You can’t say there is no evidence of election fraud.
The writers of this piece are both members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. They were among a group of legislators who examined official state election data and found that more votes were cast in Pennsylvania than the number of voters who voted.
This is prima facie evidence of election fraud — more than enough, if proved, to change the outcome of the election in this case.
Pennsylvania’s Department of State disputes the legislators’ analysis, but admits to lacking the data needed to either confirm or refute their conclusions.
Pennsylvania’s legislators have raised legitimate issues that will take time for the state to fully resolve. It is significant, however, that the state’s electoral certification is currently in doubt, sufficient doubt to justify an objection in the U.S. Congress this Wednesday.