Major Pennsylvania Vote Controversy Ignored By Media — The Pennsylvania State House announced, yesterday, Dec. 28, that county tally of votes from Nov. 3 was 202,377 more than those recorded as having voted by the Pennsylvania Department of State’s Statewide Uniform Registry of Voters (SURE).
State Rep. Russ Diamond (R-102) says the county tallies declare 6,962,607 votes cast — only 6,931,060 in the presidential race — while SURE calls for 6,760,230 votes cast with the presidential race equaling total votes cast.
The DOS website, however, reflects 6,949,423 votes including fully and partially counted provisional ballots.
Biden’s claimed margin of victory in the state is 80,555.
The audit was led by State Rep. Frank Ryan (R-101), a certified public accountant, using data downloaded directly from SURE.
What have we heard from the state’s major media? Here’s the link to Philadelphia Inquirer’s top stories. Not a mention as of 11:09 a.m., Dec. 29.
WJAC-TV of Harrisburg did a fair story, though, which included a response from the Department of State, saying the Republican audit was based on incomplete data as Philadelphia, Allegheny, Butler and Cambria counties have not yet submitted voter histories into the SURE system.
Diamond, however, has posted images from Lebanon County showing significant discrepancies between SURE and county tallies. Something was seriously wrong with this election.
Major Pennsylvania Vote Controversy Ignored By Media