PROJECT VERITAS: O’Keefe Video-2020 Election Fraud Exposed

"They should probably be looking into Minnesota big time #BallotHarvesting."


Pennsylvania USPS Whistleblower Exposes Anti-Trump Postmaster's Illegal Order To Back-Date Ballots

2nd PA USPS whistleblower: Postmaster ordered late ballots picked up; thinks they will be BACKDATED

Michigan USPS Whistleblower Details Directive From Superiors To Back-Date Late Mail-In-Ballots Nov 3

MAIL FRAUD UPDATE: Federal investigators in Michigan investigating USPS after Veritas Whistleblower

ELECTION FRAUD ALERT: Nevada USPS Worker Pledges Ballot Fraud To Remove President Trump From Office



Trump Unveils Dems’ Efforts at an Election Steal~Vote counting continues as the president goes to court

Trump Readies To Go FULL ANIMAL on the Democrats and EXPOSE Their CORRUPTION!!!


Trump Readies To Go FULL ANIMAL on the Democrats and EXPOSE Their Rampant CORRUPTION! In this video we’re going to look at the legal team that Trump has put together, how Rudy Giuliani is promising to go scorched earth on the Democrats, and how former advisor Steve Bannon and others are showing the absolutely full-proof way that President Trump will be inaugurated on January 20th for his second term; you are not going to want to miss this.



AMERICANS are RISING UP Against the MASSIVE DEMOCRAT VOTER FRAUD that’s trying to steal this election! In this video, we’re going to look at demonstrations that are taking place at key election counting centers, how such demonstrations are turning up the heat on corrupt ballot counters and electors, and how the media is trying but failing to cover up this fraud; you are not going to want to miss this!



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The 2020 election saga continues to unfold. Joe Biden has been closing in on the 270 electoral votes he needs to become the 46th president of the United States. But as Yogi Berra once famously said, "It ain't over till it's over.” Actual vote counting is continuing in key battleground states such as Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Nevada. However, the next act of the 2020 election drama is just beginning, with lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign challenging the legal validity of the voting and counting procedures used in various states. Meanwhile, leftists who don’t want to wait for the election drama’s denouement have already started rioting, demanding that “every vote be counted.” Those who believe in the rule of law are demanding – peacefully – that every lawful vote be counted, in accordance with statutes passed by the state legislatures and with the Constitution.

Joe Biden appeared before reporters on Thursday afternoon to urge Americans to remain calm while the vote counting continues. He declared, however, that he and Kamala Harris have "no doubt" that, after votes are counted, they "will be declared the winners."

President Trump subsequently addressed the media from the White House briefing room. He showed no signs of backing down in his claims that he is the legitimate winner of the election. The president said he will fight in the courts against what he called a stolen election. He also blamed false “suppression polls” for attempting to discourage his own supporters from bothering to vote. "They thought there was going to be a big blue wave. That was false. It was done for suppression reasons but instead, there was a big red wave."

“If you count the legal votes I easily win,” the president said. “If you count the illegal votes they can try to steal the election from us.” Alleging fraud and attempts to “rig” the election, the president pointed to efforts in Pennsylvania and Michigan to keep Trump campaign poll watchers from observing closely the counting of votes.

Trump said that his voting numbers have been “whittled away in secret.” As he was speaking, his vote margin over Biden dropped significantly in both Georgia and Pennsylvania. The president repeated his frequent complaints regarding mail-in ballots, which he said are “so one-sided.”  He vowed that there will be “a tremendous amount of litigation,” adding that “This is a case where they are trying to steal an election.”

Some media outlets including Fox News have called Arizona with its 11 electoral votes for Joe Biden. That would put Biden within 6 electoral votes of securing the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency. Nevada, where Biden is ahead in the popular vote, just happens to have the 6 electoral votes that would put Biden over the top. But this assumes that Biden turns out to be the definitive winner in Arizona, which the Trump campaign strongly believes will not be the case.

Meanwhile in Pennsylvania, where the vote count is continuing, President Trump is leading by a rapidly diminishing margin of about 64,000 votes as of the writing of this article. In Georgia, Trump has a razor thin lead, with mail-in votes still to be counted in counties where Biden has the edge. If Biden ends up winning Georgia, it won’t matter what happens in Arizona or Pennsylvania so long as Biden takes Nevada. All in all, Biden has significantly more pathways to reach the goal of 270 electoral votes than Trump does.

