Donald Trump lost 16,648 votes in Pennsylvania in the last week – since November 29th. The final certified results in Pennsylvania show Donald Trump winning the state with 2,961,658 votes, while former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won 2,913,903 votes. The difference is 47,755 votes. This is what is now reported after absentee ballots were counted as reported on Friday, December 2nd.
The Gateway Pundit reports,
Before the recounts on November 29th, the New York Times reported that Donald Trump was winning the state with 2,959,839 votes, while former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won 2,895,436 votes. The difference was 64,403 votes.
This means that of the 20,736 absentee ballots cast, 18,467 went to Clinton— This is highly suspect.
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In addition, there were 41,120 more votes cast for President than for the Senate race in Pennsylvania when looking at the final tallies. This too is suspect.
Over the weekend, voter fraud was reported in Nevada where Jill Stein and Hillary Clinton have not requested recounts. Of course this is because Hillary was awarded Nevada’s Electoral College votes in the election. Pennsylvania is one of the three states Stein and Clinton have chosen for recounts.
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