Have you ever seen Democrats sweating bullets? Look no further than Pennsylvania. They are on the cusp of beginning a forensic audit that could go a long ways to proving what really happened in the 2020 election. The Pennsylvania Senate has selected a company to do a forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election, which includes the possibility that they received over 200’000 more absentee ballots back than they sent out.
Curiously, a USPS driver claims that he delivered ballots from Bethpage, LI, NY to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He estimated that up to 288,000 votes were in the truck. Quite a coincidence, don’t you think? But, to be clear, I am not asserting that we know for a fact that these were the same votes as the excess absentee ballots. I am merely saying it could be possible.
Here is what the driver said:
The GOP-led Senate committee has identified the contractor who will assist in its taxpayer-funded 2020 presidential election audit.
The GOP-led Senate committee has identified the private contractor it will hire to assist in its taxpayer-funded review of the 2020 presidential election.
A document shared with Republican senators Thursday evening obtained by PennLive identifies the firm as Dubuque, Iowa-based Envoy Sage LLC. The firm bills itself on its website as “delivering ground truth” and identifies itself as specializing in research, investigation, program management and communications.
The document states the firm “meets all the key needs to conduct a thorough and impartial election investigation.” It also states the firm has no political association with candidates who appeared on the 2020 or 2021 ballots in Pennsylvania.
Among other qualifications it lists, Envoy Sage has worked with the Department of Defense under Republican and Democratic administrations and has decades of experience in handling sensitive and classified information.
Senate Republican spokesman Jason Thompson declined comment about the document. It doesn’t indicate how much the firm will be paid although the costs will come out of the GOP caucus’ accounts.
The firm’s role will be to assist the 11-member bipartisan Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee in its investigation into the conduct of the presidential election.
Hopefully, this audit will answer all the questions that have been raised one way or another. The voters of Pennsylvania deserve to know whether or not they can be confident in the election results from 2020 and in the future.