EVIDENCE AT GETTYSBURG: President Trump, Rudy, and Witnesses BUST The Election Fraud


President Donald Trump, Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, and a coterie of witnesses including poll watchers presented irrefutable evidence of massive election fraud in Pennsylvania during the 2020 election at a Wednesday Senate Majority Policy Committee hearing convened at the Wyndham Hotel in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. And the pro-Trump Union won big at Gettysburg.

Evidence poured out into the open showing paper ballot fraud, including the revelation that boxes of thousands of paper ballots were stored in a back room in Philadelphia while the mail-in ballots were counted and Republican poll watchers were corralled behind a fence where they could not view the counting. Bombshell evidence of ballots being “duplicated” by election workers with pink highlighter — pink highlighter that did not work in the machines — cast doubt on the election. Jenna Ellis urged the Pennsylvania legislature to call a special election or appoint pro-Trump electors, but NOT to certify the fraudulent election results showing Democrat Joe Biden in a disputed lead over President Trump. The hearing came on the heels of a Pennsylvania judge Wednesday ruling that certification can not take place at this time.


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