... can you say "Shenanigans"? I thought you could. This report certainly suggests that!
A public hearing on Wisconsin’s voter rolls on Wednesday revealed widespread opportunity for election fraud through old voter rolls.
According to the state’s Committee on Campaign and Elections, there are 119,283 “active voters” and hundreds of thousands more “inactive” voters who have been registered for over a century.
This number, which totals over 500,000, leaves the door wide open for bad actors to cast invalid votes on behalf of those names who have since passed away sometime in the past 100 years.
Also sounding the alarm is 42,000 voters listed as “inactive” as of August 2021, but somehow voted in the November 2020 election.
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This hearing comes amid increasing attention on Wisconsin’s 2020 election results, being that it was a swing state Trump heavily focused on during the campaign and was poised to win. After winning Wisconsin in 2016 against Hillary Clinton, Trump allegedly lost it to Joe Biden by a slim margin of just 20,682 votes.
Because of the speculation regarding the legitimacy of the results, GOP lawmakers recently succeeded in pressing the state to conduct a 2020 election audit, which yielded shocking levels of irregularities and evidences of fraud.
There's more at the link.
Let's see now . . . 42,000 "inactive" voters as of August 2020, who suddenly became "active" in November 2020 . . . and the Biden campaign's winning margin in Wisconsin (against all expectations) was less than half that number. Makes you think, doesn't it? Yes, I'm aware there could be an innocent explanation for it - but that has not been tested, and those 42,000 votes have not been investigated.
I continue to believe that the November 2020 elections were stolen by massive electoral fraud on the part of the Democratic Party and its allies. None of the questions raised by the election (which we've covered exhaustively in these pages) have ever been comprehensively investigated and satisfactorily explained. Democrats have effectively prevented the courts from investigating them, through "lawfare" tactics, procedural motions and bureaucratic obstacles.
The really important question has never been answered at all:
That's a very good question. What's the answer? Remember Ian Fleming's famous dictum: "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action." With six states involved - all "battlefield" states, and all showing dramatic changes in voting after the unexplained stoppage - don't tell me that wasn't enemy action (enemies of democracy, that is)!