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2020 Was Only The Beginning: 2022 Is The Year Of The Big Steal In Pennsylvania

by Charles “Sam” Faddis
January 12, 2022

In November 2020, Pennsylvania held an election. Pursuant to Act 77, a bill passed inexplicably in 2019 by a Republican-controlled legislature, the state implemented mass, no excuses mail-in voting. Decisions by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the partisan Secretary of State subsequently stripped out what few safeguards the legislature had bothered to implement.

The result was predictable. Opportunities for fraud were everywhere. One report, compiled after the election was over, found that the number of votes counted was more than 200,000 higher than the number of people who actually voted. Two hundred thousand votes somehow seemed to have appeared out of thin air.

No one in Harrisburg cared. Fourteen months later the legislature has made no move to return the state to in-person voting. An “audit” of the vote drags on with no discernible impact and with no clearly defined goals. Pennsylvania, it appears, intends to go into the 2022 election without fixing any of the issues manifested in 2020.As the Republicans slumber, however, the Democrats are moving with dispatch. What happened in 2020 was only the beginning.

January 14th, 2022|Categories: Articles|0 Comments

In Pennsylvania The Fix Is In

by Charles “Sam” Faddis December 30, 2021

The Secretary of State in Pennsylvania has responsibility for overseeing the integrity of the electoral process. Or, at least that used to be the case. Now it appears that the job of the Secretary of State is to ensure that the Democratic Party takes control of all aspects of state government and to manipulate the electoral apparatus as much as necessary to make sure that happens.

Governor Tom Wolf is in his last year. Pennsylvania is in the runup to crucial 2022 elections. A court case challenging the state’s mail-in voting provisions shows every indication of succeeding and taking the state back to a traditional system grounded in in-person voting by individuals whose identity has been established. That development threatens the entire thrust of Democratic efforts in Pennsylvania, which have been focused on “broadening” the electorate and dramatically loosening controls on who can vote and how.

So, Governor Wolf has brought in the fixer, Leigh Chapman to be his new Secretary of State. In this capacity, she will have broad power to make the rules governing the next election. Chapman comes to the job from running a group called Deliver My Vote. Not surprisingly, the whole mission of Deliver […]

December 31st, 2021|Categories: Articles|0 Comments

The Fight For Election Integrity (Interview with Leah Hoopes and Greg Strenstrom 11/11/2021)

The following interview with 2 courageous fighters for Election Integrity, Leah Hoopes and Greg Strenstrom, was broadcast on Thursday. They explained about their election lawsuit in Delaware County, outside of Philadelphia, the last remaining election lawsuit in Pennsylvania.

Also, please support their legal struggle against the Stolen Election of 2020 by donating to their “Protect the Vote” fund at www.givesendgo.com/Protectingyourvote!

November 13th, 2021|Categories: Articles|0 Comments