An election bombshell in Pennsylvania just dropped. The Supreme Court has made a decision and millions of Americans are already debating it. This is a stunning development that could have long-lasting consequences.
“The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued an order Saturday vacating a lower court’s decision to suspend the certification of the state’s vote in the presidential election, holding that a challenge to the state’s vote-by-mail laws had come too late,” reported Breitbart News.
According to Breitbart, even though Pennsylvania “certified its vote,” Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia McCullough “blocked further steps to put the certification into effect.” Now, the state Supreme Court has reversed this ruling.
The majority’s opinion concluded that since the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Pennsylvania’s vote-by-mail laws didn’t occur until “millions of Pennsylvania voters” had already voted, ruling in favor of the challenge would “disenfranchise” voters.
Interestingly enough, while the two Republican members of the court also concurred with the majority’s opinion, they also issued a dissenting opinion that recognized “serious constitutional objections” over the law.
But this isn’t the end of the line — not just yet. Congressman Mike Kelly (R-PA) and others who filed the lawsuit have vowed to appeal the lawsuit all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary.
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