Despite all these crosscurrents, here is what we do know so far:

  •              ---     Intense voter interest in the 2020 election amongst a very divided electorate resulted in the highest number of ballots cast in a U.S. presidential election in history, no doubt reflecting in part the substantial increase of mail-in ballots cast this year. This election also saw the highest voter turnout rate among eligible citizens in more than a century.
  •               ---    The oft-proclaimed “blue wave” never materialized. There was no Biden landslide. Assuming Biden wins, it will be by the skin of his teeth, particularly in the major battleground states. The voters did not repudiate en masse the Trump agenda or Republican policy priorities. The Republicans are expected to maintain control of the Senate, although a final determination will have to wait for what appears to be two run-offs for both Senate seats in Georgia that will have to be held next January. The House will remain in Democrat hands. However, contrary to predictions, Democrats are projected to lose at least five House seats.
  •              ---    Most pollsters got the presidential results in key battleground states grievously wrong. Take Florida, for example, where President Trump won by 3.4 percent. The final RealClearPolitics average of Florida polls had shown Biden with a .9 percent advantage. In Wisconsin, the final RealClearPolitics average of polls showed Biden with a 6.7 percent advantage. An ABC News/Washington Post Poll released on October 28th gave Biden a whopping 17 percent advantage. Biden ended up winning Wisconsin by only .6 percent. The race turned out to be so close that the Trump campaign will be entitled to a recount if it requests one. Most pollsters also badly underestimated President Trump’s overall electoral strength across the country. The 2020 polling error, according to G. Elliott Morris, a political data journalist for the Economist, “matches the pattern of the 2016 error really well, so there really does seem to be something wrong here. It’s not just two random polling errors.”
  •              ---   Democrats wasted millions of dollars trying to unseat incumbent Republican Senators, such as South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham, Maine’s Susan Collins, and Texas’s John Cornyn.
  •               ---    Black and Hispanic support for President Trump increased from 2016. According to preliminary estimates from exit polls conducted by Edison Research for the National Election Pool, Trump’s overall share of the black vote in 2020 increased to 12 percent, as compared to 8 percent in 2016. His share of the Latino vote was 32 percent in 2020, an increase of 4 percent from 2016. As Daniel Greenfield wrote for this publication, “After four years of being accused of every form of bigotry on earth (and some that have yet to be discovered), Republicans brought home the largest share of non-white voters since 1960. The last time Republicans had numbers like these, Democrats were the segregationist party.”

In the typical patronizing fashion displayed by leftists who expect blacks to vote monolithically, New York Times columnist Charles Blow tweeted, “This is so personally devastating to me: the black male vote for Trump INCREASED from 13% in 2016 to 18% this year. The black female vote for Trump doubled from 4% in 2016 to 8% this year.” He added insult to injury when he complained about the increase in votes for Trump among Latino and Asian voters this time around. “Also, the percentage of Latinos and Asians voting for Trump INCREASED from 2016, according to exit polls. Yet more evidence that we can’t depend on the ‘browning of America’ to dismantle white supremacy and erase anti-blackness,” Blow tweeted.

  •                ---  The stock market has been surging since Election Day. Market experts have explained that investors are anticipating a divided government, with Biden in the White House and the Senate still controlled by the Republicans. Investors are assuming that in such a scenario the corporate income tax cuts enacted in 2017 would not be repealed, nor capital gains taxes increased, to fund the progressives’ radical policy agenda.

We also know that there will be plenty of work for lawyers to do as the presidential contest shifts to the courts. The Trump campaign has already filed or is planning to file lawsuits challenging vote counting procedures in several battleground states, including Georgia, Nevada, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Of all these challenges, federal litigation in Pennsylvania could prove to be pivotal if the state’s 20 electoral votes are still needed by both candidates to reach 270.

