A county in Pennsylvania says it won’t begin counting over 35,000 ballots until Friday due to the need to perform “administrative work.”
“Allegheny County, PA still has 35,413 uncounted mail-in ballots, but elections staff is taking today off for “administrative work” and will not resume count until Friday. “I can’t get an answer as to why,” says @bethanyhallam, a member of county elections board,” tweeted the New York Times’ Trip Gabriel.
When Will Chamberlain tried to give his legal commentary on the issue, Twitter censored Chamberlain’s tweet.
“They are waiting to see how many mail-in ballots they will need,” he tweeted. “No other good explanation This should be treated as evidence of intent to commit election fraud.”
The tweet was censored behind a message that said the content was “disputed.”
Chamberlain followed up by asserting that the situation was a clear sign “election fraud” was taking place.
“The only good reason to take a day off from counting votes in a closely fought election – as Allegheny County is doing – is to hold back your boxes to commit election fraud,” he said.
Trump held a massive lead in Pennsylvania on election night, at one point above 700,000 votes, but that lead has continually narrowed as more Biden ballots are ‘found’ – and some media outlets are now saying Trump will lose the state.