Democrats conditioning Pennsylvania voters to accept delays in vote count while also accusing Republicans of “laying the groundwork” to deny election results. We all know what they are about to attempt!
Posted BY: Jamie White
The campaign for stroked-out Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman warned Pennsylvania voters to prepare for a “long week” of vote counting after the midterm elections on Tuesday.
“Buckle up for a long week. This race is close, and we should all be prepared for a process that takes several days before all eligible votes are properly counted and the results are clear,” the Fetterman campaign announced in a memo on Monday.
BREAKING: Fetterman campaign issues memo warning of a 'long week' for a 'process that takes several days' before results are in – lashes out at Mastriano, Tucker, Trump, Ted Cruz pic.twitter.com/1cNETmhhqv— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 7, 2022
The Fetterman campaign pointed to the 2020 election as evidence that the 2022 midterm election will also take days to report the results.
“Flashback to two years ago: the 2020 presidential race was not called in Pennsylvania until nearly four days after polls closed,” the Fetterman campaign stated.
“It could take that long again this cycle. It takes time to count ballots in Pennsylvania, and counties report their own results.”
What the memo didn’t mention is that part of the reason the Pennsylvania 2020 election took so long is that the state inexplicably stopped counting votes at 1:30 AM on Nov. 3.
The Fetterman campaign also accused former President Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson, Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R), and Republican candidates Doug Mastriano and Dr. Mehmet Oz of preparing to “challenge the results” with “conspiracy theories” about the integrity of the election results.
“Election Day is almost here, and Republicans are already laying the groundwork to potentially spread false conspiracy theories about the likely ‘red mirage’ of ballot processing in Pennsylvania,” the campaign stated.
“The reality is Pennsylvania law means in-person votes that skew Republican tend to disproportionately be counted and reported before Democratic-leaning mail-in ballots.”
This comes after Acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman (D) also warned voters to prepare for delays in the vote count.
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