Wisconsin Assembly Authorizes Investigation of 2020 Presidential Election2 min read
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin state assembly on Tuesday voted to authorize an investigation into the 2020 election.
There were several suspicious actions in Wisconsin, although not proof of any voter fraud. But the state assembly is having it looked into what happened. Like Michigan and Pennsylvania having huge vote dumps early in the morning that was heavily skewed in Biden’s favor. It erased a large Trump lead and swung the advantage to Biden.
Before these suspicious pattern updates, late on election night, President Trump led Biden by Roughly 100,000 votes in Wisconsin.
A late-night vote drop saw the following numbers, 143,379 votes for Joe Biden and 25,163 votes for Donald Trump. Those are not the type of numbers you would expect.
What was even more suspicious is that 89% of all eligible voters voted in 2020. 89% is the largest turnout in history about 20 points above normal.
The governor, Tony Evers deployed the National Guard to “cure” the absentee ballots that would normally have been tossed. Curing absentee ballots is never done legally at the precincts.
They are allowed to notify the voters to allow them to correct their ballots before election day. Poll watchers were denied the ability to keep an eye out for any illegal activity.
The Assembly passed the resolution passed on a 58-35 party-line vote. This investigation will not change the outcome of the 2020 election.
The goal is to find out what was done improperly so that it can be corrected for future elections.
The Associated Press reported:
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly passed a resolution Tuesday to authorize an investigation into the 2020 presidential election that President Joe Biden narrowly won in the state.
The resolution, opposed by Democrats, is needed to give the committee authorization if it decides to issue subpoenas to compel testimony and gather documents, said Rep. Joe Sanfelippo. He is vice-chairman of the Assembly elections and campaign committee that would conduct the probe.
The resolution authorizing the investigation passed on a 58-35 party line vote, with all Republicans in support and all Democrats against. It passed after Republicans last month ordered an audit of the election results.
Republicans said they wanted to gather more evidence to see if laws were broken, but Democrats said they were trying to score political points, undermining the public’s faith in elections and insulting election clerks, poll workers and others who ran the election.