The Democrat Party filed in court to demand mail-in voting laws to ensure that they never lose another election. They already know that the Republicans don’t have the backbone to stop them, but since the Democrats have a minority, they need the courts to do it for them.
The Republicans won’t even audit the 2020 election with all of the irregularities there were. They might as well be Democrats.
For the 2020 election, corrupt Gov Tom Wolf ordered mail-in voting without consulting the legislature, and with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court being to the far left of Ho Chi Minh, it is unlikely to be overturned should the lower courts approve the lawsuit.
Said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison:
“The DNC is taking action to ensure that all eligible Pennsylvania voters are given an equal opportunity to participate in our elections, and we stand ready to step in to defend the freedom to vote wherever partisan lawsuits are brought to attack voters’ ability to cast a ballot.”
Pennsylvania Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy Patton Mills added:
“It is more important than ever that we keep up the fight for stronger participation in our democracy, and we are proud to stand with our partners to defend the voices of every day Pennsylvanians.”
Here is what RINO Jake Corman said about Pennsylvania election laws:
“Compromise has given Pennsylvanians a modernized election code that preserves the integrity of the ballot box[,] and makes it easier for voters to choose the people who represent them.”
Speaker of the House Bryan Cutler, also a RINO, sounded a similar note:
“This bill was not written to benefit one party or the other, or any one candidate or single election. It was developed over a multi-year period with input of people from different backgrounds and regions in Pennsylvania. It serves to preserve the integrity of every election and lift the voice of every voter.”
Different backgrounds? I think he means all three political persuasions. The left, the far left, and the extreme far left. If these two jokers are the best Republicans have to offer in Pennsylvania, then there is no hope for the state or voters who0m want free and fair elections.