Chuck Schumer thought he had the edge in one battleground state.
But he was just hit with a nasty surprise he never saw coming.
And Chuck Schumer was furious after the Supreme Court handed him this crushing defeat.
Democrats used the pandemic as cover to break down election integrity during the 2020 election.
They were hoping to keep their pandemic voting schemes going in the crucial battleground state of Pennsylvania in the Midterm elections.
Pennsylvania has one of the biggest Senate races in the country between Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz and Democrat John Fetterman.
The race could decide which Party controls the Senate after the election.
And in a stunning setback for Democrats, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court delivered a major win for election integrity after a lawsuit filed by the Republican National Committee and the Republican Party of Pennsylvania.
The Court ruled that Pennsylvania can’t accept undated or incorrectly dated absentee and mail-in ballots.
Pennsylvania has been under fire since the 2020 election over the use of mass mail-in voting in the state and election integrity issues.
“The Pennsylvania county boards of elections are hereby ORDERED to refrain from counting any absentee and mail-in ballots received for the November 8, 2022 general election that are contained in undated or incorrectly dated outer envelopes,” the court wrote.
Pennsylvania’s Democrat Secretary of State Leigh Chapman was desperately trying to keep the use of these illegal ballots going for the Midterm elections.
Chapman ignored a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court to stop accepting undated mail-in ballots and ordered county boards of elections to continue to accept them.
She said the state would continue to count undated ballots because of a ruling by a state court.
Now, the highest court in Pennsylvania smacked down her scheme to undermine election integrity in the Keystone State.
The ruling came as a surprise because the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is currently controlled by Democrats.
Chapman referred to the date on a mail-in ballot as “irrelevant” and not including one as a “minor omission.”
She’s warned that the election results won’t be available on election night because of delays in counting ballots.
Jason Snead, the executive director of the Honest Elections Project, celebrated the court’s decision to stand up for common sense.
“Election integrity begins by following the law, and this decision is a big win for Pennsylvanians,” Snead said. “Pennsylvania law clearly requires that every mail ballot be dated and signed. That simple, straightforward rule helps to stop late and illegal voting without burdening anyone’s right to vote.”
The bottom line is, Democrats just suffered a major defeat in their scheme to give themselves the upper hand in Pennsylvania’s elections.
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