‘Hear Us Roar’ rally in Harrisburg seeks to decertify Pa.’s votes – PennLive

About 150 to 200 people have converged on the steps of the Pennsylvania Capitol building in Harrisburg this morning to attend the “Hear Us Roar” rally.

According to organizer Tricia Cunningham, the rally is intended to encourage state lawmakers to decertify Pennsylvania’s vote in the November Election.

There are discrepancies and the election is still in dispute, Cunningham said.

Despite President Trump’s claims of voter fraud, state officials have insisted the elections ran smoothly. There has been no evidence of widespread fraud or other problems that would change the outcome.

Tomorrow, Jan. 6, Congress will meet in a joint session to count the electoral votes. The vice president, Mike Pence, will preside over the count and announce the results of the election. Eight Pennsylvania congressmen, all Republicans, plan on objecting to the final certification of Joe Biden’s presidential win

The rally is set to start at 10:30 a.m. and will run until noon. Among those in attendance state Senator Doug Mastriano, Representative Mike Jones, and conservative pundits Jeffrey Lord and Charlie Gerow.

UPDATE: According to one of the speakers at the rally, Jeffrey Lord was unable to attend because he was invited to the White House.

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