A poor structure leads to future disaster.
By Michael Carver
October 23, 2020 3:15 PM
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has rendered a unanimous decision -7 to 0- to disallow signature verification on mail in voting on the basis that it’s not required by current law.
Combined with another decision that will allow for mail in ballots to arrive after November 3rd and without an appropriate postmark, the system in place would seem to be built to allow fraud.
In a 1764 election, Benjamin Franklin was able to take advantage of the structure of Pennsylvania’s voting system to run for a County position and a City of Philadelphia position at the same time.
A contested result could cause chaos, but in the past, similar situations have worked themselves out.
The Philidelphia Eagles managed to beat the NY Giants by one point (22-21) yesterday
Despite the recent court rulings, the plebs are still being told they have to get their vote in by the 3rd.