Swing State Doesn’t Even Know How Many Residents Voted

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Although it’s been over a month since the November 3 election, President Trump has yet to concede. In fact, his battle to contest the election “results” continues, as he promises a big development on January 6. But the media has all but written the story off, ready for what would be a pathetic and uninspiring Joe Biden administration.

(Notice how nobody cares or seems excited about Biden entering the White House? Not even Joe?)

In the days and weeks following the election, ample evidence came out of several key states that suggested their counts were less than accurate. The evidence only grew, convincing many Americans that not only did election officials screw the pooch, but massive fraud occurred on a wide scale. Yet mostly Republican-controlled state legislatures refused to acknowledge this obvious crisis and voted to confirm bogus results.

With the fate of Congress’s vote in question, we are now learning that at least one key state is admitting what we’ve known since November 4.

The state of Pennsylvania is still uncertain just how many residents voted in the 2020 election, a state official revealed this week, amid allegations of discrepancies between ballots and voter rolls in the battleground state…

“A comparison of official county election results to the total number of voters who voted on November 3, 2020 as recorded by the Department of State shows that 6,962,607 total ballots were reported as being cast,” a press release announcing the findings said, “while DoS/SURE system records indicate that only 6,760,230 total voters actually voted.”

But Murren in her statement and in interviews with Just the News revealed that, even as the year comes to a close nearly two months after the election itself, the state is still ultimately not in possession of the exact number of voters who cast a ballot in Pennsylvania this year. [Source: Just the News]

Over 200,000 votes were cast than actual voters? That’s a big, big, big, big, BIG problem. The group who released this information is Pennsylvania’s Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors—which is run by the state’s Bureau of Election Security and Technology. Yet the leftist spokesperson for the Department of State claims the information is an “uninformed, lay analysis combined with a basic lack of election administration knowledge.”

Uh, that sounds like pathetic wheel sputtering if I’ve ever heard it. When a state-run agency devoted to election security says there are 200,000+ more votes than voters, we can conclude massive fraud took place. The same spokesperson that tried to dismiss the report had to admit her office didn’t have an “exact number of voters” who voted this year.

Really? That sounds like a bald-faced lie. She would only say that, because her office does have the numbers but refuses to say—because it would confirm the SURE report.

How can the state department certify the results of the election, claiming Biden won fair and square, when they don’t even know how many people voted!? If you can’t get a final tally on that, why should we trust the number of legal votes counted?

Do you see the kind of nonsense going on this election? The media and left keep pushing the line that no fraud occurred. Yet when pressed for information, we keep discovering these kinds of things.

Sounds like January 6 is going to be a very interesting day.