Last Updated on November 28, 2020
Pennsylvania is making a move that could open a path for other states to affect changes to the regular order of business in seating Electoral College Electors, this in the face of what is widely perceived as an election stolen by massive vote fraud and ballot tampering.
Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano (R), said Friday that the Republican-controlled State Legislature will craft a resolution to reclaim its power to seat the state’s Electors to the Electoral College
Mastriano indicated the Pennsylvania House and Senate could start the process on Monday, November 30, 2020.
The influential Republican state senator, a retired Colonel of the United States Army, said in an interview that he has been in talks with Republican Pennsylvania House and Senate members to reclaim their constitutional authority from the Secretary of State’s office.
Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, a Democrat, has been under fire for refusing to acknowledge the indisputable evidence of vote fraud and ballot tampering that happened across her state, and especially in Philadelphia.
#Pennsylvania GOP State Sen. #DougMastriano said that the GOP-controlled state legislature will make a bid to reclaim its power to appoint the state’s electors to the #ElectoralCollege, saying they could start the process on Monday, Nov. 30. https://t.co/FBjfx1rV7C
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) November 27, 2020
Mastriano said the tipping point came in the hearing held in Gettysburg with GOP state senators that heard witnesses – poll watchers, election workers, and others – who alleged there were significant irregularities and fraud during the processing and tabulation processes on November 3, 2020.
The senator said that approximately half of the state GOP House and Senate leaders and legislators support the move to reclaim their constitutionally mandated authority to seat Electoral College Electors.
Both the Pennsylvania State House and Senate are controlled by Republicans.
“So, we’re gonna do a resolution between the House and Senate, hopefully today,” Mastriano said Friday. “I’ve spent two hours online trying to coordinate this with my colleagues. And there’s a lot of good people working this here…We’re gonna seat the electors.”