Election Officials In Pennsylvania County Just Flat Out Broke The Law In A Move That Would Make A Banana Republic Dictator Proud

It would appear that election officials are getting nervous that the Trump campaign has evidence of voter fraud and are now just dumping ballots into the count to cause chaos.

Election officials in Allegheny County (Pittsburg), have flat out violated election laws. Ballots were only supposed to be counted if they were postmarked on election day and received up until 72 hours after the polls close.

Officials just announced they are counting another 2,000 ballots without dates on them, oh and they just “found” another 17,000 provisional ballots.

Allegheny County is an important county not just for the President but also for implications in the House. A portion of the county is part of PA17 where a close election occurred between Democrat Rep. Connor Lamb and war hero Sean Parnell who was trying to flip the district red.

KDKA a local CBS affiliate reported:

On Tuesday inside the election warehouse on the North Side, staffers began processing ballots at 9:00 a.m. and continued working until 9 p.m. At around 3:00 p.m., there were roughly 27,000 outstanding ballots in Allegheny County.

The process happened in front of 18 observers who represented both Republicans and Democrats, according to county leaders. Outstanding ballots included military and overseas ballots, which could be received until 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Of the 29,000 ballots originally mailed to the wrong voters, 7,000 of those are still under review.

“Right now, we are doing a comparison of any spoiled or surrendered ballots at the polling locations to make sure they didn’t surrender their correct ballot and vote at the polls. So we want to make sure we do that prior to counting the 7,000,” said David Voye, the Allegheny County Elections Division manager.

There were also 17,000 provisional ballots that had not been opened yet and could start being processed as soon as Wednesday.

“We have to determine, number one, if they were registered. Number two, if the precinct they voted in is the right precinct. Number three, if they applied for an absentee or mail-in ballot, that it’s already been returned,” said Voye.

The only agenda item during the special Board of Elections meeting on Tuesday was about counting 2,349 ballots without dates.

The shenanigans going on in Pennsylvania would make the dictator of a banana republic proud. It’s no wonder lawsuits are starting to pile up, it appears that officials are just dumping ballots into the system to make everything harder to track.