PA Resolution Introduced to Decertify Election Results Based on ‘substantial irregularities’

Pennsylvania Republican legislators introduced a resolution calling the 2020 election results “in dispute” and for the governor and the Secretary of the Commonwealth “to withdraw or vacate the certification of presidential electors.”

The “RESOLUTION Disputing the 2020 General Election Statewide Contest Results” introduced by the state lawmakers is based on a number of voting irregularities surrounding mail-in-ballots.

President Trump’s legal team member Jenna Ellis explained the significance of the Pennsylvania resolution.

Under this scenario, the Pennsylvania state legislature which is controlled by Republicans could select state electors to back President Trump.

The resolution followed presentations by President Trump’s legal team including former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and other witnesses in a public hearing held in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, about alleged fraud in the state’s election.

According to Just the News, the resolution must be voted on before the legislative session ends on Monday.

Read the resolution here.

Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano is leading the effort and made comments on War Room Pandemic.

Mastriano also issued a press release describing the effort.

“Pennsylvanians want transparency and accountability with our electoral process – it is the hallmark of our American system to ensure that we the people select our government leaders, including the President of the United States,” said Mastriano. “As state legislators, we take our responsibility to guard and guarantee our constituents’ right to free and fair elections. I fought to defend this right for three decades…nothing is more sacred in our democracy.”

Mastriano’s aggressive actions challenging the irregularities in the 2020 vote was apparently not appreciated by Twitter and his account was temporarily suspended.

Twitter said the suspension of his account was a mistake.

For background, CNN described how state legislatures can select their delegates based on the Constitution.

Given the concerns about the integrity of the votes in Pennsylvania, the state legislature is taking the correct and Constitutional approach to select the electors for the state.