Republican efforts against voter fraud in Pennsylvania were positively addressed by a judge, who ordered a halt to the certifications until the Nov. 27 hearings are heard. 

Judge Patricia McCullough responded to the lawsuit arguing the violation of the state constitution with the law that allows the absentee ballot without excuse but ignoring the specific cases in which it is allowed, according to Fox News on Nov. 25. 

“To the extent that certification of the 2020 general election results … for the office of President and Vice President of the United States of America can be perfected, the defendants are preliminarily barred from doing so, pending an evidentiary hearing,” McCullough ruled.

The lawsuit was filed by Pennsylvania voters, including Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.). 

Additionally, the Trump campaign expects Pennsylvania to decertify the statewide vote count results when they appeal the dismissal of another lawsuit filed in the state. 

In another case, Democratic voters were incorrectly granted the ability to amend the absentee ballots, that had real or supposed errors in the form. It is also alleged that over 680,000 ballots were counted without proper observation.

President Trump’s legal team announced that public hearings would be held in the Pennsylvania Senate and the Arizona and Michigan legislatures.

The goal is to present evidence of voter fraud, and the first was presented today in Pennsylvania. Attorney Jenna Ellis reiterated her team’s commitment to election transparency. 

“There were serious irregularities, we have evidence of fraud in several states, and it is important for all Americans to have faith in our electoral process,” Ellis said, according to Fox News. 

She emphasized, “All we’ve wanted from the beginning is to count every legal vote and discount every illegal vote.”

Although Pennsylvania and Arizona have certified Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, the power to decide a contested election lies with the state legislatures. 

“State legislatures are uniquely qualified and positioned to hold hearings on election irregularities and fraud before voters are elected,” President Trump’s campaign said.

The 2020 presidential election is considered historical, but it was marred by numerous large-scale fraud against President Trump, whose legal team is working hard to uncover the crimes.

Despite having the media and Big Tech like Twitter and Facebook against him, motivation is high. They are confident that President Trump will continue for four more years in the White House.  

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