SCOTUS Allows Pennsylvania to Accept Absentee Ballots 3 Days After Election, Even If Not PostmarkedChris Menahan
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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!
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.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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