PA Senate To Begin “Forensic” Probe Of 2020 Election

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports:

Almost 10 months after the presidential election, the Pennsylvania Senate will open hearings this week as it launches a “forensic investigation,” the top Republican senator said Monday. Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman (R., Centre) said lawmakers will seek voting records, ballots, and machines — and suggested the Senate will use subpoenas to get them.

“We can bring people in. We can put them under oath. We can subpoena records, and that’s what we need to do,” he said in an interview with the pro-Trump radio personality Wendy Bell. “That’s what we’re going to do.” Corman said he has spoken with Trump about the issue: “I think he’s comfortable where we’re heading.” Asked whether he would commit to a full forensic audit, akin to the recount happening in Arizona, Corman repeatedly said yes.

Read the full article. Corman told Bell, “I think there were many problems in our election that we need to get to the bottom of.” But in a September 2020 interview with 60 Minutes, he declared that he had faith that Pennsylvania’s election would be “safe and secure.” Rather obviously, Corman fears the wrath of the murderous red hats.