Mark Levin Rips PA Supreme Court After They Toss Out Lawsuit Challenging Mail-In Ballots: “Stalinism Lives”

Mark Levin, PA Supreme CourtFox Video Screen Shot,

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court tossed out a lawsuit to declare universal mail-in voting unconstitutional, which aimed to make majority of votes cast by mail in the state’s election invalid.

Congressman Mike Kelly and congressional candidate Sean Parnell filed the lawsuit just last week, which led to Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia McCullough issuing an order last Wednesday to halt certification of Pennsylvania’s election results as the case was reviewed.

Rep. Kelly and Parnell seeked to challenge the year-old law of expansive mail-in voting as unconstitutional, which, if successful, could throw out an estimated 2.5 million votes that were cast using the method, or leave it up to the state Legislature to decide how to allocate Pennsylvania’s 19 electors.

According to CBS Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf appealed Judge McCullough’s decision to the state’s Democratic-majority Supreme Court, saying there was no “conceivable justification” for it. And in return, the court dismissed the three-day-old order, saying the underlying lawsuit was filed months after the law allowed for challenges to Pennsylvania’s expansive year-old mail-in voting law.

In response, political analyst Mark Levin tweeted, “The rogue PA Supreme Court is the most detestable court in the land.  The Democrat majority doesn’t even pretend to sit as justices.”

“They’re political hacks in black robes who have destroyed PA’s election system, unconstitutionally seized power from the state legislature, and sits as a Democrat-Party politburo,” he added. “Rather than uphold the federal and state constitutions, it has shredded them. Stalinism lives.” See Below

Mark Levin Rips PA’s Supreme Court

Related Article: Levin Explains How Dems ‘Fixed The Rules’ Prior To The Election & Why It’s A ‘Violation Of The Constitution’

Sean Parnell reacted to the court’s decision on Twitter, where he claimed it was “not unexpected” how they ruled, and told his followers to “stay tuned.”

We leave you with that tweet.