Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman hilariously trolled his counterpart Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick after officials in Pennsylvania found three cases of voter fraud, two of which were done to help Donald Trump.
A week after the election, Patrick offered a reward up to 1 million dollars to anyone who could provide proof of voter fraud anywhere in the country.
Since Pennsylvania officials were able to find three cases, Fetterman is now calling for Patrick to pay up.
“Recap: Texas sued PA claiming mass voter fraud to SCOTUS,” Fetterman tweeted on Wednesday. “Sure, TX got demolished, but my dude LG Dan Patrick put out a handsome reward for voter fraud. We delivered. He owes us $3M, Pennsylvania. That’s *a lot* of Shmuffins + Sizlis, folks.”
Responding to Fetterman’s tweets a spokesperson for Patrick told the Houston Chronicle: “It is not clear why Lt. Gov. Fetterman continues on this topic since Democrats don’t believe in voter fraud, unless it’s Russia.”
Pennsylvania was one of four battleground states that Texas sued and asked the Supreme Court to invalidate their electors. The court rejected their case.
Fetterman trolled them for their lawsuit as well, writing: “Also, if I’m forced to sue my colleague to claim my handsome reward, my case is exponentially stronger than that pile of hot garbage lawsuit TX tried with SCOTUS.”