Although President Trump’s administration has allowed for some initial protocols for the transition to Joe Biden to happen, Trump has not conceded the presidential election. Meanwhile, many fights continue, especially in the hotbed swing state of Pennsylvania.
Republican State Senator for Pennsylvania’s 33rd District, Doug Mastriano is a lone warrior of sorts. He was recently suspended on Twitter after speaking about perceived voter fraud at a hearing, but now Twitter says that account was suspended by accident.
This came after President Trump slammed Twitter for the suspension. Mastriano is apparently planning to be part of a draft that will take presidential elector powers into the hands of the GOP legislature according to a recent appearance on ‘War Room’. The Election Wizard tweeted:
“BREAKING: While on Steve Bannon’s War Room, @dougmastriano announces the PA legislature will draft a joint resolution to take back power from the Secretary of State in the appointment of presidential electors.”
🚨BREAKING: While on Steve Bannon's War Room, @dougmastriano announces the PA legislature will draft a joint resolution to take back power from the Secretary of State in the appointment of presidential electors.— The Election Wizard (@Wizard_Predicts) November 27, 2020
Watch Mastriano speak in a video below on this in detail:
Time will tell how this pans out, as it appears to be a hail mary for President Trump’s chances, and even if somehow Republicans pulled off a flip in PA for Trump he would need other states to follow.
Mastriano says his plan will require the support of the GOP leadership, something he says he is working on. A lofty task indeed so stay tuned to see if this amounts to anything at all.
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