There are two Pennsylvania cases making their way through the courts, only one of which is consequential. A case brought in state court has to do with the Trump campaign representatives’ request for closer observation of the vote counting process. A similar lawsuit was brought in Michigan. While the Trump campaign is arguing the potential for mischief in the counting process which it would like to see stopped until its observers are afforded more reasonable access, this tack is unlikely to succeed in affecting the final outcome. The more significant legal challenge in Pennsylvania involves a lawsuit originally brought by Pennsylvania Republicans in federal court. The lawsuit claims that mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day but arriving after Election Day cannot be legally counted under Pennsylvania law because the Pennsylvania legislature has required all ballots to be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day. The case stems from the decision of the highly partisan Pennsylvania Supreme Court to disregard the firm Election Day deadline set by the Pennsylvania legislature and grant the three-day extension because of alleged Post Office delays. The Trump campaign has now petitioned for the right to intervene in this case.

The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the Pennsylvania Republicans’ original motion on an expedited basis before the election. Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who had just joined the Court, did not take part in this decision. Justice Barrett did not think she was prepared at that point to weigh in. But with the election now over and the potential for the late ballots to make a crucial difference in the outcome if they are counted, the U.S. Supreme Court may decide to hear the motion on the merits after all. Justice Samuel Alito noted that “the Court’s denial of the motion to expedite is not a denial of a request for this Court to order that ballots received after election day be segregated so that if the State Supreme Court’s decision is ultimately overturned, a targeted remedy will be available.”

If, as expected, the major media outlets decide sometime during the next several days to call the presidential election for Joe Biden, the fight will still not be over. President Trump has no intention of bowing out until he has had his full day in court. Stay tuned as the 2020 election drama continues.


BLM activist Cori Bush becomes Missouri’s first black congresswoman

Cori Bush



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A Black Lives Matter activist in Missouri breezed to an election night victory to become the state’s first black congresswoman.

Cori Bush, who may become the fifth member of “The Squad,” garnered a whopping 84 percent of vote in the state’s 1st Congressional District.

“This is definitely a night to remember,” Bush, who is also a nurse, told her supporters during her acceptance speech.

“This has been a historic day from the beginning to the end.”

Bush had the backing of the Justice Democrats — who helped propel Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to her first upset victory over 10-term incumbent Joe Crowley.

In her August Democratic primary, Bush had her own upset victory, defeating longtime incumbent, Missouri Rep. William Lacy Clay.

Bush got involved with the Black Lives Matter movement in 2014, when Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, was shot and killed by a white police officer in Ferguson.

She joined the protests that erupted in the wake of the shooting and soon began leading the protests in her Missouri district.

Bush has remained engaged in protest work ever since, getting heavily involved in the recent protests surrounding the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.


Bible Belt States of Ga., Tenn. Elect Their First Homosexuals, Including Lesbian Priest, to State Legislatures~DELAWARE ELECTS GAY “DRAG QUEEN”



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Voters in the Bible Belt states of Georgia and Tennessee elected the first openly homosexual members to their state legislatures on Tuesday, including a lesbian Episcopal priest.

Georgia state Senate candidate Kim Jackson won the heavily Democratic District 41 by a landslide, defeating Republican challenger William Park Freeman 74.9% to 25%.

According to reports, Jackson is an ordained Episcopal priest, is the interim vicar at the Church of the Common Ground in Atlanta, and a graduate of Candler School of Theology.

“Jackson, the first black LGBTQ+ person ordained as a priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, previously served as chaplain at the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing and the Atlanta University Center, and as associate rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church,” the website for the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta states.

In Tennessee, two openly homosexual candidates were chosen by voters to serve in the state House of Representatives: Democrat Torrey Harris and Republican Eddie Mannis.

“I believe women and their doctors are in the best position to make informed decisions about what is best for them, no one else,” Harris said in a campaign video posted online.

He unseated longtime incumbent John DeBerry, a pro-life Democrat who supports biblical marriage and was forced to run as an Independent after the Democratic Party removed him from the ballot. DeBerry has preached at Coleman Ave. Church of Christ for the past 20 years and has been elected to the state legislature 13 times.

“My work in Nashville as a legislator is nothing more than an extension of my work as a child of God, as a Christian,” DeBerry explained to the Catholic News Agency in September. “And I take to heart Ephesians chapter 6, ‘We wrestle not against flesh and blood.’ People are not the enemy,“ but “there are those who make laws that are blasphemous of God’s law.”

Harris won District 90 with 77% of the vote, Local Memphis reports.

