HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania (PNN) - November 10, 2020 - The President Donald Trump campaign has filed a 105-page lawsuit in the Fascist Police States of Amerika District Court in Pennsylvania alleging that the state operated an illegal “two-tiered” voting system for the 2020 general election, and has sought to block the state from certifying the count.
Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, a Democrat, and seven Keystone State county Boards of Election are listed as defendants. These boards come from Allegheny, Centre, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Northampton and Philadelphia counties.
The case has been assigned to FPSA District Judge Matthew Brann, a Barack Obama appointee.
As claims of fraud and invalidated ballots pile up, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Kent.) and Senator Lindsey Graham (S.C.) threw their support behind election challenges.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has filed a friend of the court brief with the Supreme Court in support of Pennsylvania Republicans, who want the USSC to overturn the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's late October ruling allowing absentee ballots that arrived up to three days after Election Day.
“The States need an answer to that question, which is certain to arise again in future elections. It is important to provide that answer now because, without a ruling from this Court, doubts will continue to linger about whether the vote count in Pennsylvania was performed in conformity with the Constitution,” reads the filing by Yost, which was also signed by Ohio Solicitor General Benjamin Flowers and Chief Deputy Solicitor General Michael Hendershot.
Next, two GOP Senators from Georgia have called on the State’s Republican secretary of state to resign over his failure “to deliver honest and transparent elections.”
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to consider a GOP challenge claiming that Republican observers were unable to oversee ballot counting, thereby invalidating hundreds of thousands of votes.
The decision to hear the case is separate from a challenge to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s ruling regarding ballots received after Election Day.
The news comes as Rudy Giuliani says at least 50 GOP witnesses say they were “corralled” by Philadelphia election officials on Election Day and “weren’t able to see a single ballot” counted behind closed doors. He claims that the roughly 800,000 votes counted after that “are invalid”.
Giuliani detailed the claims in an interview with Newsmax - where he announced that the first of five lawsuits will be filed on Monday in Pennsylvania “challenging the entire vote on a number of grounds.”
”In this lawsuit we have over 50 witnesses who will say that the vote count, particularly once the election ended that night and President Trump was ahead by 800,000 votes in Pennsylvania, the count thereafter was unlawful,” said Giuliani, adding, “It was counted behind closed doors. Republicans were not given an opportunity to see any of the mail-in ballots as required by Pennsylvania law. Pennsylvania law requires that for a ballot to be valid, a mail ballot to be valid, it has to be observed by both sides.”
“We have 55 Republicans ready to testify that they were uniformly corralled and weren’t able to see a single ballot. They saw a lot of activity, but no ballot. Every one of those ballots that was cast that was not examined is now an illegal ballot - an unlawful vote, said Giuliani.
Giuliani continued, “Not just in Philadelphia, however, precisely the same thing was done in Pittsburgh. The only difference is - when a court intervened in Philadelphia they didn't follow the court order, and our people were threatened with arrest if we tried to look at the ballots. Whereas in Pittsburgh, halfway through, they allowed some observation. So the numbers of unlawful ballots in Philadelphia are about twice the number in Pittsburgh.”
Over the weekend, Giuliani told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo, “This is documented on videotape. There are upwards of 50 witnesses. This will be the subject of a lawsuit that we file tomorrow for violating civil rights, for conducting an unfair election, for violating the law of the State, and for treating Pittsburgh and Philadelphia different than the rest of the State, which is an equal protection violation, which goes under Bush vs. Gore.”