In the face of numerous irregularities reported by President Donald Trump, the Pennsylvania House, approved a full audit of the 2020 presidential election.
The resolution was directed to the Legislative Committee on Budget and Finance, to conduct the audit and report back in early February, according to the local Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, on Nov. 19.
“The citizens of Pennsylvania have questioned the process involved in the 2020 general election,” the resolution states.
This audit will review the number of mail ballots received, discriminating between those accepted and those returned, also how many registered voters exercised their right to vote and how many unregistered, among multiple other specifications to be observed.
“There is no need to fear this Audit. I welcome it. We all should welcome it, to find out what went right and what went wrong,” said Bedford County Rep. Jesse Topper, the Republican sponsor of the resolution.
The 2020 presidential vote, considered to be the most important in history, is marked by the accusations of fraud.
In fact, the poll published by Vox and Data for Progress on Nov. 18 indicated that 75% of Republicans believe that there was fraud on the part of the Democrats, against President Donald Trump.
Moreover, the in-depth investigation conducted by the Trump campaign’s legal team revealed that the corruption of the electoral process would involve an extensive international network that deceived the electorate in many countries, including the United States, for decades.
This was also reported by the Canadian author, Matthew J.L. Ehret, who denounced Lord Mark Malloch-Brown as the leader with more than a quarter of a century of experience in these fraudulent processes, using the software of the multinational company Smartmatic.
Malloch-Brown is one of the associates and friends of the Hungarian-born speculator George Soros, who is dedicated to financing leftist movements around the world.
The core of the fraud that falsified or destroyed millions of votes in the United States is in the electronic vote-counting machines, managed by the company Dominion Voting Systems.
Malloch Brown-himself admitted that Smartmatic licensed its software to Dominion Voting System, according to a video captured in the Philippines, and attached to a recent tweet.
Mark Malloch Brown admite el acuerdo de licencia entre Smartmatic y Dominionhttps://t.co/HJKLLbBdNl
— CU //anon//LIBERTAD (@diferent_People) November 16, 2020
President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and his team said that the final result of the election will be Trump’s re-election by an overwhelming number of votes.
Despite incessant requests from the media to be provided with the evidence, it will only be handed over to the courts, where its eventual authenticity will be determined, thus restoring transparency to the U.S. electoral process.