Pennsylvania's Democrat run Department of State, in clear violation of state law, which prohibits the counting of mail-in ballots without a correct date, sent out a directive ordering all precincts to count undated or incorrectly dated mail-in ballots. However, unlike in 2020, when lawsuits were dismissed over such voting shenanigans, simply because they were filed after the election, Pennsylvania Republicans sued the Democrat run Department of State prior to our upcoming midterm election. Furthermore, Republicans won their case in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which ruled that Pennsylvania's Democrat run Department of State could not ignore state law and count illegal absentee ballots, as was done in the 2020 election all over America.
This lawsuit in Pennsylvania is just one example of the 73 lawsuits Republicans have been forced to file across the country to preserve the integrity of this year's midterm elections. According to Ronna McDaniel, the Chairwoman of the Republican Party, these lawsuits are being filed because voters "deserve election transparency."
While some lawsuits are not meeting with success, such as a court ruling in Arizona that prohibits dropbox monitoring designed to prevent "mules" from depositing stacks of harvested ballots into drop boxes, others are proving successful. For instance, consider these two examples. First, a New York Supreme Court judge has struck down a new state law designed to allow hundreds of thousands of noncitizens to vote. Second, a Michigan judge has ruled that the state's Democrat Secretary of State must roll back her new rules restricting election observers and poll watchers.
While Republicans argue that they are patriots, who are protecting the integrity of our upcoming midterm election, Democrats accuse Republicans of being racists, who are only trying to suppress the vote of minority voters. Think about it, to agree with Democrats one must believe that minorities are disproportionally inept at voting correctly, that noncitizens ought to have the right to vote, that the tabulating of ballots ought to be done behind the scenes and out of sight, and that all ballots, whether legal or illegal, genuine of fraudulent, should be counted.