Pa. state Sen. Argall backs 2020 audit with subpoena power
UPDATED 2:40 PM PT – Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Pennsylvania state Sen. David Argall announced his support for a full forensic audit of the 2020 elections in his state. In a statement, Argall said he supports an Arizona-style audit in Pennsylvania due to the growing evidence of violations that could’ve changed election outcomes.
Argall asserted such an audit would be backed by the subpoena power of his State Government Committee. Election integrity activists have called on Argall to authorize the audit immediately.
Arizona’s Audit is inspiring other states. Pennsylvania considers sending out subpoenas for election materials. #ArizonaAudit #AmericasAudit #ElectionIntegrity #PennsylvaniaAudit @kelliwardaz pic.twitter.com/NpN18WNtFl
— Arizona Republican Party (@AZGOP) June 22, 2021
Toni Shuppe of Audit the Vote PA warned an uphill battle was ahead for the state to push for an election audit, as she believes many officials are in opposition to cover up their role in the election fraud.
“We know that we have legislators that are for it. Obviously, some of ours visited Arizona last week and came back with a plan in place, but this is not going to be easy,” she explained. “The other side is not just going to roll over and give it to us. I believe a lot of them know what they did.”
Argall went on to say the decision to begin the audit could be made in the coming weeks… adding right now a Pennsylvania audit is a real possibility.