Jill Stein could be right about Pennsylvania. There absolutely could be voter fraud, but not by republicans. On election night with 99.8% of the precincts reporting, Donald Trump had a lead of over 68,000 votes. After counting the absentee ballots, she was a mere 47,000 votes behind. That would not seem so unusual except for the fact that there were only about 20,000 absentee votes, meaning that Trump got 1,800 votes to Hillary’s over 18,000. It’s possible but extremely unlikely.
But that’s not the only strange thing. There were 41,000 more votes for president than there were for the US Senate. Again, it’s possible but Twilight Zone improbable. Do you really believe that 41,000 people said to themselves, I’m voting for the president but not the Senate?
Could this be why the recount for Pennsylvania was called off? If there is a hand recount, there could be trouble for the democrats.