Election day is upon the nation, but due to Democrat advocacy, it’s unlikely that the final election results will be tabulated until after November 3. Pennsylvania is one of the states in which Democrat strategists campaigned relentlessly to delay the counting of ballots, but their plan may have backfired.
The Daily Wire reported on Monday that seven red counties in Pennsylvania — one of the most critical swing states — will not count mail-in ballots until after election day, which could end up dealing a huge blow to Democrats in the end.
These seven counties — Beaver, Cumberland, Franklin, Greene, Juniata, Mercer and Montour, all swung red in 2016, and are likely to do so again in this election.
Election officials in these counties declared that a lack of time and resources will force them to tabulate roughly 150,000 mail-in ballots after November 3.
NBC News noted that Donald Trump won the state by only 44,000 votes in 2016, so despite the mainstream media’s attempts to downplay the significance of these counties, the numbers say otherwise.
Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes could make or break the election, so the importance of winning the state cannot be understated, and the delay in counting 150,000 votes could entail a nasty surprise for Democrats confident that Biden’s slim polling lead will carry him to victory.
The prospect of a post-election surprise suddenly has Democrat officials in Pennsylvania pushing for the final results of the state’s election to be counted by the end of election day.
Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said on Sunday that she expects “the overwhelming majority of ballots in Pennsylvania, that’s mail-in absentee ballots as well as in-person ballots, will be counted within a matter of days,” though she revealed on Friday that she’s pushing the Trump counties to begin counting on Tuesday.
“Even if you could only do part [of the process], to get started as early as humanly possible on Election Day matters for every single county of any size.” She said at the time. “I want every one of them starting it on Election Day.”