Pennsylvania Supreme Court steps in and delays Fulton County, Pennsylvania 2020 election investigation
Pennsylvania’s Democratic Secretary of State waited until the last minute to ask the state Supreme Court to step in and stop the election review of the 2020 results in Fulton County. Today they did.
The Penn-Star Capital reports:
A third-party inspection of Fulton County voting machines, scheduled for Friday as part of the Senate’s taxpayer-funded election investigation, was derailed, following a last-minute order from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that granted a request from the Wolf administration challenging the review.
Sage Envoy, the contractor hired by the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee to conduct the investigation, was set to inspect the county’s machines Friday afternoon when the court issued a stay, putting the process on hold until the Supreme Court makes a final decision. .
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The order came after a state judge rejected attempts by Dominion Voting Machines, Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, and state election officials to block the investigation unless it is conducted by an accredited inspector. Wolf’s administration also wants Fulton County and Envoy Sage to agree on a step-by-step protocol and reveal who will conduct the review.
Legislative Democrats and Attorney General Josh Shapiro also raised safety concerns with Envoy Sage in court challenges to a subpoena issued as part of the Senate investigation requesting voters’ driver’s license numbers and partial Social Security numbers.
“Dominion welcomes such reviews by accredited election entities,” the company said in a statement to Capital-Star. “We have made this expressly clear to county officials many times, including in legal filings. Unfortunately, this inspection does not meet existing federal or state requirements.”
Dominion compared the review in Pennsylvania to the controversial GOP-backed election investigation conducted by an inexperienced election auditing firm in Maricopa County, Arizona, last year.
The contractor selected to “evaluate” Dominion’s machines “has never been through any Voting System Testing Laboratory accreditation process to ensure its qualifications and credibility,” Dominion said in a statement.
Of course, Dominion doesn’t want any professionals near their machines. They use the excuse that they want certain professionals to look at their machines, but to date, inspections by the Preferred Domain have turned up nothing because their investigations and audits are to no avail.
A week ago we reported that Dominion machines should not have been used in the Pennsylvania election in 2020.
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