One of the biggest fights Trump has going right now is that election observers were not permitted to see the goings-on during the election.
In some cases, they were blocked from being admitted and in others, they were stationed so far away, they were unable to see the details of what was being processed.
The Trump campaign thought it had an open and shut case, but the liberal-oriented Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has ruled against the campaign on this issue.
Observers Don’t Need to See
The ruling is baffling, to say the least, and it completely undermines the idea of having election observers in place at all.
The court ruled that observers need merely to be in the room, not stationed close enough to counting to see.
The ruling cited Section 3146.8(g)(1.1) that authorized observers “be permitted to remain in the room in which the absentee ballots and mail-in ballots are canvassed.”
Since the statute does not specifically provide distance requirements, the decision was to rule against the Trump campaign complaint.
This is a pretty significant blow to Trump’s fight to flip the state of Pennsylvania, as there were allegedly 700,000 ballots that were counted without observers being given adequate access (according to the Trump campaign).
If observers don’t need to be close enough to truly observe what is going on, what is the purpose of having them in the first place?
And, why is everyone so afraid to investigate this election?
It makes it very difficult to see a path forward for Trump at this point, as he is losing far more battles than he is winning right now.
His only hope is that these cases are accepted by the United States Supreme Court and he wins those rulings.
As I have stated many times, the ultimate goal here is to ensure this and future elections are fair and honest, but liberal judges and Democrats seem to have zero interest in that right now.
They are all just trying to protect Joe Biden’s “win” rather than looking for the truth.