“Both Torrey and Eddie sent a clear message that LGBTQ candidates can win in a deep red state while being their authentic selves,” remarked former Houston, Texas Mayor Annise Parker, who now leads the LGBTQ Victory Fund. “Their presence in the state legislature can dilute the most toxic anti-LGBTQ voices and lead to more inclusive legislation.”

As previously reported, all three “LGBT” candidates in Delaware won their races on Tuesday, including a man who identifies as a woman and a homosexual who moonlights as a drag queen.

Proverbs 29:2 says, “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice, but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.”

President George Washington also warned in his first inaugural address, “[T]he propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right, which Heaven itself has ordained.”


DELAWARE: Voters Choose Homosexual Who Moonlights as 'Drag Queen' for House Over Republican Challenger



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GLASGOW, Del. — Voters in Delaware’s 27th District have chosen to elect an openly homosexual man who moonlights as a drag queen to represent them in the state House of Representatives over his Republican challenger, who lost by a significant margin.

According to reports, Eric Morrison won 61.4% of the vote (7,844), compared to the 36.8% (4,699 votes) garnered by Donald “Tripp” Keister III. Only 1.8%, or 225 residents, selected Libertarian candidate William Hinds.

Keister is the manager of the Fredericksburg Nationals minor league baseball team and was said to have done little campaigning for the job. However, in speaking with the Newark Post, he contrasted his positions with those of Morrison.

“My opponent has been very vocal about what he wants to do: He wants to defund the police, have community policing and have Delaware become a sanctuary state,” he said. “I really want to make sure that our communities are safe, our schools are safe, and that we’re easing the burden on our families.”

The Philadelphia Gay News reported in January that, along with “with LGBTQ rights and women’s reproductive rights [a.k.a. abortion], Morrison plans to support criminal justice reform, marijuana legalization, the expungement of records, campaign finance, elections and environmental protections.”

On Oct. 20, Morrison tweeted a graphic that read, “I’m a better Christian than any Trump supporter, and I’m an atheist.”

As previously reported, in September, he likewise was preferred in the primaries over current Rep. Earl Jaques, Jr., a “moderate” Democratic lawmaker who voted against same-sex “marriage” in 2013, as well as a 2017 bill to “modernize” the state’s laws to align with Roe v. Wade.

Morrison, who has been performing in drag for over 20 years and goes by the name “Anita Mann,” held a “Dude Looks Like a Lady” drag show as a fundraiser for his campaign. Jaques told reporters that he thought Morrison was “far off base” for the district — remarks that he later apologized for.

“You can have fundraisers; I don’t care about that. But dressing in drag? Really?” he said. ““I’m not sure he represents the people who attend those places of religion. If he’s actually having a fundraiser in drag, I don’t think those churches would endorse that. … I’m just saying it’s a little different, that’s for sure.”

In addition to Morrison, Human Rights Campaign’s Timothy “Sarah” McBride also won a seat in the state Senate, becoming the first “transgender” to do in American history. Lesbian social worker Marie Pinkney likewise was elected to the Delaware Senate by a significant margin of 76% to 24%.

In 1 Samuel 8, the Bible speaks of the nation of Israel’s desire to have a king, a human leader to guide the people, as in other nations.

God then spoke to the prophet Samuel, saying, “Hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee, for they have not rejected thee, but they have rejected Me, that I should not reign over them. According to all the works which they have done since the day that I brought them up out of Egypt even unto this day, wherewith they have forsaken Me and served other gods, so do they also unto thee.”





The Election and the Wait

Not daring to breathe... in case it jinxes the swing states yet to call.



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This the hard bit—the wait.

Sometimes I think I can hear my friends across the pond holding their breath, collectively, not daring to breathe or move or eat in case it somehow jinxes the swing states yet to call.

I dare not text anyone, because I just don’t see how words are going to help right now. Only a win will make this stop.

Trump has called it already. The President of Slovenia has even sent his congratulations, and yet the noise from my radio and TV tells me that the media are launching an all-out assault to ensure the win is not given.

I cannot tell you how many times our State Broadcaster (the BBC) has "plotted the Biden path to victory" on the irritating tech toy they insist on using, but it is countless, as if by plotting his path to a win they can make viewers believe it so —and bring down the will of the American people.

And when my children ask me "Who won?" I can’t bring myself to say it is undecided. Or to report that it is "too close to call" or "all the votes haven’t been counted yet." None of that rings true to me. I think of all the faces I have met at Trump rallies and Republican events over the last few months, and I know they are the truth of America.

