Wisconsin state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos admitted there was widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election in a meeting yesterday, but claimed the state legislature does not have the power to decertify the results. “I think there was widespread fraud,” Vos said, “and I think we are going to see more and more data that comes out” as the investigation continues. The investigation in Wisconsin has already found potential illegality in the way elections officials directed private money to boost turnout in Democrat areas. The investigation also found signs of election fraud in nursing homes.
Meanwhile, lots of things have happened in recent weeks undermining claims the 2020 election was the fairest and most secure ever. Here is a sampling of stories indicating we still have a long way to go to get our election system back in order:
A citizens group in Georgia found election results in 2020 were electronically manipulated using a cloud computing scheme. An audit by the Georgia Secretary of State found more than 2,000 noncitizens tried to register to vote.
An Arizona woman pleaded guilty to ballot trafficking in the 2020 primary election. A Senate study in Arizona found that 200,000 mail ballots with invalid signatures were counted in 2020. The Arizona Republican Party sued Arizona’s Secretary of State to stop the unconstitutional use of drop boxes and no-excuse mail-in voting.
A Michigan elections official was charged with ballot tampering in the August 2020 primary election. A nursing home employee in Michigan was sent to jail for forging signatures of mentally disabled residents on absentee ballot applications. A lawsuit accuses Michigan’s Secretary of State of illegally using private money to increase Democrat turnout in the 2020 election.
A citizens group in Tennessee found chain of custody and other problems, and say elections officials are ignoring their complaints.
A state court ruled mail-in voting in Pennsylvania is unconstitutional because it was instituted by statute instead of an amendment to the state’s constitution. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court reinstated mail-in voting temporarily, pending further litigation.
A suit in Delaware alleges a statute allowing early voting violates the state’s constitution.
North Carolina removed 430,000 inactive voters from the rolls to settle a lawsuit. Out-of-date voter rolls are an issue all across the country, with elections officials resisting efforts to clean them up.
That’s enough for now, but know there are further reports around the country of foreigners hacking into state election systems, illegal ballot harvesting, illegal drop boxes, double-scanning of ballots, voter ID requirements being ignored, and more nursing home fraud, among other things.
What do Democrats do in the face of all these problems? They resist doing anything about them, like it was a religion or something. Illinois broke federal law by refusing to give a voter integrity group access to the state’s voter rolls, a federal court ruled. National Democrats are going after 111 Republican lawyers in 26 states who challenged various aspects of the 2020 election, despite the fact many challenges were successful. Meanwhile, the January 6th Committee is targeting Republican who have donated money to election integrity efforts.
Given this odd behavior, you’d think Democrats are trying to steal elections and intimidate anybody who tries to stop them. And you’d be right. So now is the time for all good citizens to come to the aid of their country. Let’s get these problems cleaned up, so we can get back to free and fair elections and have confidence in our election system once more.
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