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Pennsylvania attorney delayed 2020 election investigative activities Friday until word came from Pennsylvania Supreme Court to stop work

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court yesterday delayed investigation into the results of the 2020 election in Pennsylvania’s Fulton County. We report this Friday afternoon. But there is more to this story.

On Friday we report the following.

BREAKING: Pennsylvania Supreme Court steps in and delays Fulton County, Pennsylvania 2020 election investigation

But there is more to this story. Newsweek reported yesterday:

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Tom King, an attorney representing Fulton County, told the AP in December that the purpose of inspecting voting machines is to determine if the machines used in the 2020 election were the same ones that had been certified by the state.

The inspection was scheduled to begin at a meeting that began at 1 pm Friday before Tom Breth, another county attorney, announced to those gathered that the state Supreme Court had halted the investigation, the AP added.

We have more information about this story. Of course, the Democrats and the Dominion are doing everything they can to stop this investigation, and this is to be expected, as it is what they have done at every step since before the election. but there is more

According to our source:

Attorney Tom King represents Fulton County, which requests the investigation. All he had to do was show up at the inquest yesterday, start the meeting on time, and get out of the way, so the forensic imaging of the Dominion machines could continue. Fulton County (his “client”) would have had their Dominion machines forensically copied and the job would have been completed in no time.

The investigators were primed and ready. They were going to videotape his actions so his work could be used in court. Everything was covered and ready.

But good old Tom King (who is paid by the Friendship Project) didn’t even come to the court-ordered forensic data imaging process. Instead, King reportedly attended a friend’s award ceremony in Harrisburg…while the most important event for his client in his year-long battle with Dominion and the Pennsylvania Secretary of State was taking place.

Instead of looking out for his client’s best interests, he sent another attorney from his firm, Attorney Tom Breth (pictured above), who “breathlessly” filibustered for 30 minutes while they kept the Dominion’s machines out. Fulton County so the Pennsylvania Senate investigative team could not get started. Once the forensic process begins, you can’t just stop it. The lawyers probably knew this.

The big robbery was waiting for the cameraman from the Secretary of State to arrive. Attorney Breth stopped it all by arguing with the Senate attorney to allow the PA Secretary of State (SoS) video guy to film the proceedings!

Note that the research team was already prepared to videotape their work. The only apparent reason the SoS team videotaped the event was to intimidate investigators into misleading them at a later date.

The good news is that the Palestinian Authority Supreme Court is expected to rule on this in the coming days and is expected to allow the investigation to continue.

The legislature has every right to investigate the machines used in the 2020 election and the county requests the investigation. If the court does the indefensible, there are other options that can be taken to move forward with the critical investigation on Monday.


Jewel Beaujolie

I am a fashion designer in the past and I currently write in the fields of fashion, cosmetics, body care and women in general. I am interested in family matters and everything related to maternal, child and family health.

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