PA Supreme Court Rules Ballot Signature Doesn’t Need to Match

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has all but put its stamp of approval on PA voter fraud.

On Friday, the court rules that ballots cannot be disqualified if the signed ballot does not match the signature on file for registration.

It was a unanimous ruling, which included the two conservative justices agreeing to the ruling.

The Ruling

Considering the makeup of the PA Supreme Court, which has five liberal justices, I am not surprised by the decision.

What is baffling, however, is how the conservative justices could agree to such a thing.

The unanimous ruling stated, “County boards of elections are prohibited from rejecting absentee or mail-in ballots based on signature comparison conducted by county election officials or employees, or as the result of third-party challenges based on signature analysis and comparisons.”

Now, while I understand signatures change over time, the signature should be representative of the signature on file.

This ruling basically ends any challenge Republicans could extend regarding voter fraud based on obviously fraudulent signatures on ballots.

It just opens the door to massive voter fraud in one of the states that will determine this election.

You can read more about this report on Breitbart.

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