The 2020 election was like nothing anyone had ever seen.
President Trump and Joe Biden are fighting over contested states that will decide the winner.
Trey Gowdy put out one challenge on voter fraud that makes Joe Biden nervous.
“If there were mistakes made, intentional or otherwise, don’t you think we have a right to know it, and don’t you think there should be a responsibility to find it?” Gowdy asked on the latest episode of his podcast.
But Gowdy said that since it was the Trump campaign alleging voter fraud it was up tothem to prove that it took place.
“If there were no errors, no mistakes, no fraud, we had the right to know that, and it’s the responsibility of those who have alleged it to prove it,” he added.
Gowdy said the way to end the confusion going forward was to go back to all in-person voting.
“Give your residents all the time they need to vote beforehand, all the time they need, but quit accepting ballots days after the rest of us have stopped,” Gowdy added. “We should be accountable enough to one another, to our fellow states, and to our fellow citizens to get that vote in a timely fashion.”
Pennsylvania was the early focus of the Trump campaign’s voter fraud allegation.
Joe Biden led the President by about 45,000 votes, but The Epoch Times identified about 100,000 ballots of which the paper could not identify as having received before the deadline.
“Over 51,000 ballots were marked as returned just a day after they were sent out—an extraordinary speed, given U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times, while nearly 35,000 were returned on the same day they were mailed out. Another more than 23,000 have a return date earlier than the sent date. More than 9,000 have no sent date,” The Epoch Times reported.
The Epoch Times said Pennsylvania law allowed voters to request a ballot in person and submit it on the same day which could explain ballots with no send date.
But The Epoch Times explained that could not account for all of the ballots that appeared to have been sent out and received by election officials in ridiculously quick turnarounds that defy credibility.
“While it could also explain the ballots with the same sent and returned date,that appears to clash with the description of the database, which says the sent date is ‘the date the county confirmed the application to queue a ballot label to mail the ballot materials to the voter,’” The Epoch Times also reported.
The questions surrounding these 100,000 votes in Pennsylvania are just one reason why a thorough investigation into all allegations of voter fraud is necessary so Americans can have confidence that this election was on the up and up.
And that’s why Pennsylvania Republicans in the state legislature have called for an audit of the vote.
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