Sen. Jake Corman, the Senate president pro tem of Pennsylvania, appeared on “War Room” today to explain that the Intergovernmental Affairs Committee voted to subpoena the Department of State for a variety of records related to the 2020 election.
“The information we’re looking for to begin our process … is information such as all emails that went out from the Department of State. I think our Department of State acted completely inappropriately and in a partisan way in conducting the last election. So we’re searching for all the emails the department did interagency plus all the emails to the counties. We’ve subpoenaed all the guidances that the Department sent out to the counties. We’ve subpoenaed all the voting rolls… to find out all the information about the people who were registered to vote.”