Trump campaign spokesman claims Pennsylvania’s presidential election was ‘unconstitutional’ – here’s why

Trump campaign spokesman claims Pennsylvania’s presidential
election was ‘unconstitutional’ – here’s why 1

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh said the Pennsylvania presidential election was “unconstitutional” and that Republican voters received “disparate treatment.”

He made the comments during an interview with Harris Faulkner on Fox News Channel’s “Outnumbered Overtime.”

Pennsylvania, and especially Philadelphia, has been the epicenter for ire by Republican voters and the target of several high-profile voter fraud lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign.

Murtaugh explained:

“What they did in Pennsylvania was conduct, basically, an unconstitutional election.  Depending on where you were in the state and when you voted, you were treated differently.

“The fact is Democrat voters in Philadelphia were called and said, ‘You better come on in. There might be a problem with the mail-in ballot that you submitted, and they were invited to cast a provisional vote.’

Murtaugh was referring to pre-canvassing ballots before election day. He claims Republican voters were not given the same opportunity to cure ballots as Democratic voters in Philadelphia.  He said that Democratic voters were called by election officials if there was a problem with their ballot and given an opportunity to submit a provisional ballot.

He continued:

“This is before Election Day. That is not allowed. That is pre-canvassing a ballot before Election Day. Republican voters were not given that same opportunity. That is disparate treatment.”

He followed up by saying:

“If you voted in person in Pennsylvania, you were subjected to rigorous security standards: checking voter I.D. … signature matching.

“If you mailed in a ballot, which 2.65 million Pennsylvanians did, there were no such safeguards. You cannot have an election and treat different voters differently within the state.

“That is a violation of the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution, and it’s a very serious offense. And absolutely, we believe they are going to prevail on that suit, otherwise we wouldn’t have filed it.”

Pennsylvania has been ground zero for political news, clearly taking precedence over other election-controversial states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, and Georgia. The Presidential election depends on the outcome of these five states.

In Michigan, the Trump campaign has sued the state to stop ballot processing amid widespread reports of voter fraud.  If successful, this suit would delay the state’s certification of votes in the election.

This lawsuit echoes several others filed in the state outlining massive fraud involving vote-by-mail ballots, ballot counting, and Republican poll watchers being denied observation of the ballot count.

In Detroit, poll workers were seen covering up windows in a convention center to prohibit anyone from seeing inside and observing the vote-counting operation.

Previous suits outline the “glitch” reported in Antrim County, where 6,000 votes were switched from Trump to Biden because of a software program.  The same program was used in most of Michigan’s counties, and in other swing states.

In Wisconsin, similar suits are active.  These suits primarily revolve around manual recount demands in the state where record voter turnout was recorded.

In Georgia, a manual recount was just ordered by that state’s Secretary of State.  Voting “irregularities” center around Atlanta and surrounding Fulton County, and are tied to an inordinate number of mail-in votes for Joe Biden with little or no verification or corroboration.

In Nevada, the Trump campaign has pointed out several glaring issues.  More than 200,000 of the ballots mailed to Nevada voters – without being initially requested – were returned as undeliverable.  Without changing their strategy or voter alignment, ballots were again mailed out to the same addresses and people. 

The Trump campaign has accused Nevada election officials of allowing thousands of non-residents to vote in Nevada and has pointed out an alarming number of dead people casting votes.

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November 11, 2020

PENNSYLVANIA – As we approach the week following the most important election in our lifetime, anomalies continue to pop up in Pennsylvania.

The latest is the logs concerning mail-in ballots. On the surface, it seems straightforward, but as you dig a bit deeper you find many alarming incidents that lead to more and more questions about the legitimacy.

What’s comforting about a mail-in ballot is that you can fill them out at your own time. But in Pennsylvania, there were a record number of people returning their ballots the same day they received them.

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With hundreds of thousands of ballots in question in Pennsylvania, this race could be far from over.

Over 20,0000 absentee ballots have return dates that just defies logic, over 80,000 have return dates that should raise concerns, according to a researcher’s analysis of the state’s voters.

Over 50,000 ballots were marked as returned the day after they had been received. And another 35,000 were returned the same day.

As you dive deep into the publicly available data in Pennsylvania for mail and absentee ballots, you’ll find the record-keeping leaves a lot to be desired.

Numerous instances of people having their applications approved on the day of their birth were discovered, as far back as 1920. Many ballots were returned before they had ever been mailed out, and mail-in ballots returned with a ballot never being issued to the voter.

Even more interesting is the multiple cases of ballots being issued and returned on the same day the application had been filed.

Could all of these be human error? Absolutely.

But, the amount of error happening makes vetting impossible. Especially when turnout was as high as it was and how millions of ballots were mailed out.

The Trump legal team is claiming foul play and hopes to have their day in court.

His team is scrutinizing the Governor’s alleged illegal vote counting scandal and the thousands of people who had voted long after they died.

According to the USPS, the average time for a ballot to get mailed back is 2.5 days, so having ballots returned within that time frame does raise a lot of questions on ballot integrity. 

All the ballots in question make up four percent of all those issued by the state, more than enough margin for Trump to turn that state red again.

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