The hearing in Pennsylvania that took place last Wednesday was a huge success. It convinced people that at least some type of fraud had taken place.
The Trump campaign presented their evidence to the Pennsylvania state legislatures and had many witnesses to back up their evidence. It was shocking, to say the least.
Team Trump also had a data analyst present to discuss the very sketchy numbers.
It was all very effective. It was so effective that Senator Doug Mastriano introduced a joint resolution to strip the Secretary of States’ power to appoint presidential electors.
If everything goes as planned, the Pennsylvania legislature will declare the results as “disputed,” and they’ll refuse to send electors
. The Secretary of State will lose their ability to intervene, and it will then go to SCOTUS. This means that if they win, Pennsylvania’s electors will go to neither side.
And if just a few more states where fraud was suspected happened that were called for Biden end up doing the same, the election would go to the House, and Trump would win in the end.
Following the Trump campaign’s success in Pennsylvania, Arizona also agreed to hold a hearing for Trump’s lawyers, which took place this Monday.
According to Republican members of the Arizona State Legislature, the hearing is designed “to gather the evidence that justifies calling a special session to contemplate what happened and take immediate action accordingly.”
“We are pleased that the State Legislatures in Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Michigan will be convening hearings to examine the November 3rd presidential election,” Ellis said in a statement provided by the Republican lawmakers.