The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed Pennsylvania and North Carolina to count ballots received after Election Day, victories for Democrats who have been pushing for states to allow additional time due to the vast number of mail-in votes cast during the coronavirus pandemic.
Counting ballots that arrive AFTER Election Day invites voter fraud. There is a pathway for increased voter fraud in North Carolina and Pennsylvania Supreme Court decisions that allow ballots to be counted for days after election. In PA, ballots without postmark could be counted!
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) October 29, 2020
JUST IN: The Supreme Court, in separate decisions, allowed North Carolina and Pennsylvania to extend their dates to count mail-in ballots. Justice Amy Coney Barrett did not participate in either case.https://t.co/eHs99Qic6t
— NPR (@NPR) October 29, 2020