Democrats continue to rail on about how honest and open the 2020 election was.
Somehow, the most honest election happened after a 2016 election that House Speaker Pelosi (D-CA) called a heist and a 2018 election where Stacey Abrams claims voter suppression cost her the governor’s mansion.
Trump has been railing since his loss about possible issues (all of which have been dismissed by Democrats), including in the state of Wisconsin, where yet more problems are starting to surface.
There are now two major problems in Wisconsin that conservatives are going to focus on.
First, there were nursing home residents who had their votes exploited.
Secondly, there are alleged election instructions that were given in Wisconsin that were unlawful.
When you add inmate voting, ballot harvesting, and other illegal ballots being cast in different states, clearly, some things need to be worked on to ensure an honest election in this country.
The cries for more secure elections will only get louder after Thursday’s big announcement by a local Wisconsin sheriff.
Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling uncovered a scheme where dozens of cognitively impaired nursing home residents had allegedly cast ballots in the election.
In one case, the deceased resident’s family found out the individual had cast a ballot, even though said individual had passed away a month before the election.
Sheriff Schmaling stated that the “election statute was in fact not just broken, but shattered.”
Following the LAB report, what Sheriff Schmaling has uncovered + disclosed might only be tip of the iceberg of fraud in the 2020 election.
The Legislature must be given the time, resources, and cooperation of election officials to conduct a complete investigation of allegations. https://t.co/GNLBNwSJ6n
— Senator Ron Johnson (@SenRonJohnson) October 28, 2021
This problem, specifically, has been running rampant.
Again, I will not go so far as to say it would have impacted the general election, but local elections can clearly be influenced by even a few votes, let alone a few dozen, hundred, or thousand.
Just fix the problem now and we never have to hear about it again… it really is that simple.
Source: Just the News