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Media Claims Pa. Will Need 10X the Time to Count Mail-In ‘Votes’ as Most States

'The rural, more Republican-leaning counties will count much faster than the more Democratic-leaning urban counties...'

(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) In two of the states where the 2020 election outcome fell under suspicion the most, Democrat operatives and their media allies are calling for exponentially more time to tally so-called votes than in other states.

Both Pennsylvania and Arizona faced accusations of widespread vote fraud and even investigations that, in the case of one election audit in Arizona’s Maricopa County, pointed to irregularities in hundreds of thousands of ballots.

Both states now see high-profile election skeptics squaring off with some of the same politically entrenched Democrats who were complicit in the fraud two years ago.

And despite legal setbacks in the intervening span, both states’ far-left election officials seem determined to count votes until the outcome swings in their favor, no matter how long it takes.

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According to MSN, while most states should have their ballots counted in two days, it may take up to 10 for Arizona and 20 for Pennsylvania, based on their 2020 outcomes.

The widespread suspicions surrounding Democrats’ true motives have fueled a desperate effort by the Left to temper expectations, including a demand last week from President Joe Biden that nobody question the unusual delay since democracy was on the line.

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is the Democrat gubernatorial candidate but has refused to recuse herself, even after facing criticism for her deceptive political ploys and questions over ballots being sent to inelligible voters—some of them from out of state.

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In Pennsylvania, acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman—whose predecessor, Kathy Boockvar, was forced to resign following an ethics scandal—has pre-emptively warned of election delays like the one that reversed then-President Donald Trump’s lead of some 500,000 votes in the days after the 2020 race.

Chapman also was discovered to have sent at least 250,000 ballots to unverified voteres, and according to political analyst Martin Armstrong, some of those have even gone abroad.

“Pennsylvania sent out hundreds of thousands of ballots to people who are not documented or even American,” Armstrong said in a recent interview with USAWatchdog.com, as reported by ZeroHedge.

“I’ve gotten emails from people in Canada, they are getting mail-in ballots,” Armstrong continued. “They mailed them to Canada.”

Nonetheless, blue-city election officials seem determined to create even more chaos and confusion, telling voters they may need to “cure” their ballots by Election Day in order for them to count.

“Officials in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh have also published lists of mail-in ballots that have issues, encouraging voters who appear on those lists to fix their mistakes at the county board of elections,” the Center Square reported.

One reason those two states in particular may seek delays is the high stakes that are involved.

GOP gubernatorial candidates Kari Lake (of Arizona) and Doug Mastriano (of Pennsylvania) both have been vocal in questioning the 2020 outcomes. Both states also have tightly contested senatorial races that could be integral in tipping the balance of the legislative body.

But the two top battleground states may not be the only ones dragging their feet.

In several states, the Washington Post appeared to acknowledge an unusual trend similar to the one in Georgia: “The rural, more Republican-leaning counties will count much faster than the more Democratic-leaning urban counties, especially those in the Atlanta metro area.”

Some media outlets, including Politico also seemed to be setting the state for Democrat accusations of vote fraud to return—and to be taken seriously, despite the summary dismissals of such concerns in 2020.

Ben Sellers is the editor of Headline USA. Follow him at truthsocial.com/@bensellers.

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