President Trump’s legal team scored a huge win for the Republican side in Pennsylvania late Thursday after a Commonwealth Judge slapped down the lower court ruling. Only the legal ballots will be counted in Allegheny County. Unfortunately other judges across the state are corrupted by the New World Order and continue to insist that they can overthrow President Donald Trump if they just stick together.
Judge sides with President Trump
Reports surfaced Thursday evening in BuzzFeed News that a Commonwealth Court judge in Pennsylvania sided with the Trump campaign, ruling that 2,349 absentee ballots from Allegheny County should be tossed in the trash because the voter didn’t “date their declaration.” The lower court didn’t want to follow the law.
Team Trump didn’t fare as well in front of the judge in either Montgomery or Bucks counties, where initial attempts to weed out illegal ballots have been rejected. It’s only the beginning of that particular fight because the president’s lawyers are appealing aggressively.
The charging parties have withdrawn an appeal questioning the order of a judge who allowed 592 questionable ballots to be counted in Montgomery County “where the voter didn’t write their address when they signed the envelope declaration.” The Bucks County case rejected an appeal of the county’s decision to count 2,117 absentee ballots with various deficiencies.” Federal lawyers are filing separate actions at all levels which will likely end up at the Supreme Court of the United States.
Legislating from the bench
One liberal leaning judge after another has been legislating from the bench since election night, inflicting their personal interpretations of the law on American citizens. As rabidly progressive BuzzFeed writes, “Other PA judges have rejected the Trump campaign’s challenges to absentee ballots with declaration deficiencies such as missing dates, addresses, or printed names.” That’s only part of the story, intended to spin the narrative in the way they want it to go. Almost as an afterthought, they admit, “those cases are still pending up on appeal.” Once the issues get up to SCOTUS that 6-3 conservative majority is going to come in rather handy.
At a fiery press conference Thursday, presidential attorney Rudy Giuliani laid out point after point of specific and direct evidence which the network media dutifully refused to acknowledge. Some districts in “states including Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, and Arizona,” have reported “more than double the number of votes needed to overturn the election, in terms of provable, illegal ballots.” The election is over and it belongs to Trump. There won’t be any Biden transition, no matter what liberals get a judge to sign or decide to set on fire.
It’s no surprise, Giuliani pointed out, that the worst of the election fraud came from the big, Democrat controlled cities. “The number of voter fraud cases in Philadelphia could fill a library.” He also mentioned how Philadelphia has long been known for professionally rigging elections. Across Pennsylvania, “682,770 ballots were put in, cast, and weren’t inspected,” which makes them void. Just like we learned with Hillary Clinton and the rest of the Obamagate traitors, there are “two different standards.” In Pittsburgh or Philadelphia, election workers would call you up and let you fix mistakes which would otherwise invalidate the ballot. Everywhere else in the state, tough. Those went in the trash, “uncured.” Each judge seems to come up with their own theory allowing them to side with the forces of darkness.
Also at the press conference, Attorney Sidney Powell came out and turned her fire-hose of evidence against the network media. She blatantly accused them of complicity to cover up the election fraud by refusing to do their jobs and investigate the claims spelled out in the pile of affidavits they brought along. Since the media won’t present the facts to the public, Powell assures, it’s time to “release the Kraken.” More than one judge will be facing the wrath of Powell’s Kraken in day and weeks to come.