I tell them Trump will win, the media just aren’t willing to say it yet. Just like in 2016 when CNN pundits couldn’t bring themselves to call Pennsylvania, their faces contorted with the pain of the truth to the extent they appeared to be suffering from some kind of physical illness.

And of course, the coverage has been universally nauseating on all sides, including our own. The pocket-sized Ben Shapiro took all of 20 seconds to leap to Twitter to declare it was wrong for Trump to claim a win. Funny how these Never-Trumpers from 2016 never really got over themselves despite hanging on to Trump like a tick on a dog for four years.

Other channels seem determined not to call states for Trump, or to talk about how amazing it is that every single pollster was wrong yet again. No one wants to talk about the fact that whoever wins Ohio wins the Presidency, preferring one-sided ranting from idiot half-cousins of Martin Luther King or bizarre interviews with Reverend Jesse Jackson who is incomprehensible even when sober or awake, neither of which appeared to be true.

At 2.30 a.m. Trump made a speech from the East Room of the White House declaring victory and calling the election a "fraud on the American people." And despite the scowls on the faces of Never-Trumpers, I think this was a masterstroke of a genius at work.

Team Trump is well prepared for this election to be stolen, and will have a plan in place. This is Trump working the plan, signaling to the American people that he is still fighting —and doesn’t plan to stop until democracy wins.

I am reminded of one of the biggest rollockings of my Army career when my running coach observed me stopping my 800 meters at the line.

“Run through the line, Hopkins. Run through the line. The race finishes after the line - you festering idiot of a woman.” (Only with more swearing and insults in my direction)

And Trump knows this. He knew this election would not end on election day, or even after all legitimate votes had been counted. And it's why he is stating so clearly his intention to stop fraudulent ballots being added to the pile.

It is not about ignoring legitimate votes. It is about preventing Democrats from committing massive voter fraud in swing states that were headed for a Trump win, right before some globalist-sized pause button was pressed and the vote-counters went to bed instead of getting the job done.

The fraud seemed to happen right before our eyes.

Nevada stopped counting at 5:30 EST leaving the state too close to call. They didn’t plan to resume their count on this most important election in history until 11:30 EST. On what planet is that a reason or responsible course of action?

Wisconsin saw Trump clearly surging ahead until a vote dump from Milwaukee put Biden ahead by 317,251 to Trump's 134,555. Things are not adding up. In fact, it’s the sort of dodgy math you would expect a demented Biden to come up with. And apparently he has.

In Arizona, there are huge concerns over voter fraud involving the use of Sharpie pens handed out by election officials, but the use of Sharpie pen ink making ballots invalid. Voters are encouraged to track their ballots and ensure they were counted.

I wonder if it is easier as a foreigner and an outsider to find comfort in the darkness. Perhaps distance lends perspective. It is not a lack of emotional engagement on my part, having just returned from a brutal three months on the road in this fight for your President.

But I remain confident. I believe Trump has won this election. Florida, Ohio and North Carolina are bellwethers in this storm and they indicate the American people have defied the MSM, the pollsters and Big Tech —and chosen Trump for four more years.

Trump knows his enemy, knows how to beat them, and is already confident of success.

"We will win this. As far as I am concerned we have already won," Trump told supporters.

Our job right now is to trust him to do just that.


Hundreds Arrested in Minneapolis Protest Against Trump



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More than 600 marchers were arrested on Wednesday night after blocking traffic on I-94 in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. Earlier, several dozen protesters set off fireworks and spray-painted business storefronts leading to the arrest of 14.

The unrest occurred after Donald Trump demanded that counting ballots in some states be halted because state laws were being violated.

Fox News:

A few dozen protesters marched through the city’s Uptown neighborhood, lighting fireworks and carrying a banner that read “America is Over” as presidential election results started to come in.

The protesters also blocked traffic, spray-painted storefronts, and threw traffic signs and debris into the streets, police told Fox News in a statement.

Everything was fine until the mostly peaceful marchers started to shoot fireworks into the ranks of police.

Police at the scene maintained their distance from the protesters until members of the group shot firecrackers at officers and refused to obey orders, police spokesman John Elder said in the press release.

