Democrats in PA Now Suing PA Senate Over Whether It Has the Subpoena Power to Request Voter Data in Senate’s 2020 Election Forensic Audit

The panic continues as the Democrats in Pennsylvania turn to lawfare to prevent the PA Senate’s forensic audit of the 2020 Election results in the state. 
Yesterday we reported on the immense fear that the Democrats in Pennsylvania possess in reaction to the PA Senate’s decision to have a forensic audit of the state’s results in the 2020 Election.
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ABSOLUTE PANIC: Pennsylvania Democrat Secretary of State Sues to Prevent State Senate Audit from Examining Dominion Voting Machines

The Democrats are now using lawfare in their attempt to prevent an audit of the 2020 Election results in the state.  Spotlightpa reports:

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An appellate court leveled sharp questions Wednesday in the opening round of a closely watched court case over whether Republicans in the state Senate have the power to subpoena sensitive voter information as part of a partisan inquiry into the 2020 election.
A coalition of Democrats is seeking an order quashing the subpoena and argues it goes too far by requesting information — including the names, addresses, and partial Social Security numbers — for nearly 9 million registered voters in the state.
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Republicans who control the state Senate say they believe the sweeping review is necessary to ensure there were no irregularities in the 2020 election, citing the state’s evolving guidance last year about how counties should handle mail-in and other ballots.

Why would the Democrats protest so much?  Are they scared the audit will show 400,000 ballot issues like the Arizona Audit did?
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If everything was fine, then why not let the audit move forward?

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