Pennsylvania Supreme Court Sends Shivers Down Democratic Spines – Watch
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court just delivered a verdict that sent shivers down the spine of Democrats all over the country.
The state’s high court found that mail-in ballots that violate the law because of improper dating should be separated and not counted on election night.
Previously, the Supreme Court vacated a state court decision requiring Pennsylvania to count un-dated mail-in ballots. But the law clearly stated that a mail-in ballot must be filled, signed, and dated to be counted. Democratic state officials have promised to defy the law and guided counties in the state to do the same. They said that voters shouldn’t be disenfranchised based on a “technical violation.”
Now the votes will not be counted but sequestered pending further legal action.
Violating a clear law is something the Biden administration has been willing to do in the past. They break the law with the plan to get what they want before the court can step in. An example of this was the struck-down eviction moratorium.
This is probably why the Pennsylvania Supreme Court stepped in over the mail-in ballots just a week before the mid-terms. The court might be aware of this kind of Democratic legal maneuvering.
With these ballots sequestered for later begs the question of whether or not the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will be willing to change the result of the election weeks or even months after it has concluded.
Try to imagine a scenario where Republican Mehmet Oz wins on election night and then Democrat John Fetterman is declared the winner three months later flipping control of the U.S. Senate back to the Democratic Party. It would be chaos.
This should never have gotten this far. The law says it plain and clear, and if our citizens can’t trust the election laws in the book, what is left?
News: Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules in favor of RNC and orders county board of electors to refrain from counting mail-in ballots "that are contained in undated or incorrectly dated outer envelopes." https://t.co/5UMNnObuar
— Philip Melanchthon Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) November 1, 2022