Trump Calls Into PA Election Hearing ‘they got caught’
President Trump called into a public hearing on concerns about alleged voter fraud issues in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
The president’s legal team members, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, participated in the hearing that was requested by State Senator Doug Mastriano and held by the Senate Majority Policy Committee chaired by Senator David G. Argall.
During the call, President Trump said the Democrats “cheated.”
“It would be easy for me to say, ‘oh, let’s worry about four years from now.’ No. This election was lost by the Democrats, they cheated, it was a fraudulent election.”
The president added, “they got caught” and he also complimented Giuliani for doing a great and important job.
"They got caught." – President Trump fires off on the perpetrators of 'fraud,' and applauds Rudy Giuliani for his efforts. https://t.co/VlT7z8drtO pic.twitter.com/aY0wnHVPHp
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) November 27, 2020
Comments made by Senator Mastriano during the hearing were strong.
Giuliani presented evidence on mail-in ballots where over 200,000 “were returned on the day they were mailed.”
Even more outrageous, according to Giuliani, “another 20,000 ballots were returned before they were mailed.”
This video is a bombshell…..any normal person can see this is absolute fraud of 800k votes……
Even the crowd gasps….. pic.twitter.com/33whoS3VSG
— Sol🎬 (@Solmemes1) November 26, 2020
The hearing attendees reacted to compelling testimony about the surge of votes in a short period of time that represented spikes on a chart.
When the votes from the spikes for the candidates were analyzed, Biden got about 570,000 votes and President Trump received about 3,200.
Despite all the evidence accumulating of serious voting irregularities in Pennsylvania, the anti-Trump media are dismissing the president’s case.
It’s outrageous for the media to ignore the evidence and then criticize the president and his legal team for seeking the truth.
The anti-Trump media are the enemy of the people.
Watch the entire hearing: