The Pennsylvania Senate has pages of subpoenas that they will be voting on Wednesday in preparation to do a forensic audit in that state.
These are in relation to the 2020 election that means addressing the many irregularities from the election.
They feel it is necessary to find out exactly where the mysterious votes came from and other anomalies that appeared during the election.
A Republican-controlled state Senate panel looking into alleged irregularities in the commonwealth’s elections will meet on Wednesday morning in Harrisburg to vote on whether to slap the Pennsylvania Department of State with subpoenas after the agency took a pass on the panel’s opening meeting last week.
The Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee, chaired by Sen. Cris Dush, R-Jefferson, will meet at 9:30 a.m. in Room 8-EB in the Capitol’s East Wing, according to a statement issued late last Friday night. by a spokesman for Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Centre.
“The subpoenas are expected to include communications and other election records from the Pennsylvania Department of State. The meeting follows a hearing [last week] in which Department of State officials refused to testify,” the statement, which is attributed to Dush, reads.
Nothing much has happened so far in Pennsylvania pertaining to an audit but things have begun heating up after the preliminary report on Maricopa County has been worked on so that it can be released publicly. Hopefully, the Pa Senate will finally get a move on and force a forensic audit in the state.
There has been much speculation after a USPS driver reported a large quantity of filled-out ballots that shipped from Bethpage, NY, on Long Island to Harrisburg. The estimate is somewhere between 144k and 288k ballots were on his truck. That is enough votes to reverse the election, even without the many other discrepancies. If nothing is done about the 2020 election, I can assure more of the same will occur in 2024. They cannot allow that to happen.
Nothing is more sacred in this country than fair and honest elections.