Pro-Trumpers Ask for Truth, Not Outcome

Trump supporters came to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, over the weekend in support of a fair election and the re-election of President Trump.

While a number of protesters were saying they were there to stop the election from being stolen, others said it’s not so much about the outcome.

Rather, it’s about snuffing out any potential corruption and doing the right thing.

Casey Simar from Louisiana didn’t say she supported Trump.

“I’m not about any certain outcome of the election. I want the constitution to be upheld, what’s written in our constitution. Because without that, we have no laws. More people need to have this mentality, this state of mind. If they did, I think we would really make some progress,” she said, adding that she doesn’t think Pennsylvania is following the law.

Philadelphia, specifically, has been shrouded in controversy. According to testimonies from ballot-counting observers and videos taken by our sister-media The Epoch Times, election ballots were counted in areas where observers could not inspect them properly.

For this reason, the president’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, submitted lawsuits on Nov. 9.

Despite this, as well as problems with election software in other states and incomplete results, a number of networks have declared Democratic candidate Joe Biden the winner of the election. Shortly after the media’s projection, Biden addressed the nation declaring himself president-elect.

In an interview with ABC News over the weekend, the South Dakota governor Kristi Noem questioned why people are afraid to look into the concerns raised about corruption in this year’s election.

The Democratic Pennsylvania state secretary told the public that the state’s ballot-counting methods are incredibly secure.

But the Pennsylvania Republican House Speaker asked the governor, a Democrat, to conduct a full audit, or investigation, of the election results before they are finalized.

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