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Rush Limbaugh: ‘If There’s No Fraud, Why Can’t We Watch Them Count the Votes?’

Rush Limbaugh has blasted Democrats who are claiming victory in the election and insisting there is no fraud, saying “If they’ve got nothing to hide, why defy state law and prevent Trump election observers in there to watch? I mean, they’re clearly fighting this, the Democrats are in Philadelphia. Why?


Trump campaign associates Pam Bondi and Corey Lewandowski spoke to reporters Thursday outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center, where election officials are still counting ballots.

Earlier that day, Commonwealth Judge Christine Fizzano Cannon, a Democrat, effectively ruled that “all candidates, watchers, or candidate representatives be permitted to be present for the canvassing process … and be permitted to observe all aspects of the canvassing process within 6 feet.

The problem was that according to the Trump campaign, election officials ignored the order and Philadelphia Sheriff Rochelle Bilal refused to enforce it.

Bondi told reporters, “They are still not in compliance. … They have moved the barrier up to six feet, but they took away the ballot machines that were in the front row and moved them to the back of the building.”

It’s unbelievable what they are trying to do to our votes that have been legally cast,” Bondi said. “They are defying a court order by a judge and this is not the last of this.”

Lewandowski added, “They have eight attorneys fighting us to see these ballots inside. The court order is in effect. They will not give us access and the sheriff has decided not to come down here to enforce that court order.

WesternJournal report: In recent days, multiple observers have said they were forced to stand up to 100 feet away while watching the ballots being counted, the Trump campaign said, according to The Epoch Times. Now, unless an observer has eagle eyes, it’s impossible to read a ballot from even 10 feet away.

Following the judge’s order, the Philadelphia City Commissioners appealed the ruling to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and requested an emergency review. They argued that the ruling “is wrong, and because it jeopardizes both the safety of the City Defendants’ canvass, plus the privacy of voters, immediate allowance of appeal is warranted.”

Considering that 20 electoral votes are at stake and the U.S. presidential election may be decided on the outcome of the votes these election workers are processing, the Trump campaign is right to fight this. Yet, Democrats are indignant that Republicans don’t trust officials in Democrat-run cities like Philadelphia to deliver a truthful result.

After the Steele dossier, a bogus three-year Russia collusion hoax, the impeachment sham and all of the other ways Democrats have tried to destroy President Donald Trump, is it any wonder we don’t trust them?

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh touched on this issue during his show Thursday


Trump has to litigate, he has to go to court to get Republican observers to watch the count,” Limbaugh said, according to a transcript on RushLimbaugh.com. “We have to go to court. We have to ask a bunch of judges, ‘Judges, we need to really observe what’s going on in there. We’re entitled to observe this count. You make them. You make them let us in.’

OK. So why are the Democrats in Philadelphia fighting it? I mean, if there’s no cheating going on, if everything’s aboveboard and if Trump’s going to lose and he’s going lose legitimately and you just better get your arms around it, why not let the Republicans in and let them see Trump losing legitimately? Why are they afraid of this?”

Limbaugh wasn’t done.

If they’ve got nothing to hide, why defy state law and prevent Trump election observers in there to watch? I mean, they’re clearly fighting this, the Democrats are in Philadelphia. Why?” he said.

If they’re so confident Trump’s going to lose this, why not let Trump’s election people in there and witness the defeat? Yeah, how humiliating would that be? But they don’t want anybody watching what’s happening here.”

He is exactly right.

Maybe there are logical explanations for what is happening in Philadelphia. However, if election officials have nothing to hide, why were they allegedly refusing the comply with the court order?

There is far too much riding on the outcome of this election to turn the other cheek.

We’ve witnessed the depths to which many Democrats have stooped over the past four years. They have shown us what they’re capable of on many occasions.

As President Ronald Reagan taught us, “Trust, but verify.”

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  1. Given the volume of noise in this matter, congratulating Joe Biden as most of our media has done may be an error. I note our PM has uttered warm words about Joe Biden coming here in 2016. I suspect he was a very different man then.

    The dramatic contrast between the rallies we have seen suggests caution is required until the US Supreme Court reports on the election outcome. I doubt the average voter supporting another term for President Trump is impressed with the reports of officials failing to act as outlined in your post.



  2. Any stats geeks out there ? My ability is basic but I think this makes sense.


    From one of the comments :
    “Donald Trump may win the state of Georgia after 132,000 ballots may be ineligible… Over 600,000 mail-in -Nevada with NO voter roll signature or envelope signature… Michigan counted 149,772 votes in 5 seconds, and less than 6,000 of them were for Trump.”



  3. Enough is enough.
    1991, The Chairman of the Judicial Commission, Joe Biden on Clarence Thomas,

    Never forgive Biden for what he did.
    2 mins 15 secs.
    A heartfelt plea by Thomas to the Commission.

    …. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman and future Vice President Joe Biden asked Thomas if he believed the Constitution granted any sort of property rights to individuals ….
    …. The Cato Institute later paraphrased Biden’s general line of questioning in the hearing as, “Are you now or have you ever been a libertarian?” …
    … committee chairman Joe Biden asked the Bush White House to authorize an FBI investigation into [Anita[ Hill’s charges. ….


    So Joe Biden thinks he knows his way around the Supreme Court.



  4. This is where it is really at.
    Right or Wrong, Left or Right.
    If he loses, Trump will concede gracefully, by Mick Mulvaney, acting White House chief of staff (2018-20).

    I’ve been asked the same question at least a hundred times in the past week: If the President loses, will he participate in a peaceful transition of power?

    The question probably says as much about those asking it as the answer does about US President Donald Trump.
    Most of the inquirers are the same people who still don’t understand why nearly half the country voted for Mr Trump.
    They still wonder if he somehow cheated his way into office.
    They still think he should’ve been impeached, believe the polls, and consider the Washington Post, New York Times and CNN reliable sources.

    But, I am happy to answer: Yes. …

    The President will fight like a gladiator until the election is conclusively determined, and Joe Biden would do the same — not only because it’s their nature, but also because there is so much at stake.
    More than 150 million Americans registered their preference for the outcome of the election, and all of them are counting on “their” man to do everything he legally can to prevail.
    Neither candidate is going to throw his hands up before the process is complete and say “Oh, well, I tried.”

    Nor should they.
    Voters need this election to be fully litigated.
    Whoever occupies the presidency cannot have rumours floating around for the next four years about dead people voting or ballot dumps in the middle of the night.
    The US needs to know that the winner is actually the winner.



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