PREFACE: [The far-left officials running the local elections forced the GOP poll watchers into a small pen where they could not witness the ballot counting. This was a common tactic used in swing states by far-left officials during the 2020 election. GOP poll watchers were abused and prevented from doing their job in several states.
These tactics resulted in massive chain of custody issues across the US — and the actions always hampered Republican poll watchers, never the other way around. This is one tactic Democrats used to cheat and steal the controversial election.
The 2020 election has been one of the most contentious and controversial in U.S. history, with claims of fraud and irregularities being made on both sides. In some states, far-left officials running the local elections have gone so far as to force Republican poll watchers into a small pen where they were unable to witness the ballot counting process.
This was especially true in swing states across the country, creating massive chain of custody issues that hampered only Republican poll watchers.
Unfortunately, this mistreatment didn’t end there – Leah Hoopes and Gregory Stenstrom testified in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania about what they had witnessed during their time as poll watchers and were subsequently harassed by agents from the state Attorney General’s office who showed up at their door. And Delaware County went even further still by suing Hoopes and Stenstrom for court costs after they spoke out about voter fraud publicly.
Thankfully, however, there may finally be some justice for these whistleblowers as Judge Michael E. Erdos recently denied a request for a protective order against Hoopes and Stenstrom in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court.
The attorney attempting to get this order was representing former Delaware County Voting Machine Warehouse supervisor James Savage in a defamation suit regarding claims that the 2020 election was rigged in Delco – Savage’s co-defendants included President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani and Jen Ellis – but Erdos rejected everything Corcoran sought which included a $15000 fine plus removal of guns from defendants’ homes and that they never come within a mile of his client.
Corcoran based his request on Stenstrom’s frequent use of Frederick Douglass’ boxes of liberty during interviews or speaking engagements; however, both Hoopes and Stenstrom noted that several figures in American history have used phrasing before them while also affirming that violence was not something either wished upon America given their veteran statuses having seen actual war first hand; emphasizing law as being their path towards trustworthy elections instead.
Judge Erdos did ask that defendants be circumspect when using statements going forward, but he did not order them to stop using it entirely; instead noting how none of cases regarding 2020 election fraud allegations ever went before jury, and how eyes would be on Philadelphia should case go trial soon enough – leaving door open for potential justice towards those who seek it.