Dems Refuse To Follow Court Order For Ballot Counting

It’s been an interesting few days since the presidential race began and we are just witnessing the tip of the iceberg in election fraud. The downplaying of President Trump’s possible reelection is the same we’ve seen back in 2016, but this time around we’ve got a handful of legal battles.

There has been a ruling that members of the Trump campaign were allegedly not permitted to observe ballot counting in the Philadelphia Convention Center, despite a court order allowing them to do so. The Court order reversed the denied motion to allow close observation of the canvassing of ballots. It required that all candidates, watchers, or candidate representatives be permitted to be present for the canvassing process. They may be permitted within 6 feet while wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing. The Trump campaign officials called fraud as the President’s lead shrunk dramatically during the counting of mail-in ballots. 

Legal challenges arose after Trump campaign staffers Pam Bondi and Corey Lewandowski arrived with the court order Thursday morning giving them the right to stand 6 feet away from sorters instead of the allotted 20 feet. It was strange that the original allotted distance was 20 feet. If you are doing nothing wrong, it should be fine. 20 feet is nothing but another political game played by the left. It was another way to diminish transparency within the election. 

“Democracy dies in darkness. It’s time to go in and put some light on what’s happening,” said Trump campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski.

Lewandowski, along with several Philadelphia election officials, recently headed to the Pennsylvania Convention Center after reversing the court order where they’ll be observing the mail-in ballot counting process on behalf of the Trump campaign. They will be standing six feet away from the temporary workers to observe the count. 

When Trump campaign representatives arrived at the Convention Center, they were blocked from observing the count, despite the judge’s order. This flies in the face of democracy and gives the attorney for the city a lot to evaluate. Judge Michelle Hangley, former Democratic candidate, said that they were “evaluating” the Judge’s order and haven’t determined what it means yet.

The ballot counting in Philadelphia was halted due to these legal challenges and it is not clear when the counting was paused. It had resumed shortly after 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Winning Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes is enough to put Biden above the 270-vote. The Dems will do just about anything to win at this point, even if it means getting their hands dirty.

There’s a long legal battle ahead. Why is it always the Democrat-run cities that experience voting issues? Oh right, election integrity.