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Voters are urged to engage by Pennsylvania Patriot groups

Toni Shuppe, founder of Audit the Vote PA, asked the crowd: “Who here believes Donald Trump won the 2020 election? Over 1,000 people cheered and raised their hands, some wearing "Trump Won" T-shirts.

During a gathering at the Keystone Horse Center in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, Shuppe spoke at an event organized by the Pennsylvania Patriot Coalition, which is made up of 100 different patriot groups. Election integrity was the theme of the all-day event.

Many of these people have studied election procedures and scrutinized anomalies in the 2020 election and are skeptic of the left's claim that 2020 was the most secure election in U.S. history. Democratic researchers are demonized even though they argue that both parties should care about election integrity.

“I got engaged in politics when it affected my life,” Shuppe said. She was talking about restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. “People don’t know their constitutional rights. So, when they said we couldn’t gather in groups more than 10, we didn’t recognize our right to say no.”

“The other side won’t work with us on election integrity because they don’t think there is a problem,” said Shuppe, a self-described regular mom who used to be disinterested in politics.

After researching, examining public records, and talking with those in office, Shuppe concluded that Pennsylvania's political establishment conspired to hide the truth about election fraud.

30 August 2022


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