PENNSYLVANIA — Yesterday, Morning Call columnist Paul Muschick slammed Senate GOP leader Jake Corman for embracing the far-right push for a fraudit of Pennsylvania’s 2020 election. Corman, a weakling who is too scared of Donald Trump, Doug Mastriano and the far-right to address Pennsylvania’s real problems, has recently flailed around on far-right media to try and gin up support for his fraudit.
The fraudit would cost taxpayers millions of dollars, expose sensitive personal information of PA voters to unknown third parties, and prevent counties from conducting future elections.
By Paul Muschick
This would be funny if it wasn’t so sad.
GOP lawmakers are fighting among themselves over who should lead a sham review of the 2020 election in Pennsylvania.
Sen. Doug Mastriano of Franklin County lost the spotlight and was booted from the center ring of the circus.
“We need someone to lead this effort who is more interested in real results than grandstanding at rallies,” Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman said in a statement Friday announcing Mastriano’s ouster.
Poor Mastriano. He just can’t catch a break. Last November, he was kicked out of the White House after he reportedly was diagnosed with COVID-19 after he’d already been in a room with the president.
As I lamented in June, Pennsylvania lawmakers should be focused on trying to make life better for Pennsylvania residents.
Instead, they’re still bickering over who was elected in the 2020 election to live on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Trump lost. Get over it. The White House wasn’t stolen from him through voter fraud.
But the show must go on, to please Trump.
Dush will begin holding hearings this week, Corman said Monday on the conservative Wendy Bell Radio program streamed online, according to The Associated Press.
Corman said on the show that he has communicated with Trump, and “I think he’s comfortable with where we’re heading and so we’re going to continue that work.”
Sounds like Trump is the real ringmaster. Everyone else is just a puppet.