An emergency application for a temporary restraining order to delay the certification of the November 8 election results in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, was filed yesterday, November 15, in Common Pleas Court, after officials were detoured for six hours on election day into a closed facility.
Observers from Pennsylvania filed a complaint against the Delaware County Board of Elections after county employees entered a locked facility for six hours on election night with the county’s ballots and v-drives. At the time, poll observers were prohibited from entering the building.
“The county also deleted 194 voter registrations that were deleted after election day whose ballots were counted,” Jom Hoft reported for Gateway Pundit, adding:
“That is the definition of voter fraud. It’s too bad we no longer have a DOJ or law enforcement who will investigate actions like this. They’re too busy plotting against Trump supporters.”
According to a press release from Bill Lawrence:
Allegedly, Delco Ballots Were Rerouted From the Counting Center — Yesterday, November 15th, an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order to delay the certification of the November 8 election results in Delaware County, Pennsylvania was filed in Common Pleas Court.
Plaintiffs Leah Hoopes, Gregory Stenstrom, and Nicole Missino want the certification halted until a hearing at which they will present evidence that the county detoured the election-night journey of the county’s physical ballots and v-drives for six hours into a closed building — which poll watchers were not permitted to enter — prior to transporting them to the centralized counting center at the Wharf Building in Chester.
Reread the sentence.
Physical ballots and v-drives were purportedly transported to a facility without observers for six hours before being transported to the counting center. This would break the chain of custody and violate the legislation requiring votes to be transported directly to the counting facility.
The plaintiffs claim they have evidence that the county shipped legitimate ballots to unverified voters and destroyed at least 2,778 mail-in ballot request records.
In addition, the plaintiffs claim they can demonstrate that the county deleted at least 194 voter registration records of individuals whose mail-in ballots were counted in the vote tally after Election Day and allowed a partisan third party to control and tabulate mail-in ballots.
Mrs. Hoopes and Mr. Stenstrom are election observers, whereas Mrs. Missino was the Republican candidate for the 165th State House District.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The motion includes affidavits from Joan Weber, Julie Yu and poll watcher Gavin Law describing what they have witnessed. They can be found here: AFFIDAVITS CONTINUE READING…