Court rules that Pennsylvania mail in voting is unconstitutional

Once again, a court in a key swing state for the 2020 election has ruled against the forces of voter fraud. Things are shaping up well for Republicans in 2022.

Conservative Brief reports:

“A Pennsylvania court ruled that a previous decision reversing the current “universal mail-in ballot law” will stand and take effect in March.

Commonwealth Court Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt wrote last month that the state’s mail-in ballot law violated the state Constitution.

“No-excuse mail-in voting makes the exercise of the franchise more convenient and has been used four times in the history of Pennsylvania,” Leavitt wrote in her opinion in late January. 

“Approximately 1.38 million voters have expressed their interest in voting by mail permanently. If presented to the people, a constitutional amendment… is likely to be adopted. But a constitutional amendment must be presented to the people,” she said.

In other words, you cannot simply make up rules on the fly sans the benefit of actually changing the state Constitution to make them legal.”