THE FIX IS IN: Democrat John Fetterman Tells Reporters to “Buckle Up” Because Ballot Counting Process Could Take “Several Days”
Democrat Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman said in a memo to reporters to “buckle up for a long week” because the ballot counting process could take “several days.”
The only reason why Democrats need to count ballots for several days after Election Day is to overcome the Republican candidate’s vote count and steal the election.
Fetterman used the 2020 election as an example in his memo to reporters and recalled how Trump was ahead by more than 700,000 votes at midnight on Election Day in Pennsylvania but still lost after the Democrats counted ballots in secret for Joe Biden for 2 weeks.
INBOX: @JohnFetterman‘s campaign says in a memo to reporters to “buckle up for a long week,” saying that the ballot counting process could take “several days” before the results are made clear #PASEN https://t.co/bOoHG0jxJP pic.twitter.com/sRoPEtbbGG
— Julia Manchester (@JuliaManch) November 7, 2022
Republican candidate Dr. Oz pulled ahead of Fetterman in the polls after last month’s senate debate.
Stroke victim John Fetterman completely fell apart and shocked the nation with his poor debate performance.
Cyborg Fetterman needs giant monitors and a stenographer typing out questions in real time in order to communicate.
Joe Biden last week warned Americans that it will take several days to call the elections.
“You know that many states don’t start counting ballots until after the polls close on November 8th. That means in some cases we won’t know the winner in the election for a few days, until a few days after the election. It takes time to count all legitimate ballots in a legal and orderly manner. It’s always been important for citizens in a democracy to be engaged. Now it’s important for citizens to be patient,” Biden said last week in a divisive and dark speech.
They’re going for the steal.
Every single Republican candidate needs to demand the total ballot count at midnight on November 8th.
And every single Republican candidate needs an army of lawyers and supporters to oversee the process.