President Trump rips ‘BIG MESS’ in PA Senate race: ‘Here we go again!’

by Grace Saldana

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President Trump decried Pennsylvania’s inability to count all mail-in ballots in one of the state’s most populous counties, affecting the Senate primary race on Tuesday.

Reminiscent of the 2020 election, officials announced that they would not be able to finish counting all mail-in ballots on Election Day in Lancaster County due to an alleged “glitch,” the Associated Press reported.

According to Washington Examiner, thousands of mail-in ballots in Lancaster were reportedly unreadable to ballot scanners, causing a several-day delay in vote counting. Josh Parsons, Republican vice chairman of the county board of commissioners, told reporters, “we’re not going to have final election results from these mail ballots for probably several days, so that is very, very frustrating to us.”

President Trump was less than pleased about this development which, considering the fraud affecting the 2020 election, could be more nefarious than a simple “glitch.”

With 98 percent of precincts reporting as of Wednesday morning, Trump-endorsed Dr. Mehmet Oz holds a lead of fewer than 3,000 votes over his Republican opponent Dave McCormick. Oz could lose the already tight race if an overwhelming number of ballots suddenly comes in for McCormick.

“Here we go again!” President Trump posted on Truth Social on Wednesday morning. “In Pennsylvania they are unable to count the Mail-In Ballots. It is a BIG MESS.”

He suggested, “Our Country should go to paper ballots, with same day voting. Just done in France, zero problems. Get Smart America!!!”

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