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Second ‘Stop the Steal’ rally once again calls for fair vote count in battleground state Pa.

More than 75 people gathered on the Capitol steps in Harrisburg in what activist and organizer Scott Presler said was non-partisan rally for a fair election.

While most were enthusiastic supporters of President Donald Trump, they all said they were concerned that the election was being stolen in Pennsylvania.

The “Stop the Steal” rally started at noon today on the Capitol steps. This was the second consecutive day for the gathering. “Stop the Steal” rallies are being planned for noon tomorrow at all state capitols across the nation. https://stolenelection.us/ 

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At yesterday’s rally, U.S. Rep. Scott Perry told the crowd, “We’re not asking for much. We want the ballots and the votes that are counted to be legal, to be valid. We want to them to have been sent and have a postmark on them on or before Election Day. Not after Election Day.”

There was no clear winner after Tuesday’s Election, and mail-in ballots are still being counted. Pennsylvania, a battleground state, continued to count mail-in ballots through Friday, and the outcome could determine who is the next President of the United States.

Those who attended the rally were concerned about the legitimacy of many of those mail-in votes – and the chance for the election to be stolen.

At yesterday’s rally, Presler told the crowd, “This is not a rally supporting a particular candidate. This is a rally fighting for two things. Truth and justice.”

His three main goals, he said, are to “stop the steal, protect the vote and audit the vote.”

“We are here in Pennsylvania to ensure that every legal vote is counted,” Presler said, stressing the word “legal.”

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More than 100 people gathered on the Capitol steps in Harrisburg in what activist and organizer Scott Presler said was non-partisan rally for a fair election.

While most were enthusiastic supporters of President Donald Trump, shouting “four more years,” waving flags with his name and wearing his hat, they all said they were concerned that the election was being stolen in Pennsylvania.

The “Stop the Steal” rally started at noon today on the Capitol steps.

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U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, who is in his own race for another term, was among the speakers, and he expressed his own concerns about the counting of the vote.

“We’re not asking for much,” Perry told the crowd. “We want the ballots and the votes that are counted to be legal, to be valid. We want to them to have been sent and have a postmark on them on or before Election Day. Not after Election Day.”

There was no clear winner after Tuesday’s Election, and mail-in ballots are still being counted. Pennsylvania, a battleground state, will continue to count mail-in ballots through Friday, and the outcome could determine who is the next President of the United States.

As of Thursday afternoon, Democratic challenger Joe Biden was pushing closer to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to secure the White House.

Those who attended the rally were concerned about the legitimacy of many of those mail-in votes – and the chance for the election to be stolen.

“This is not a rally supporting a particular candidate. This is a rally fighting for two things. Truth and justice,” Presler told the crowd to a loud round of applause.

His three main goals, he said, are to “stop the steal, protect the vote and audit the vote.”

He cited Twitter reports that someone in Detroit who has been dead since 1980 requested an absentee ballot and voted, and Presler said if it’s going on there, it’s going on in other places, too, and the count must be watched.

“We are here in Pennsylvania to ensure that every legal vote is counted,” Presler said, stressing the word “legal.”

A small group of counter-protesters gathered across the street, and they shouted “we want the same thing” – a legal vote. But they were drowned out by the demonstrators at the rally shouting back “Four more years” and “stop the steal.”

At one point, the rally attendees and counter-protesters were singing “God Bless America” across Third Street at each other.

The “Stop the Steal” rally was expected to last through 8 p.m. on the Capitol steps, but the attendees were moved, cooperatively, behind the Capitol after they were told by the police that the counter-protesters had reserved the steps for their own, smaller rally at 3 p.m.

What will happen with the election, and the counting of the votes, remains to be seen, but Presler said he expects to continue the rally today and will be back on Friday, and possible through the weekend.

After Tuesday’s election, Trump’s campaign engaged in a flurry of legal activity on the election results, requesting a recount in Wisconsin and filing lawsuits in here in Pennsylvania and in Michigan and Georgia, as well.

“It’s all going to come down to the Keystone State,” Perry told the crowd. “That means our voice, your voice matters, but it only matters if your vote counts against everybody else’s that was legitimately cast.”

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After speaking at the rally, Perry told reporters that through the actions of Gov. Tom Wolf and the state Supreme Court, that might not be the case, and he is concerned that some votes that are not valid may be included in the count.

“Votes that are not legal, that are not legitimate, that have been cast after the election or cast by someone that is not here legally, those are not valid votes, and they diminish every single vote from every legally voting citizen in Pennsylvania, and that should not occur,” he said.

He noted the wants to be able to have the counting process observed to ensure this does not happen.

Even though the election is still up for grabs, Trump claimed victory early Wednesday. Some Democrats and Republicans have criticized this move as being premature and called for elections workers to be permitted to continue counting their votes.

When asked if it was premature for the president to declare victory Wednesday, Perry responded with another question, asking if it was premature for a major news network to declare Biden’s victory in Arizona.

“Everybody has to respect the valid votes being counted,” Perry stressed. “The media doesn’t decide, the candidates don’t decide. Voters decide.”

Barring legal action, votes are expected to be counted in Pennsylvania through Friday, as long as they are postmarked by Tuesday.

According to the Pennsylvania Department of State, the gap was narrowing in the presidential race with Biden taking 48.58 % of the vote and Trump taking 50.27 % as of Thursday afternoon.

And those at the rally are holding out hope that their candidate will prevail after the votes are counted.

“I’m here to show our support for Donald Trump and to make sure the election is fairly carried out,” said attendee Jack Hoch, of Philadelphia.

With as close as the race is, he said he’s optimistic, is feeling good and has faith in the process.

And Mark Cook, who traveled here from Colorado, said Pennsylvania is a battleground state, an important state to be in right now because of the contested vote.

“What brought me here is a love for this country,” Cook said. “I don’t want to see someone try to steal it. I don’t want to see a group of people take advantage of an entire population.”

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