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EXPOSED: Pennsylvania Democrat Election Officials Set Up Potential for Massive Fraud

Updated: Nov 2, 2022

There is a lot of information coming out of Pennsylvania right now, possibly exposing a potential scheme to allow massive amounts of "unverified voters" to be counted in the general election. Let's take a look at some of the evidence exposing this claim.

  • It has been learned that Pennsylvania sent out 250,000 ballots to voters who were registered without verification of their identity.

  • Since 2018, a directive was given to counties from the Secretary of the Commonwealth's Office instructing counties to register voters without verification of identity.


  • As of October 28, state records of the 2022 Mail Ballot Data shows that counties have already mailed over 250,000 ballots to people who have not had their identification verified.

  • During the State Government Committee Hearing on September 14th, Representative Francis Ryan asked Deputy Secretary of Elections Jonathan Marks to explain the large number of requests submitted to the Social Security Administrations Help America Vote verification system.

  • Marks testified that the Help America Vote verification system was being used to verify the last 4 digits of Social Security numbers for mail ballot applications.

  • Marks also testified that if a person submits an invalid Driver's License Number or invalid last 4 digits of their Social Security number, the counties must still send a mail ballot to the requester, even though their identification has not been verified.

  • Marks stated, "I want to make sure we're clear about the distinction between the two processes. For Voter Registration, there is no federal requirement or state requirement that those numbers match or that every voter has to have one of those two numbers. With Mail in Voting, it is a requirement. If when you apply, your Driver's License number cannot be verified, or your last 4 Social Security digits cannot be verified, the county CAN STILL ISSUE THE BALLOT, but the ballot doesn't count unless the voter provides a valid form of identification, either a Driver's License number, the last 4 digits of their social, or one of the other forms of ID provided for the statute."

  • 12 Days after this testimony, on September 26, the Pennsylvania Department of State (Commonwealth) sent out a guidance directive stating that the State MUST verify the identification of a voter BEFORE sending out the ballot.

  • The State Department directive stated, "Before sending the ballot to the applicant, they County Board of Elections must confirm the qualifications of the applicant by verifying the proof of identification. The 250,000 ballots that went out unverified, when they come back, must be set aside and cannot be counted in the General Election unless that voter can produce an ID."

  • After receiving conflicting information, conscientious election workers could unknowingly accept and count ballots for which no ID verification has ever occurred.

  • County election officials have access to the results of the Driver's License matching verification and the social security number matching verification and the social security number matching verification, but they have no substantive role in that matching process. County election officials report that, for some applicants, a letter may be generated and mailed to the voter, notifying them that the ID they provided did not match the Social Security Administration records. The letter instructs those voters to produce a valid form of ID to the County Board of Elections.

  • If proof of ID is not received, the County Election Officials report that THEY CAN AND DO count the ballots WITHOUT the ID from the voter.

  • Several counties report that they CAN AND DO "FIX" the invalid ID in the system and accept the ballot with no action taken by the voter.

  • After these mistakes were learned, the acting Secretary of State (Commonwealth), Leigh Chapman, a democrat appointed by the governor on January 8th, 2022, released a statement warning of delays in counting ballots.

  • Chapman stated, "It's really important for us to get accurate information about the election process in Pennsylvania. It will Likely take several days to count and certify the votes. So, voters and the public know that when there are delays in counting, it doesn't mean there is anything nefarious happening, it is just what the law is in Pennsylvania."

  • Ballots cannot be canvassed or counted before November 8th.

  • 1.2 million mail-in ballots were requested and mailed out. (Up to date tally)

  • 250,000 did not have proper identification verification (21%)

  • 556,000 have been returned without knowing how many are unverified.

  • 15 State Legislators signed a directive to the Secretary's office. It stated:

  1. Immediately issue a directive to all counties informing them of the requirement to set the ballots aside and not pre-canvass, canvass, or count any of them unless AND until the applicant provides a valid form of identification. Make it clear to all counties that they may not fix non-matching identification and they may not count those ballots until proof of ID is received from the voter.

  2. Immediately correct the guidance to reflect the testimony of Deputy Secretary Marks or provide an explanation for the false information provided under oath.

  3. Immediately provide the legislature with a complete list of all the names and voter IDs for all the applications on which the last 4 digits of the Social Security number provided did not match the Social Security Administration records.

  4. Immediately provide the legislatur