We have been saying it here for quite a while….
This election is JUST getting started.
Amid a hailstorm of reports from all over the country of voter fraud and election irregularity there are reports coming in of investigations and action being taken in many states and districts.
Wisconson is just one of several battleground states that mysteriously “flipped” to blue in the middle of the night.
Concerned with the obvious red flags, glitches and reports of election misconduct nationwide has prompted Wisconson assembly speaker Robin Vos to direct a commitee to investigate.
Check it out:
The Gateway Pundit came through with the details:
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) directed the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections to review the statewide election amid concerns over a massive midnight ballot dump for Joe Biden.
“Wisconsin’s election system is one of the best in the country. We have well-trained staff that finished counting the ballots well before most other states. However, we can always look for ways to improve it even more. I hope the committee investigates the inefficiency of Milwaukee’s central counting of absentee ballots, as well as the removal of voters from the rolls who no longer live here.”
Shortly after Fox News called Arizona for Joe Biden early on Tuesday night, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania all stopped counting ballots.
Then all of a sudden a massive ballot dump of over 100,000 ballots in Milwaukee in the dead of the night went 100% to Joe Biden.
Joe Biden did not carry the down ballot in Wisconsin (and many other key swing states).
In Wisconsin, Michigan and Georgia the number of votes for Biden far exceeded the number of votes for the Democrat Senate candidates in these states.
Daily Caller Also had this to say:
Wisconsin Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos instructed a review of the state’s election results following concerns about mail-in ballots and voter fraud, according to Wisconsin State Journal.
Wisconsin concluded an unofficial count of the 2020 election earlier this week, putting Joe Biden at only 20,000 votes in the lead, the Wisconsin State Journal reported. The Associated Press and Fox News were among several news media to call the election Saturday for Biden, but President Donald Trump has yet to concede citing recounts and ongoing litigation.
Vos constructed a team to analyze if the election was administered legally. Votes in Wisconsin must go through three different levels of certification, according to Fox6 News Milwaukee. Meanwhile, Wisconsin clerks are currently in the process of reviewing all results in the state.