Every day more about the 2020 election steal is surfacing.
Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro and Democrats attempted to block the release of votersâ€™ information to the committee investigating the 2020 election.Â
A judge just denied this request.
.@JakeCorman on election integrity in PA:
â€œTodayâ€™s ruling upholds the General Assemblyâ€™s clear legal and constitutional authority to provide oversight of our election system"https://t.co/6vFp4pf1WN
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) January 12, 2022
A Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has denied a request by legislative Democrats and Attorney General Josh Shapiro to block the release of votersâ€™ information to the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee investigating the 2020 general election and 2021 primary.
The Senate committee subpoenaed the Pennsylvania Department of State in September for the personal information of about 9 million Pennsylvania voters as part of a review of the 2020 general and 2021 primary elections, led by Iowa-based firm Envoy Sage.
The Department of State, which oversees elections, partially complied with the subpoena but refused to provide votersâ€™ driverâ€™s license numbers and partial Social Security numbers the Senate committee contends is necessary to confirm votersâ€™ identities.
Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Bellefonte, commended the court for upholding the Senate committeeâ€™s authority to issue a subpoena for the voter information.
â€œTodayâ€™s ruling upholds the General Assemblyâ€™s clear legal and constitutional authority to provide oversight of our election system,â€ Corman said. â€œâ€¦ The Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee is conducting this review in a way that is transparent, fair and legally sound, and I am thankful this ruling completely validates our thoughtful approach to this deeply contentious issue.
Huge court win!
Now, it is time for the truth to comeout!
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