Republicans in Pennsylvania – the state with arguably the highest occurrences of voter fraud – are following in Arizona’s footsteps as they demand a complete audit of the results from the 2020 presidential election.
“Forty-seven percent of the people in this country don’t have faith in the electoral — electoral integrity right now,” Republican state Sen. Cris Dush said.
Pennsylvania Republicans recently toured the audit site in Pheonix, Arizona where state lawmakers are conducting a full audit of the 2020 ballots – including mail-in-ballots, paper and electronic.
At the audit today:
Doug Mastriano @SenMastriano
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) June 2, 2021
In April, Arizona began their election audit of over 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County, where Joe Biden inched out a narrow “victory” by just over 10,000 votes.
Auditors recently reached a milestone in their audit – reaching the halfway point – examining over 1 million votes in the county.
State Sen. Mastriano called for his state of Pennsylvania to hold a similar audit.
— Senator Doug Mastriano (@SenMastriano) June 2, 2021
“I’m not about overturning anything. I”m just trying to find out what went right, what went wrong? And how do we have better elections in the future?”
Mastriano was present on Jan 6 in protest of the election results — an event that has infected the Democrats with mass hysteria and paranoia. However, the Senator left before protestors were given access to the Capitol building.
“When it looked like things weren’t going in the right direction … my wife and I and several people that were with me, we left,”
The Pennsylvania Senator also revealed that Former President Trump asked him personally to run for governor of the state in 2022. He’s yet to confirm whether or not that’s a possibility.
Other Republican-led states are weighing audits as well, including Georgia, where a state judge just recently OK’d a ballot inspection in Fulton County – the state’s most populated. Trump was angry about the results in the county, namely Atlanta, where, again, Biden barely inched out a “victory.”
Also on Wednesday, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat who has come under fire over the 2020 election results, announced her candidacy for governor.
Gov. Doug Ducey, a Republican, is stepping down in January 2023 because of term limits. Several candidates, in addition to Hobbs, are already lining up to replace him.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney