Trump Tries to Disrupt Pennsylvania Voting But AG says that “We will not let anything interrupt that process of counting”
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said “the campaign is over,” in response to Trumps’ administration demand to stop counting votes.
Moreover, the Republican Attorneys General called on Shapiro to “step aside” from the process after he called voters to find PADems Voter Assistance for help.
"The outcome of these elections in Pennsylvania must not be muddled with this glaring conflict of interest. Again, I urge Josh Shapiro to step aside and put an end to flagrant partiality inherent in his dual roles.” - @Heidelbaugh4AG— RAGA (@RepublicanAGs) November 4, 2020
Such statements make the losing side very nervous, because Donald Trump is confident that Pennsylvania is red. Trump's tweets about election theft were flagged as “misleading,” and a lawsuit was later filed demanding a recount of ballots as Republicans “did not have meaningful access.”
Our lawyers have asked for “meaningful access”, but what good does that do? The damage has already been done to the integrity of our system, and to the Presidential Election itself. This is what should be discussed!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 4, 2020
Despite Trump leading Pennsylvania by 250,000 votes, millions of ballots are still pending.
Trump supporters protest and shout "Stop the Count" in Michigan.
Image: Gage Skidmore