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Friends, another gigantic lawsuit has just been launched and this time it’s in Wisconsin.
Three voters from the state of Wisconsin filed a Federal Lawsuit that seeks to have over 800,000 ballots thrown away in three democratic counties.
The lawsuit states that the absentee voting process in Milwaukee County, Dane County, and Menominee County included illegal votes that should be thrown out.
Biden currently leads Wisconsin with 20,000 votes but if this lawsuit pulls through Trump wins by over 720,000 votes.
A federal lawsuit filed by three voters in Wisconsin seeks to have hundreds of thousands of ballots thrown out in three counties, including in the state’s two largest counties, which are Democratic strongholds.https://t.co/2eZ7vvG8BA — from @zhalaschak for @dcexaminer
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) November 13, 2020
Three Wisconsin residents filed the lawsuit asking a federal court to throw out all the votes cast in Dane, Milwaukee and Menominee counties, a move an election law expert says would be unprecedented. https://t.co/XWasF2UyiP
— WPR (@WPR) November 13, 2020
A federal lawsuit filed in Green Bay seeks to toss all ballots from three heavily Democratic Wisconsin counties that encompass Milwaukee, Madison and a Native American reservation https://t.co/jv1jWpD2Na
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) November 13, 2020
The Washington Examiner got the scoop and shared theses details:
A federal lawsuit filed by three voters in Wisconsin seeks to have hundreds of thousands of ballots thrown out in three counties, including in the state’s two largest counties, which are Democratic strongholds.
The lawsuit filed on Thursday in the U.S. District Court in Green Bay contends that the absentee voting process in Milwaukee County, Dane County (where Wisconsin’s capital of Madison is located), and Menominee County included “illegal votes” and thus must have their presidential election results invalidated. If the long-shot lawsuit succeeds, it would add the state’s 10 Electoral College votes to President Trump’s ledger.
The plaintiffs focus part of their argument on “indefinitely confined voters.” State law allows those self-reporting as indefinitely confined to vote without a photo ID due to confinement to their residence because of age, physical illness, or disability for an indefinite period of time. This year, the number of indefinitely confined voters increased by a striking rate amid the coronavirus pandemic. Last year, some 72,000 voters said they were indefinitely confined. That number reportedly exploded to 243,000 voters this year.
Three voters in northeastern Wisconsin have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to exclude election ballots in Milwaukee, Dane and Menominee counties that helped deliver the state to President-elect Joe Biden.https://t.co/cz2F94juxb
— NBC26 News (@NBC26) November 13, 2020
NBC 26 News added to the story:
Three voters in northeastern Wisconsin have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to exclude election ballots in Milwaukee, Dane and Menominee counties that helped deliver the state to President-elect Joe Biden.
Brown County one of 17 remaining counties finishing post-election canvass
The plaintiffs allege without evidence that absentee voting is rife with widespread fraud and that votes in those counties should not be included in the state’s final election certification, which would then give Wisconsin to President Donald Trump.
The lawsuit, filed Thursday, alleges voters in the three counties may have bypassed state law requiring voters to provide a photo ID by declaring themselves “indefinitely confined” due to the coronavirus pandemic. The suit also takes issue with clerks’ abilities to take corrective actions to remedy errors related to witness’s addresses on absentee ballots, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
Three voters in northeastern Wisconsin have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to exclude Nov. 3 election ballots in Milwaukee, Dane and Menominee counties. https://t.co/jZZ1OU4gU4
— News 9 WAOW (@WAOW) November 13, 2020