Pennsylvania Gov. Dismisses Concerns About Voter Fraud As Trump Points Out Red Flags

'They are working hard to make up 500,000 vote advantage in Pennsylvania disappear...'

Pennsylvania Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf claimed on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s concerns about voter fraud in the state are a “partisan attack” on the election process.

But videos of GOP poll watchers being denied entry to the counting process in Pennsylvania, and the state’s own election laws that allow absentee and mail-in ballots to be counted through next week, prove Trump is right to be concerned.

Trump enjoys a comfortable lead in Pennsylvania right now, but Democratic election officials are “working hard” to make sure Biden wins the state, Trump said.

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Wolf responded and said Pennsylvania election officials are “working tirelessly” to count more than 1 million mail-in ballots.

The number of votes left to be counted changed, however, when Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said Wednesday morning that “there are still millions of ballots left to be counted.”

Trump pointed out this discrepancy:

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