Former President Donald Trump is not holding back on Republicans who haven’t investigated the 2020 election. He recently called out Wisconsin Republicans Robin Vos, Chris Kapenga, and David LeMahieau, who were tasked with doing a full forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election. He wrote that they were actively “working hard to cover up election corruption” in Wisconsin, especially Milwaukee, one of the most corrupt election locales in the country.
He expressed anger over how the state handled ballot dumps during the election race. Wisconsin was one of the pivotal swing states that went for Biden in the election.
“Don’t fall for their lies! These REPUBLICAN ‘leaders’ need to step up and support the people who elected them by providing a full forensic investigation. If they don’t, I have little doubt that they will be primaried and quickly run out of office,” Trump stated.
He said a dump of 143,379 votes came in at 3:42 a.m, with all of them going to Biden. He asked if Michigan, another pivotal swing state, has even started its review of the election yet. They also experienced a dump of 149,772 ballots at 6:31 in the morning, with 96% of them going to Biden.
“Where did these ‘votes’ come from? Both were State Election changing events, and that is on top of the other corruption without even including the fact that neither state got Legislative approval, which is required under the United States Constitution,” Trump asked.
Trump’s remarks come as a judge just granted Fulton County, Georgia “sovereign immunity” over the forensic election audit, and Maricopa County, Arizona also faces extreme resistance from the Biden Administration.
Vos and Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieau called Trump’s comments “misinformed” and “unfortunate” but that they are confident in their approach.
An ex-Brown County clerk, Sandy Juno, however, informed reporters that the use of money for a political group funded by Mark Zuckerberg “may have violated state law.” According to the report, millions of dollars were poured into multiple Democratic strongholds in the months leading up to the raise, with more than a third of a billion dollars by Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan. Juno said that the infusion of the cash “began to take over election functions.”
“And that is not something under state statutes they have the authority to do because, under Wisconsin law, municipal clerks, the county clerk, and the Wisconsin Elections Commission are the individuals charged with running elections,” Juno explained.
Juno said as things got closer to the election, they found out that an outside group had come in and was trying to redo the forms and documents they use state-wide. She explained that these people were from “out of state” and had “no business doing it,” adding that the money resulted in sidelining career experts and making last-minute changes to how ballots in Green Bay were counted in the November election.
Bruno said that these “last-minute changes” may have violated state laws and called on policymakers to ban grant money from rich donors to go into local election referees. She claims it creates corrupt influence in the elections ahead.
“We need to be really on top of this because if this is how elections are going to go, we won’t have election integrity,” Juno warned.
Juno argued that the outside management had an impact on the overall election and that the ballot process was very closely monitored by individuals who are “normally not running elections.”
Biden won the state of Wisconsin by a mere 20,000 votes out of 2.24 million votes cast, which is pretty significant since Trump won Wisconsin in 2016.
By looking at the Arizona and Georgia audits, it’s pretty easy to tell that Big Tech threw around cash to run elections in select counties and nobody bothered to stop them. That’s why election officials aren’t willing to investigate their own fraud.