Writer Cao Changqing posted an article on the website "The Gateway Pundit" on Facebook on November 26, citing U.S. President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani in Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania) The remarks at the congressman's hearing claimed that during the US presidential election, the state "issued 1.8 million mail-in ballots and recovered 2.5 million".  Writer Wang Hao also posted a similar message on Facebook, which has been shared nearly 500 times so far.  According to the records of the speech-to-text website Rev.com, Giuliani repeatedly mentioned in the hearing that "1.8 million votes were sent and 2.5 million votes were counted"  .
In 31 minutes and 10 seconds, he said the authorities sent 1,823,148 absentee or mail-in ballots, about 1.4 million were returned, but 2,589,242 photo background removing votes were counted in the presidential election. The unofficial election results on Pennsylvania's official website included mail-in ballot data, which showed Joe Biden with 1,995,691, Trump with 595,538 and another candidate, Jo Jorgensen, with 24,783 votes, and the three people received a total of 2,616,012 votes. In other words, there are more than 2.6 million mail-in ballots in the state's current U.S. presidential election.  Data from the US Elections Project by Michael McDonald, a professor of political science at the.
University of Florida, shows that 3,088,123 ballots were applied for by mail in Pennsylvania, and 2,629,183 ballots were sent in. back.  In addition, the Associated Press reported on October 28 (about a week before Election Day) that more than 3 million people in the state had applied for mail-in ballots, and that state data showed counties had withdrawn their contracts. 1.9 million votes.  The press release issued by the state’s governor and secretary of state on November 3 (voting day) stated that there were more than 2.5 million mail-in ballots in the state at that time.  The above three sets of figures all refute Giuliani's claim that "1.8 million ballots were sent and about 1.4 million were returned."