Yet another story of potential fraud in Pennsylvania. It’s absolutely out of control at this point America.
There are at least 21,000 dead people on the state of Pennsylvania’s voter rolls, according to an amended lawsuit filed on Thursday.
A lawsuit filed by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) alleges that there are at least 21,000 dead people on Pennsylvania’s voter rolls. The lawsuit claims that Pennsylvania failed to “reasonably maintain” their voter registration records under federal and state law in time for the 2020 presidential election.
The article goes on to state the following:
“As of October 7, 2020, at least 9,212 registrants have been dead for at least five years, at least 1,990 registrants have been dead for at least ten years, and at least 197 registrants have been dead for at least twenty years,” the lawsuit states.
The lawsuit alleges:
- 92 percent of the 21,000 dead people on Pennsylvania’s voter rolls died sometime before October 2019
- 216 dead people show voting credits after federally listed dates of death in 2016 and 2018
The report further notes that Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit against the state of Pennsylvania in April, for having over 800,000 inactive voters on its voter rolls.
Also, in May, Pennsylvania election officials admitted that duplicate ballots had been mailed out to voters, and they weren’t sure how many, but said the problem is under control. They explained that duplicate ballots would not be counted, and would be filtered using the identical bar codes on the labels.
In a separate report, the Daily Caller provided the following:
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), which is not associated with President Donald Trump’s campaign, filed the lawsuit Thursday arguing that Pennsylvania has failed to maintain voter registration records in violation of federal and state law, according to a press release. PILF alleged that in an October analysis it found at least 21,000 apparently deceased citizens on the state’s voter rolls, according to the complaint.
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