SCOTUS Allows Pennsylvania to Accept Absentee Ballots 3 Days After Election, Even If Not Postmarked

Chris Menahan
Oct. 19, 2020

Trump-bashing Supreme Court Justice John Roberts on Monday sided with the Democrats in a 4-4 Supreme Court decision to allow Pennsylvania to accept absentee ballots a full three days after Election Day, even if they're not postmarked!

From CNN:
Mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania will be counted if they are received three days within Election Day, even if they do not have a postmark, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Four justices dissented from the order, signaling that the court was equally divided, with Chief Justice John Roberts siding with the court's three liberals.

The ruling is a loss to state Republicans who sought to require that only ballots received by Election Day be counted.
This opens the door to even more voter fraud and aids Democrats plot to stage a Color Revolution.

The decision came the same day a new poll showed Biden's lead evaporated in Pennsylvania to just one point.

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