Pennsylvania rejects 372,000 mail-in ballots, leaving many voters confused: report

Pennsylvania rejects 372,000 mail-in ballots, leaving many voters confused: report gellerreport.com/2020/10/pennsy
Pennsylvania rejects 372,000 mail-in ballots, leaving many voters confused: report – Geller Report…
90% of those mail-in ballots, about 336,000, were denied as duplicates. It’s a clusterf**k.

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Pennsylvania rejects 372,000 mail-in ballots, leaving many voters confused: report

What’s it going to get just to secure a free and fair election? It is the bedrock of our Constitutional Republic. How much longer will the American people allow the Democrat complex to destroy our country, freedoms, livelihood, and security in their relentless war on America? The words of Abraham Lincoln to honor the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in order “that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth” have been usurped by Democrats who mean to impose their regime on the people, not for the people. Scroll this: Voter Fraud
Pennsylvania rejects 372,000 mail-in ballots, leaving many voters confused: report

One voter was alleged to have submitted 11 duplicates

By: The Blaze, October 17, 2020:

In the immensely critical battleground state of Pennsylvania, approximately 372,000 mail-in ballots were rejected. The situation perplexed many voters, but officials say there is an explanation for the confusion.

ProPublica and the Philadelphia Inquirer co-published a report on Friday discovering that 372,000 mail-in ballots were rejected. Overall, one out of every five requests for mail-in ballots were rejected, according to the report.

However, 90% of those mail-in ballots, about 336,000, were denied as duplicates. Geller Report read more

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