CIVIL WAR-Era Dead Voters Voted In Pennsylvania In 2020 Election, GOP Says

( According to the Republican Party in Philadelphia, hundreds of dead people voted in the presidential election. The news comes as the Trump campaign files several federal lawsuits that could change the results of the 2020 presidential election.

On Saturday evening, the Philadelphia GOP said that they had discovered through the state’s website that a minimum of 840 deceased people had voted in the 2020 presidential election. Hundreds of people who are listed as having voted on the state website are also over the age of 101, with at least 39 people being so old that they would have lived during the time of the Civil War.

A further 45 people, according to the data, were born in the 1800s.

The data is all there for everyone to see, too. While the media continues to say that claims of fraud are unfounded, state websites across the country show instances of dead people voting. It shows that people are absolutely willing to cast fraudulent ballots, and has prompted an investigation into the matter.

An amended lawsuit from the Public Interest Legal Foundation also claims that 21,000 deceased persons remain on the Pennsylvania voter rolls and were not removed in time for the 2020 election. It could mean that the results in the state were skewed in favor of the candidate chosen by those willing to cast the fraudulent ballots.

And let’s face it – we know which candidate that is.

Pennsylvania isn’t the only place heading to the courts over possible electoral fraud. Attorneys from the Public Interest Legal Foundation said that around 350,000 dead people are on the voter rolls in as many as 41 states across the country, with many other examples of people voting twice.

President Donald Trump’s campaign team have begun filing lawsuits, with most of those going public on Monday.