23,000+ sign petition calling for stop of election certification during fraud investigations


(LifeSiteNews) — Momentum keeps growing for LifeSite’s petition asking the 50 state legislatures not to certify election results until all claims of voter fraud have been investigated and litigated. More than 23,000 people have signed the petition so far.

“The petition, which was launched less than 24 hours ago, is growing quickly,” said Scott Schittl, one of LifeSite’s petition coordinators. “The fact that so many people have signed so quickly shows that Americans want to hear all of the evidence and see a just outcome, whichever way that goes.”

The new petition was sparked by yesterday’s Trump campaign press conference, with speakers revealing astonishing testimonies of alleged election fraud in key battleground states.

The claims of voter fraud made by Team Trump are very alarming. Here are some of the worst:
  • The lack of oversight and security of mail-in ballots
  • Direction by some election officials to election workers to violate election statutes
  • The eviction of Republican observers who were kept away from inspecting ballots in some cities
  • Instances of “overvoting,” where more ballots were cast in some precincts than there are registered voters
  • The arrival in the middle of the night of thousands of ballots — all marked for Biden — at one counting center

All of these claims are backed up by sworn affidavits of people who allegedly witnessed these fraudulent actions take place, the Trump campaign argued.

“This petition is more important than usual, as counties and states begin to certify their election results,” said Schittl. “Time is literally of the essence.”

Indeed, grave concerns about the certification process have already resulted in controversy in Michigan. Republican election officials in Wayne County (greater Detroit) claim that they were pressured to certify the county’s election results, and misled by state authorities who guaranteed that an audit of the county’s results would be done.

Now, Michigan state authorities say that no audit will occur.

In any case, such controversies have only served to strengthen calls for a full probe of alleged election fraud and voting irregularities. People continue to speak up all around the country and demand that their states wait to certify election results until all claims of voter fraud have been fully investigated and litigated.

CLICK HERE to read, sign, and share the petition.


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