Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano (R-33) announced Saturday the introduction of a resolution that would move to appoint delegates to the Electoral College in light of what he says is "mounting evidence" that the presidential election was compromised by election fraud.
"There is mounting evidence that the PA presidential election was compromised," wrote Mastriano. "If this is the case, under Article II, Section 1.2 of the US Constitution, the state legislature has the sole authority to direct the manner of selecting delegates to the Electoral College."
He noted that the power to appoint delegates is meant as a means of making sure that the people "are not disenfranchised" against "corruption" in a state's election process.
"This power was given to the state legislature for the purpose of safeguarding the appointment of our President, specifically contemplating corruption and ensuring that the people are not disenfranchised through a corrupt election process," Mastriano added.
"Therefore, we are introducing a Resolution to exercise our obligation and authority to appoint delegates to the Electoral College."