By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

President Trump's Pennsylvania voter fraud lawsuit which found 110,000 ILLEGAL BALLOTS with mismatched signatures in the state has been filed to be heard before the Supreme Court.

Business Insider reports:

The Trump campaign is asking the US Supreme Court to overrule Pennsylvania judges and throw out tens of thousands of mail-in ballots.

President-elect Joe Biden won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes.

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"The petition seeks all appropriate remedies, including vacating the appointment of electors committed to Joseph Biden and allowing the Pennsylvania General Assembly to select their replacements," Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said in a statement.

The motion was filed yesterday and centers around a whole host of fraudulent vote practices in Pennsylvania that significantly derailed from years of legal precedent in the state. 

According to the motion for the lawsuit to be heard:

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decisions involve issues of the utmost federal importance involving the Constitution's most fundamental rights as exercised in the Nation's most important election. The outcome of the election for the Presidency of the United States hangs in the balance because the selection of presidential electors is governed by the Constitution and congressional enactment, in addition to state law enacted by the Legislature. In the four related opinions, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court dramatically changed Pennsylvania law governing absentee and mail voting during the 2020 Presidential election,3 which likely changed the result in Pennsylvania and, potentially, the outcome of the overall Presidential election. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s changes are contrary to settled caselaw, the unambiguous language of the Election Code of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. at 104-05 (“Having once granted the right to vote on equal terms, the State may not, by later arbitrary and disparate treatment, value one person’s vote over that of another.”). Only the state Legislatures, not the Courts, are empowered to set (or change) the rules for selecting Presidential electors.

The lawsuit challenges tens of thousands of ballots based on violations of Pennsylvania's election codes. Which, according to previous lawsuits, the state is required to discard the ballots due to their irregularities. 

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, in a challenge to the state's own constitution and previous legal precedent, made an about face and said that votes which violated Pennsylvania's own constitution and laws should be counted anyways.

The votes have signature mismatches according to the lawsuit's petition:

Ironically, in the guidance issued on September 11, 2020, Secretary Boockvar recognized and directed that “the county board of elections shall examine the Voter’s Declaration on the outer envelope of each returned ballot and compare the information on the outer envelope, i.e., the voter’s name and address, with information contained in” the above-referenced voter files. Boockvar 9/11/20 Guidance, at 3. Then, a few weeks later, she issued an additional guidance, specifically directing that “A ballot-return envelope with a declaration that is not filled out, dated, and signed is not sufficient and must be set aside, declared void and may not be counted.” Boockvar 9/28/20 Guidance, at 5. Because most Pennsylvania counties completed their canvassing of mail ballots in accord with the statutory requirements, as confirmed by Secretary Boockvar’s guidances, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s post-election alteration of those statutory requirements, which affected two large (and heavily Democrat) counties still canvassing their mail ballots, namely, Philadelphia and Allegheny, was therefore not just an Article II violation, but an Equal Protection violation as well.

Due to this blatant disregard for voter fraud, President Trump lost Pennsylvania to Biden. The fact this case was filed before the Supreme Court helps shine a light on the illegality of the votes in Pennsylvania.


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