Republicans In Pennsylvania Report Finding An ‘Alarming Discrepancy’ In The 2020 Vote Count

Republicans in Pennsylvania are raising an alarm about the vote count almost two months after the election.

It seems there is a massive difference between the vote count and Biden’s supposed win.

Will the mainstream media pay attention to this? Probably not, but the American people will.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Pennsylvania Republicans find ‘alarming discrepancy’ twice the margin of Biden’s victory

Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania say an “alarming discrepancy” in the presidential vote count is two times larger than the margin of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the state.

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Their analysis, released on Monday by state Rep. Frank Ryan and more than a dozen colleagues, found different vote counts when comparing Election Day data from counties and the Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors, or SURE, system used by Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar. They also raised suspicions about there being tens of thousands fewer votes in the presidential race than overall ballots.

Boockvar, a Democrat, cast the analysis as yet another misinformation effort designed to cast doubt on the integrity of the election. Wanda Murren, a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of State, told the Washington Examiner that the “so-called analysis was based on incomplete data.”

President Trump seized on the GOP assessment, tweeting that the findings were more proof that the election was stolen from him…

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This seems like kind of a big deal.

Do Democrats and the media really think everyone is just going to forget all of this in the coming months and years?

It’s not going to happen.


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