Pennsylvania GOP Lawmaker Claims Democratic Officials Worked To ‘Tip The Scales’ To Biden


Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar have done everything they can in the way of “changing the rules” to help Joe Biden, state Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman claimed Friday

Corman, a Republican, charged on “America’s Newsroom” that the executive branch’s actions caused the integrity of the election to be compromised.

“The integrity of this election is called into question. I don’t have evidence of any misdoing,” Corman told host Trace Gallgher, “but all their actions are leading to us wondering why they didn’t want people watching this process and didn’t allow poll watchers in the pre-voting, or getting close enough to see what was going on.”

Hours before the election, Boockvar issued updated guidance to counties about how they should collect and separate ballots arriving after 8 p.m. ET on Election Day.

In addition, Boockvar’s office issued orders that largely eliminated the ballot signature verification requirement. Pennsylvania officials also ordered that ballots arriving before Friday evening should be accepted but segregated if they are either postmarked by Election Day or lack a postmark.

Boockvar has pushed back on calls by Corman, Senate President-Pro-Tempore Joe Scarnati, R-Jefferson, and Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin, to resign amid the electoral chaos playing out in Philadelphia and around the state, claiming Republicans  “don’t like” the idea of counting late ballots because “they don’t like anything that allows more eligible voters to be enfranchised.”

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