PA Supreme Court Rejects His “Claim” of Voter Fraud, Despite Clear Evidence

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the Trump campaign’s claim that Philadelphia violated state election law in the way it handled observers at a city ballot counting center.

The ruling is likely to undercut the Trump campaign’s case in federal court, where Rudy Giuliani joined a hearing Tuesday to argue on behalf of President Donald Trump’s effort to contest the election results in Pennsylvania, baselessly alleging “widespread national voter fraud.”

According to NBC News, President-elect Joe Biden won the state by more than 74,000 votes.

Giuliani claimed that one of the main problems in Pennsylvania is that Republican election observers weren’t allowed to get close enough to the vote counting tables in Philadelphia to get any meaningful idea of what was going on.

NBC News

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