Senate President Jake Corman is doing everything possible to prevent Senator Doug Mastriano from conducting a full forensic audit in Pennsylvania.
Senator Corman is just another RINO Democrat who is unwilling to look at the greatest American crime in history.
OANN’s Christina Bobb shared a breaking update on Twitter.
— Christina Bobb (@christina_bobb) August 20, 2021
The Gateway Pundit reported the “powers that be” are preventing Mastriano from initiating the audit. Corman was threatening to fire his staff but now he’s done it.
Remind Jake Corman who he answers to.
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More… On Friday morning Senator Jake Corman released a statement lambasting Senator Mastriano and appointing Cris Dush to lead fake audit.
Corman Issues Statement on Forensic Investigation of Recent Elections, Mastriano Obstruction
Posted on Aug 20, 2021
HARRISBURG – Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman (R-Bellefonte) issued the following statement today regarding the review of recent elections and some of the issues that have prevented an election audit in Pennsylvania thus far:
“It is deeply disappointing that Senator Mastriano has retreated from conducting a forensic investigation of the election in Pennsylvania, and it is discouraging to realize that he was only ever interested in politics and showmanship and not actually getting things done.
“Despite this setback, we remain committed to conducting a full investigatory audit of recent elections to improve our election system going forward. We need someone to lead this effort who is more interested in real results than grandstanding at rallies. For that reason, I am requesting that Senator Cris Dush – an Air Force veteran who has led numerous investigations in the military and headed the delegation in visiting the Arizona audit – take up this cause and initiate a thorough review of the election, starting with fighting back against the partisan attacks on our election system by the Wolf Administration.
“We remain committed to an open, honest review that will lead to positive changes to restore the public’s faith in our elections.”