Police arrested 12 adult females and one adult male on suspicion of rioting. One adult female was also arrested for fourth-degree assault in addition to the rioting suspicion charge.

It’s an intriguing notion that after 140 million people went to the polls to elect the next president that this is an indication that “America is over.” If anything it shows we’re just getting started.

But most of the action last night happened on I-94 near downtown as hundreds of people spilled out on to the interstate playing chicken with drivers until the police finally closed the highway.


State troopers and Minneapolis police cited 646 people for walking on the highway and being a public nuisance after the protest that started on the streets of Minneapolis spilled onto 94.

No chemical irritants or force were used, and no one was hurt.

94 was shut down between Highway 280 in St. Paul and Interstate 35W in Minneapolis for hours while people were cited. The roadway finally reopened at 1:23 a.m.

The State Patrol and Minneapolis police were assisted by the Hennepin County Sherriff’s Office, University of Minnesota Police Department, and Metro Transit Police.

Under Minnesota law, it is illegal for pedestrian, bicycle, or non-motorized traffic to be on the freeway.

The state police felt it necessary to explain to the children why walking on a highway is dangerous.

This is a preview of what we’re in store for if Trump wins re-election. The kids will stomp their feet and throw a tantrum any time Trump does something they don’t much care for — which will probably be nearly every day. God help us if they get really mad.


Trump Wins Suit To Oversee Vote Counting in Pennsylvania



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A Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge overturned a lower court ruling and ruled that election observers can stand “within six feet” of the vote-counting process after the Trump campaign sued the state for “hiding the ballot counting and processing from our Republican poll observers.”

The Trump campaign had bitterly complained that election officials had kept their observers hundreds of feet away from the ballot counting. The ruling requires election officials to allow Republican observers to stand six feet away.

Pam Bondi reports that officials are playing games.

Washington Examiner:

The judge’s order demands that Philadelphia election officials allow “all candidates, watchers, or candidate representatives be permitted to be present for the canvassing process … and be permitted to observe all aspects of the canvassing process within 6 feet, while adhering to all COVID-19 protocols, including, wearing masks and maintaining social distancing.”

The Trump campaign declared the decision “a major victory for election integrity [and] election transparency,” which came after they filed a lawsuit to stop the vote tallying until they were granted “meaningful access” to oversee the counting. The campaign filed a similar suit in Michigan, filed a separate lawsuit in Georgia, and plans to demand a recount in Wisconsin.

We are seeing this sort of nonsense all over the country. It’s a simple matter of fairness — something Democrats say they’re all about. But in a lot of jurisdictions, belittling and humiliating Republicans is more important than being fair.

“As a result of this incredible legal victory, the lower court’s order has been reversed. Now, according to the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, ‘all candidates, watchers, or candidate representatives’ shall ‘be permitted to be present for the canvassing process’ and ‘be permitted to observe all aspects of the canvassing process within 6 feet, while adhering to all COVID-19 protocols, including, wearing masks and maintaining social distancing,'” he added. “For the good of the nation, every Pennsylvania county should follow the lead of this judge and provide access for observers to ensure transparency and integrity in Pennsylvania. That is the only way to ensure a fair, transparent election in which all Pennsylvania voters can have confidence their vote will count.”

The election officials are appealing the ruling of the Commonwealth judge to the state supreme court. They claim they’re not violating any laws by keeping Republican observers 100 feet away from the counting. And if it’s not illegal, it should be allowed. They say the observers will be a “danger” to election employees and the privacy rights of voters if they stand 6 feet away.

Getting to oversee the ballot-counting process is a good thing. But observers in Pennsylvania cannot challenge individual mail-in ballots. They can stand anywhere they want and it won’t make a difference if Democrats are cheating.


Deep State Highjacks Election into full-blown ‘Color Revolution’

Dr. Duke Pesta interviews Alex Newman, Senior Editor of The New American, to discuss Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's apparently last-minute vote gains in Wisconsin and Michigan edging him closer to the White House. Newman discusses numerous irregularities in the vote tabulation and how the election has the earmarks of the "Color Revolutions" that the Deep State globalists have engineered to steal elections overseas. Dr. Pesta and Newman both warn how Fox News undermines the integrity of both the elections and our constitutional republic, by serving as the Establishment's gatekeeper for so-called conservative news while constantly taking the wrong position when it matters most. 🇺🇸 The New American: