Liberals got more bad news on Thursday when a judge in Pennsylvania handed President Donald Trump a huge victory in the war against rampant Democrat voter fraud which literally altered the outcome of the 2020 election.
Pennsylvania sides with Trump
On Thursday, unfair and unbalanced Faux News broke the story that a Pennsylvania court sided with Team Trump and tossed out all the ballots “where the voters needed to provide proof of identification and failed to do so by Nov. 9.” If there were any problems with a ballot in the state, the voter had that long, six days following the election, to “cure” them. That especially includes “a lack of proof of identification.”
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court disappointingly ruled earlier that “mail-in ballots could be accepted three days after Election Day,” opening the door for massive last minute ballot box stuffing. On top of that, the Commonwealth’s Secretary of State, Kathy Boockvar, decided all by herself to change voting law two days before the election.
She lied to Pennsylvania voters and poll workers, telling them that “proof of identification could be provided up until November 12,” based on the Supreme Court order. She was not supposed to do that but she did it anyway and thought she could get away with it.
Lack of statutory authority
Today, another Pennsylvania court slapped her down hard, concluding, “that Respondent Kathy Boockvar, in her official capacity as Secretary of the Commonwealth, lacked statutory authority to issue the November 1, 2020, guidance to Respondents County Boards of Elections insofar as that guidance purported to change the deadline.” You can thank Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt for that.
The fight for Pennsylvania isn’t over yet but as Kyle Becker tweeted, this likely means the outcome will likely head to the Supreme Court. “BREAKING: Judge orders segregated ballots should *not* be counted. It rules the PA Secretary of State ‘lacked statutory authority’ to override election law. Critically, the state has a Republican state legislature. SCOTUS may ultimately decide the case now.”
The Trump campaign has been arguing for a week that “there was no basis” in Pennsylvania law to “extend the identification deadline, and that Boockvar did not have the power to unilaterally change it.” They were right.