbor Day with these issues active. pic.twitter.com/D2q4Qk8qQr
— Dr Annihilation (@DrAnnihilation) November 14, 2020
Barr’s DOJ may actually be on the case. One article finds a DOJ lawyer who is actually on the job in Pennsylvania. US Attorney William M. McSwain actually prosecuted someone and is implementing policies that has made some do-nothing DOJ lawyers resign in soi-based shame.
AG Barr asked Pilger and career attorneys to examine allegations of voting irregularities before states move to certify the November 2020 election results. In a letter to colleagues, Pilger implied he had heartache with his integrity were he to follow Barr’s direction and that he enjoyed working to “…aggressively and diligently enforce federal criminal election law, policy and practice without partisan fear or favor.”
The DOJ is now interested in being pro-active.
However, one step to take is for residents of Pennsylvania to contact their county election board to demand a recount. Just you and two other plus a few dollars is all it will take.