Anti-Trump Tweets Exposed from Pennsylvania’s Top Election Official
Pennsylvania's Secretary of State says Trump 'unfit for office'
Pennsylvania's Secretary of State, Kathy Boockvar, who is overseeing the conduct of the presidential election, is a passionate critic of President Donald Trump, according to her past tweets.
Boockvar has repeatedly attacked Trump as "demeaning the office of the presidency," and "dangerously unfit for office."
Boockvar has served as senior election modernization adviser to the critical swing state’s Governor.
But she now heads Pennsylvania’s Department of State.
The department is “responsible for monitoring all aspects of an election, from ballot access to voting provisions” of paramount importance in light of Pennsylvania’s integral and contested status as of November 4th.
Boockvar, however, is anything but a neutral arbiter.
On March 7th, 2017, Boockvar tweeted:
“Using the title ‘President’ before the word ‘Trump’ really demeans the office of the presidency…”
Using the title 'President' before the word 'Trump' really demeans the office of the presidency...— Kathy Boockvar (@KathyBoockvar) March 7, 2017
She also described President Trump “beyond doubt” to be "dangerously unfit” for office:
"Trump already provided so many arguments of being dangerously unfit; Now, he proved it beyond doubt"
Boockvar also shared the pro-Clinton hashtag “We’reWithHer” in 2016.
She also shared a quote of an individual attacking President Trump.
She then attacked President Trump’s character as “damnable."
Something about the contrast between what Yom Kippur is about and Trump's threats to sue the victims felt particularly damnable even for him https://t.co/MbYWfCJaBk— Kathy Boockvar (@KathyBoockvar) October 13, 2016
The news comes as Rudy Giuliani vowed to "expose the corruption of the Democratic Party" by lifting the lid on alleged "voter fraud" in Pennsylvania.
The former New York City mayor conducting investigations in PA following allegations of discrepancies in the vote count for the state.
Trump's campaign has mounted a challenge to the state's Supreme Court decision on the deadline for mail-in ballots while the president's wide lead in Pennsylvania appeared to "magically disappear."