Pennsylvania’s deputy governor late Saturday said he was hoping President TrumpDonald John Trump, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, overturned the GOP’s offer to suspend the election certificate. Biden expects career officials to restore confidence and morale in government agencieshis campaign appeals against lawsuits filed by state judges before the U.S. Supreme Court to calm the issue in a national arena.
“I hope they do [appeal to the Supreme Court]”- said Governor John Fetterman (D) on CNN.” And there they will clean their watch, just like here in Pennsylvania. ”
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court earlier on Saturday rejected Rep. Mike KellyGeorge (Mike) Joseph Kelly, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Annuls GOP Offer to Stop Election Certification and other state Republicans aiming to stop verifying the 2020 election results.
President-elect Joe BidenJoe Biden, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, overturned the GOP’s offer to suspend the election certificate. Biden expects career officials to restore trust and morale in government agencies Biden’s transition adds new members to the coronavirus task force he is projected to enjoy the victory of 20 voters in Pennsylvania and the state, sealing the White House for him earlier this month.
Trump’s campaign during press conferences and media coverage claimed that widespread voter fraud in cities such as Philadelphia led to “rigged” presidential elections. However, several courts rejected the campaign’s allegations.
“The snake treatment that was here at Ramadan … didn’t change anything,” Fetterman said on CNN, referring to a hearing held by state Republicans at a hotel in Gettysburg last week. “No matter what they do, it won’t change the outcome.”
Trump did not publicly acknowledge the election, but announced last week that he had instructed the General Services Administration, the government office responsible for introducing the new presidential administration and planning induction procedures, to free up resources to begin Biden’s transition process.
Fetterman said late Saturday that the Trump campaign and its allies’ efforts to discard the state’s aggregate votes are “lies” and “only to destroy the American franchise.”