PA Lawmakers: More Votes than Voters in Pennsylvania

Despite extensive claims that this was the safest election in U.S. history, recent polling demonstrates that 59% of Americans lack confidence in the integrity of the 2020 election.

This lack of confidence preceded a report that was just released which claims the Pennsylvania numbers do not add up.  Numerous PA state legislators sponsored an analysis of the Pennsylvania voting statistics.  The analysis reveled 202,377 more ballots were counted than persons who voted.  Biden is said to have won Pennsylvania by only 80,555 votes.

In a letter to Pennsylvania’s Governor, State Representative Metcalfe, a member of the PA Voters Alliance and one the plaintiffs in The Amistad Project’s Pennsylvania lawsuit, called upon the governor to initiate a special session of the state house. This would allow them to perform their constitutional duty of evaluating the election.

He continues to list 15 specific questions that must be answered in order to verify the integrity of the 2020 election.  Each question ties to a key element of the election process that has been altered due to Covid-19 or was impacted through Zuckerberg funds.  

This has been an unprecedented election year in many ways.  However, election integrity and confidence in our electoral system should not be compromised for the sake of comfort and convenience. The Amistad Project of The Thomas More Society is working with state legislators to ensure the electoral process is conducted according to election law; unfortunately, that has not been the case in 2020.

Phill Kline, director of Amistad Project states: “The evidence is compelling! Zuckerberg using more than $400 million to influence the election.  Local officials admitting to illegalities. Ballot chain of custody broken.  They still haven’t found Jesse’s trailer.  The stats simply confirm lawlessness in the 2020 election.”

The legal burden to certify the election requires government officials to demonstrate the election was conducted lawfully and there can be confidence in the election results.  Lawlessness has been admitted, confidence is lacking, and the numbers do not add up.

Citations:

https://news.gallup.com/poll/285608/faith-elections-relatively-short-supply.aspx

http://www.repmetcalfe.com/News/18684/Latest-News/Lawmakers-Call-on-Wolf-to-Convene-PA-General-Assembly-for-Special-Session-on-Election-Oversight-and-Integrity-