In a solid victory for President Trump and his team in the recount efforts in the state of Pennsylvania, on Thursday, a judge ruled that ballots not verified by an identification of the voter of some sort must be thrown out of the vote totals if not received before November 9 per state law.
State law said that voters have until six days after the election — this year that was Nov. 9 — to cure problems regarding a lack of proof of identification. After the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that mail-in ballots could be accepted three days after Election Day, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar submitted guidance that said proof of identification could be provided up until Nov. 12, which is six days from the ballot acceptance deadline. That guidance was issued two days before Election Day.
“[T]he Court concludes 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 … for certain electors to verify proof of identification,” Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt said in a court order.
Bottom line: a number of ballots currently in the total must be discarded for being late and/or not having the appropriate backing identification. This is a change from a previous ruling that said that such ballots were to be segregated until further rulings were made by Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito the overseeing justice of the circuit of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey.
Pennsylvania is one of a handful of so-called “swing” states where vote totals are contested due to massive irregularities as reported by whistleblowers across the nation. This being the case, the 2020 Presidential Election, officially, has not been certified and legally no winner has been declared.
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Here are several examples in Pennsylvania that should be investigated:
Voter records show someone used the identity of John H. Granahan of Allentown, Pennsylvania to vote in the recent election, even though Granahan died in May 2019. The Dusckas Martin Funeral Home and Crematory ran an obituary of Granahan’s death when he passed away.
Judy Presto of Southpark, Pennsylvania died in 2013, but someone registered her to vote in September 2020 and cast a ballot under her name in last week’s election. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published an obituary after Presto’s passing announcing her death.
Elizabeth Bartman of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania is shown as having registered to vote in September 2020 and cast a ballot in last week’s election, even though she died in 2008. The Philadelphia Inquirer ran an obituary after Bartman’s passing.