Delco Vote Fraud Case Before Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court — Leah Hoopes and Gregory Stenstrom will have their appeal heard 9:30 tomorrow morning at Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg of a Jan. 11 ruling by Delaware County Common Pleas Court Judge John Capuzzi that was hoped by the powers-that-be would shut up all discussion of massive voting irregularities in Delco in the 2020 election.
Leah and Greg — who were Delaware County Board of Elections certified poll watchers and observers at the counting center — say that they were prevented by Capuzzi of having an evidentiary hearing and discovery regarding their claims that that the chain of custody for ballots was shattered in Delco, and the USB drives containing records from voting machines disappeared.
They said that Capuzzi would not allow discovery to see ballots and envelopes.
Capuzzi dismissed the case with prejudice and awarded attorney fees to the county Board of Elections, which was the defendent.
Leah says the fees are now up to $50,000.
Leah says she and Greg are also defendants — along with President Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, Phil Kline and The Thomas More Society — in a defamation suit filed by James Savage of Chester, who is head of the Delaware County Voting Machine Office.
The suit has been strangely filed in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court, despite nobody involved living in Philly and the matter occurring in Delaware County.
Anyway, Leah and Greg still need financial assistance. Contributions can be made at https://givesendgo.com/protectingyourvote.