Judge Tosses Thousands Of Ballots Without Dates In Pennsylvania Reversing Lower Court Ruling

A Pennsylvania judge recently overturned a lower court ruling against the campaign of President Donald Trump by ordering to toss thousands of ballots without dates.

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“Just in: A GOP win in Pennsylvania — Commonwealth Court judge ruled that 2,349 absentee ballots in Allegheny County where the voter didn’t date their declaration are invalid, reversing a lower court judge,” said Zoe Tillman of BuzzFeed News.

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“In Pennsylvania, the Trump campaign has withdrawn its appeal of a judge’s order rejecting their challenge to 592 absentee ballots in Montgomery County where the voter didn’t write their address when they signed the envelope declaration,” Tillman said on Thursday.

“Elsewhere in Pennsylvania like in Montgomery and Bucks counties, other judges rejected the request of the Trump campaign to discard other potentially contentious  ballots and appeals have already been made,” she added, noting that in Bucks County.

Rejected requests elsewhere in PA 

Tillman in her reporting went on to say that “other PA judges have rejected the Trump campaign’s challenges to absentee ballots with declaration deficiencies such as missing dates, addresses, or printed names — those cases are still pending up on appeal.”

“Following up on tonight’s GOP win in Allegheny County re: 2,349 ballots missing a date — here is the question that the PA Supreme Court agreed to hear on the subject, so the question of whether counties must disqualify ballots w/ certain defects remains pending,” she added.

Despite major news networks proclaiming that Democratic candidate Joe Biden won the 2020 election, President Trump has refused to concede, yet, until all legal challenges related to reports of voting irregularities are over.

The President’s team has maintained that massive voting fraud occurred in multiple key battleground states which tilted the votes in favor of Biden, amid multiple reports of potential voting fraud.

Rudy Giuliani, former New York City Mayor and President Trump’s lawyer said they found “more than double the number of votes needed to overturn the election, in terms of provable, illegal ballots” in key battleground states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Voter fraud cited by Trump campaign

Giuliani cited lawsuits and signed affidavits from the public to support his claims of voter fraud.

On Thursday, he said that in Pennsylvania, 682,770 ballots “were put in, cast, and weren’t inspected” — and he said these ballots should not be accepted.

“There were ‘two different standards’ in parts of the state of PA when it came to counting ballots,” he said, referring to what he earlier called as “cured” ballots.”

Meanwhile, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters on Friday that the President won’t concede until his legal challenges have ended.

She said the President’s reaction to the election was understandable due to the “inexcusable” transition that he also got back in 2016 when he defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

McEnany walks out from presscon

“Many sought to undermine him, discredit him, delegitimize him, and deny his victory. There were no calls for unity. There were no calls for healing,” she added.

The Friday briefing ended, however, with the Press Secretary walking out as reporters barraged her with questions over the President’s decision not to accept the election results as called by the media.

Playboy Reporter Brian Karem, at one point repeatedly shouted at McEnany “when are you gonna admit you lost?”

President Trump’s legal battle is still ongoing with court challenges making its way in the courts of Georgia, Nevada and Pennsylvania.

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