A group of 17 Pennsylvania Republican legislators discovered 202,377 “more votes cast than voters voting,” when they compared the county data with the Nov. 3 State Uniform Register of Electors (SURE).

“These numbers just don’t add up, and the alleged certification of Pennsylvania’s presidential election results was absolutely premature, unconfirmed, and in error,” the lawmakers said, according to the Dec. 28 alternative News Net. 

The huge discrepancy is more than double the 80,555 votes with which Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was certified as the winner of the 20 votes in the state’s Electoral College. 

President Donald Trump tweeted the news, saying the finding turned Pennsylvania’s results in his favor. 

“Breaking News: In Pennsylvania there were 205,000 more votes than there were voters. This alone flips the state to President Trump,” he wrote.

The congressmen’s statement points out the institutions and officials who intervened in the questionable vote-counting process. 

“These findings call into question the accuracy of the SURE system, consistency in the application of the Pennsylvania Election Code from county to county, and the competency of those charged with oversight of elections in our Commonwealth.”

Likewise, he mentions other fraudulent handlings that concern them, and that have been repeated in at least the other five states against which lawsuits were filed claiming electoral transparency. 

“We were already concerned with the actions of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Executive branch, and election officials in certain counties contravening and undermining the Pennsylvania Election Code by eliminating signature verification, postmarks, and due date …”

And they added, “While allowing the proliferation of drop boxes with questionable security measures and the unauthorized curing of ballots, as well as the questionable treatment of poll watchers, all of which created wholesale opportunities for irregularities in the 2020 presidential election,” according to News Net.

Twitter user, @atrdchris, accompanied one of his tweets with a photo of the statement issued by the legislators, which shows the comparative table of the total votes provided by the counties and those registered in the SURE. 

Nearly two months after the presidential elections were held, the president has not yet been officially announced for the next four years.

The electoral process has been shaken by an enormous series of frauds and by the suspicious inactivity of the people that are supposed to solve them.

The next big date that will mark a milestone in the eventful election will be Jan. 6, and all eyes are turned expectantly toward Vice President Mike Pence, who will have a decisive role to play before the presidential inauguration occurs on Jan. 20, the final date enshrined in the National Constitution.

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