If this doesn't blow the top off election fraud in Pennsylvania last November, I don't know what will. Remember, President Trump was leading the vote in that state until Delaware County submitted its votes - and now we know those votes were, to put it mildly, corrupt as hell. The Gateway Pundit reports:
An election whistleblower in Delaware County, Pennsylvania released video evidence of the destruction of election data, documents, and equipment by election officials in the 2020 presidential election on Wednesday night.
The videos show election officials admitting to each other that their actions were illegal, even “a felony.” But the officials decided to destroy the election evidence anyway.
In one video James Allen, the Director of Elections Operations is seen in a backroom telling officials to destroy evidence knowing it was a felony.
in another video, Tom Gallager, a lawyer for Delaware County, is seen destroying election tapes — a felony.
There's more at the link. The Pundit report also quotes Brian Cates on the incident:
So right after a legal Right to Know request was filed, these Delaware County election employees marched straight to where they were hiding these election records and equipment and destroyed it all. And somebody got it all on camera. WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU???!!!
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SOMEBODY SET THEM UP. SOMEBODY BAITED THEM WITH THE RIGHT TO KNOW FILING AND THEN CAUGHT THEM ALL ON CAMERA WHEN THEY DESTROYED THE ELECTION RECORDS AND EQUIPMENT. Can you people see where this is going?
This isn’t just about the destruction of the November 2020 election records; these corrupt county officials then engaged in a criminal conspiracy to create fake election records to hide what they did.
The Delaware District Attorney, state Attorney General Shapiro and the Department of Justice all failed to act. Whoops. Now they’re trapped.
I'd love to see how the Biden administration and its surrogates in Pennsylvania will try to spin this one. If this doesn't result in criminal convictions, the overturning of the election result in Delaware County, and imprisonment for those involved, then I think we can accept that the rule of law is effectively dead there. If that's the case, well, to paraphrase President Bush the Second, instead of bringing the guilty to justice, we'll just have to bring justice to them.