State court calls Pennsylvania’s vote-by-mail law unconstitutional
Published: Jan. 28, 2022 at 3:20 p.m. ET By Associated Press 0
Two Democrats on the Commonwealth Court dissented, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court — which will hear the appeal — has a 5-2 Democratic majority
The decision, by a five-judge Commonwealth Court panel of three Republicans and two Democrats, was deemed to be on hold immediately since Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration swiftly appealed to the state Supreme Court.
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1. The rogue PA Supreme Court is the most detestable court in the land. The Democrat majority doesn’t even pretend to sit as justices.
2. They’re political hacks in black robes who have destroyed PA’s election system, unconstitutionally seized power from the state legislature, and sits as a Democrat-Party politburo. Mark R. Levin @marklevinshow