July 6, 2021
Pennsylvania state is considering gearing up for an election audit similar to the one that took place in Arizona. Senator Doug Mastriano explained his plan to the Republican senators in a private briefing.
“Following in the footsteps of Arizona’s Senate Republicans, Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled Senate is considering an investigation into how last year’s presidential election was conducted, a quest fueled by former President Donald Trump’s baseless claims that fraud was behind his loss in the battleground state.”
According to Dr. Peter Narvarro, “there are 992,467 possible illegal votes in Pennsylvania. That is 12x more than Biden’s victory margin.”
A detailed analysis of broken down numbers from Narvarro’s report states the facts behind this allegation and now a million fraudulent ballots are just an audit away.
Critics say an election audit is duplicative, "given the legal requirements for each county and the state to review election results for accuracy and investigate any discrepancies. Democrats, meanwhile, blame Trump and Republicans for spreading lies about the election that have sown distrust among voters."
The official rules of Pennsylvania’s Senate grants its committees broad authority to issue subpoenas to “any public agency” in the state.