Penn State Senator Doug Mastriano Responds to Democrat Gov. Wolf and State Leaders Attempting to Prevent Forensic Audit – Tells Them to Pound Sand


By Jim Hoft

Published July 12, 2021 at 11:22am

Last week Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano announced he was initiating a full forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election on several Pennsylvania counties.

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This news obviously shocked the Democrat state leaders in Pennsylvania.

Late Friday the Pennsylvania Department of State issued a directive prohibiting county election boards from cooperating with the Senate’s election audit.

According to the directive from the Secretary of State’s office:

▪️ Elections officials may not turn over election material to third parties.

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▪️ Any equipment turned over to a third party cannot be used again in an election.

▪️ The state will not reimburse counties for the cost of replacement equipment.

Senator Doug Mastriano later posted a video response to the overreach by the Secretary of State.

And on Monday Sen. Doug Mastriano released a statement telling Governor Wolf and the far left state leaders to pound sand.

The forensic audit will continue.

Despite attempts of obstruction by the Wolf Administration and the Attorney General, the Intergovernmental Operations Committee will press forward in the pursuit of a forensic investigation:

— Senator Doug Mastriano (@SenMastriano) July 12, 2021

Here is a copy of Senator Mastriano’s letter.

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