UPDATE again … yup, it’s going to be like this for a while folks.
So there was NO filing in the PA Supreme Court to overrule the ruling of the Commonwealth Court. They’re still allowed to watch.
UPDATE: PA Supreme Court Spokesperson says, “There is no filing in the Pa Supreme Court and the Court has NOT overruled any action by the Commonwealth Court. Again, the PA Supreme Court has NOT taken any actions on any Commonwealth Court case nor do they have any pending filings”
— Chelsea Koerbler (@ChelseaKoerbler) November 5, 2020
Sheesh, this is insanity. Seriously.
This is the same PA Supreme Court that allowed counting of votes 1) received three days after the election 2) without a clear postmark https://t.co/ZDI95NlIb3
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) November 5, 2020
So the PA Supreme Court overruled the Commonwealth Court …
It’s like they’re not even trying to hide it at this point.
This is pretty BIG out of PA:
BREAKING: Appellate court in PA this morning ruling guarantees GOP observers can watch the ballot counts. They had been pushed away 16 sometimes 100 feet away. "I can't stress enough how big a victory this is." Justin Clark, Trump Deputy Campaign Manager #Election2020 #VoteCount
— Carrie Sheffield (@carriesheffield) November 5, 2020
This is, as Trump would say, YUGE for him in PA.
They were being pushed as far as 100 feet away? C’mon, man!
Interestingly enough, when Jason Miller tried to share this same information Twitter censored his tweet.
What on Earth is disputed or misleading about an election or other civic process?
They’re not even trying to hide it anymore.
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