Pennsylvania Vote Fraud Investigation Will Include Sworn Testimony, Subpoenas For Ballots, Maybe Machines — Leo Knepper of Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania interviewed state Sen. Chris Dush (R-25), Sept. 7, regarding the investigation into the numerous irregularities in the 2020 Election in the Keystone State.
Knepper only distributed via email yesterday, Sept. 17.
Dush chairs the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee.
Dush was insistent on his preference about calling what his committee was doing an investigation rather than an audit.
“I understand Arizona did what they called a forensic audit. Arizona’s constitution and laws are different than Pennsylvania’s,” Dush said. “For the (Pennsylvania) Senate to conduct an investigation it has to be an investigation. Audits are a form of investigation but not all investigations are audits.”
Dush said his committee will have a “deep and thorough dive” into what happened in 2020 and in the 2021 primary election.
Dush cited the numerous, unprecedented problems that occurred in the state.
He said he is going to be handling the matter like an investigator.
“It’s in my background,” he said.
He said he is going to demand sworn testimony. He cited the Nov. 25 hearing in Gettysburg as being problematic as witnesses to vote fraud and election law violation had not been under oath.
He said the committee has established this website at which those who witnessed irregularities may report them and apply to testify.. All wishing to testify must do so under oath and subject to penalties of perjury, Dush said.
“This is going to be done as a legal investigation so that if necessary, the testimony, the evidence, everything will stand up in court,” he said.
He also said subpoenas will be issued to examine the ballots and, likely, the machines.
He says he will treat the matter more as a district attorney rather than a politician and will not reveal findings until appropriate.
Here is the interview on YouTube. As of now, it has only 25 views. It’s about a half-hour long and worth watching at least in part.
Pennsylvania Vote Fraud Investigation Will Include Sworn Testimony, Subpoenas For Ballots, Maybe Machines