Last Updated on November 25, 2020
The Trump Campaign and members of the GOP are making their case to discuss widespread voter fraud in Pennsylvania, as the state legislature holds a hearing on the integrity of the November election. On the same day, a judge in that state has ordered all election certifications to come to a halt.
A GOP vote count observer named Justin Kweder presented a groundbreaking statement in which he alleged that hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots were counted without any proper oversight. He explained that it was impossible for observers to see what the workers were doing in any capacity, due to the fact that workers had erected a fence that they were forced to stand behind. The Trump Campaign posted this video on Twitter:
Rudy Giuliani made a statement as well, claiming that Big Tech censorship has attributed to the dissolution of the First Amendment. He asserts that Big Tech companies have censored conservatives and Trump supporters because “it’s almost as if they’re afraid” that Americans will learn the facts. Watch the video here:
The documents pertaining to the Pennsylvania judge’s order indicate that the state is to halt all election certifications until an evidentiary hearing is held on November 27th.
NEWS: Pennsylvania judge blocks state from certifying election results in presidential and all other races.@EpochTimes
— Ivan Pentchoukov (@IvanPentchoukov) November 25, 2020
President Donald Trump has been very open and vocal about how he feels that the evidence of widespread voter fraud could prove that he in fact won the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. As the GOP continues to make their case, Americans expect the integrity of the election to be upheld. The facts continue to come out and it starts to look like many of these allegations of voter fraud are becoming even more realistic.
President Trump spoke at the Pennsylvania hearings to further elaborate on the widespread voter fraud that has taken place.