President Donald Trump was “resolved” and “determined” to expose voter fraud in the November election, said a Pennsylvania lawmaker who met with the president on Wednesday.
State Sen. Doug Mastriano was among several Pennsylvania Republican lawmakers who joined President Trump in the Oval Office to discuss election fraud in the Keystone State.
“The mood was determined. We need to find out what the heck happened here,” Mastriano told The Epoch Times.
Mastriano added he had “never seen anyone more resolved or determined” as President Trump, “because truth is on his side.”
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Kat. H notes:
Having a number of state legislatures vote to officially switch from Democrat to Republican slates of electors by January 6 remains the cleanest, most straightforward, and therefore preferred way for President Donald Trump to become the man taking the oath of office come January 20.
It is no wonder then that Trump had a luncheon meeting at the White House with Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano and other Pennsylvania lawmakers just before he left DC to spend the Christmas holidays at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
Mastriano, a retired Army colonel who reportedly has his sights on higher office, was one of the first politicians to question his state’s presidential election results, organising a public hearing in Gettysburg in late November.
For Pennsylvania to lead the way in this electoral effort would be symbolically significant as the state was the setting for the establishment of the republic that many now seek to preserve and protect.
Pennsylvania is called the Keystone State, due to its essential role in the founding of the United States. The architectural term “keystone” refers to the central stone in an arch, which holds all the other stones in place. History may very well symbolically repeat itself.
Pennsylvania is also the preferred starter state in this effort because of the five states in question it has the most electoral votes at 20. President Trump needs 38 electoral votes moved from Biden’s column to his. Pennsylvania’s switch to Trump would leave just 18 more electoral votes required. A combination of any two of the remaining states would more than meet the required total. Michigan and Georgia each have 16 electoral votes, Arizona has 11, and Wisconsin has 10. Do the math.