Another classic Democrat trait of playing dirty just to get votes…

John Fetterman, the Democratic nominee for the US Senate in Pennsylvania may have committed a felony for offering lottery tickets and a Sheetz gift card for voting for him.

On May 17th, Fetterman reportedly won the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate, but a new report regarding the aspiring senator alleges that he may have violated state election laws back in 2020 by way of a scheme meant to monetarily incentivize voters to “bank” their ballots.

Fetterman, who is in the hospital after suffering a stroke and undergoing an operation to install a pacemaker, won the Democratic nod easily, even though there are serious questions about his health. He claims that he is expected to make a full recovery.

Fetterman wrote in his statement:

“I had a stroke that was caused by a clot from my heart being in an A-fib rhythm for too long.” 

But is Fetterman’s health the only thing causing PA voters should be concerned with?

The outlet 100 Percent Fed Up came into possession of a series of Twitter posts that date back to October of 2020, where it appears as though Fetterman is offering people to be entered into a raffle for a gift card and lottery scratcher if they share proof of them securing their ballot.

“I want ALL the @’s (all Twitter accounts begin with @) in my TL, (Timeline on Twitter).” Fetterman appears to be asking for evidence that voters cast their ballots to be entered into a contest to win Sheetz gift cards and lottery (“PA scratch-offs”) tickets.

Fetterman tweeted:

BANK YOUR BALLOT PA,” adding, “Let’s see you bank them.” The Democrat PA Lt. Governor wrote that he was offering PA “scratch-off” lottery tickets to remind voters that “you can gamble in PA but are a criminal if you sip some weed.”

Although 100 Percent Fed Up asserted that the “tweets by Fetterman that have been since been deleted,” the offending social media post in question is still live as of this writing.

Below were just a few of the many screenshots of voters replying to Fetterman’s offer that was shared on Twitter via 100 Percent Fed Up:

Chris Howe-Smith replied to John Fetterman’s tweet, letting him know he would “go back and enter from a few weeks ago” while showing a photo (evidence) of himself holding a mail-in ballot in front of the Cumberland County Ritner Campus satellite voting center.

Two more voters (Peg and Stephanie Mentork) replied to Fetterman’s tweet with evidence of voting to cash in on their chance to get a Sheetz gift card and a scratch-off lottery ticket.

On 10/31/20, “John Temporal Investig…” shared an image of himself dropping his ballot into a Bucks Co. PA absentee Ballot Dropbox and asked if he could get a WAWA gift card instead of a Sheetz gift card since WAWA is only a 10-minute drive from his home versus Sheetz, which is an hour + drive.

Why was the Democrat Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania offering cash prizes to people who voted absentee in the 2020 election in his state? He must have known it was a felony.

According to the Justice Department’s “Federal Election Fraud Fact Sheet,” one section reads:

“Paying voters to register to vote, or to vote in elections where a federal candidate’s name is on the ballot (52 U.S.C. § 10307, 18 U.S.C. § 597), or through the use of the mails in those States where vote-buying is a ‘bribery’ offense (18 U.S.C. § 1952), or in federal elections in those States where purchased votes or registrations are voidable under state law (52 U.S.C. § 20511).”

Continue reading the original piece here (more evidence): 100percentfedup

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