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There Are Loopholes In Wisconsin’s Election System That Could Have Caused Hundreds Of Thousands Of FAKE Ballots To Be Cast

This loophole is just one of many irregularities cited and just one of many reports raising doubt on the integrity of Wisconsin's election process


Again, the numbers just don’t add up. 

There are dead people casting ballots in Wisconsin. 

There are numerous ways in which to defraud an election, including voting twice in different localities, signature mismatching, creating false ballots, or altering numbers in a system. 

Nothing however, is as remarkable, or novel as the deceased voting in a presidential election.

Now citizens and Senators alike are questioning the election integrity of Wisconsin due to glaring loopholes which could be exploited to create massive voter fraud

Here is what we know:

The Federalist reported: 

MADISON, Wis. — Outgoing Wisconsin state Sen. Patty Schachtner, a full-time county medical examiner, earlier this year claimed to be “indefinitely confined,” receiving the special status accorded under state election law. The Democrat and her husband signed a statement claiming they were confined to their home “because of age, physical illness or infirmity” in seeking an absentee ballot to be automatically sent to their Somerset home.

It begs the question: If the lawmaker is “indefinitely confined,” how has she performed her duties as St. Croix County’s Medical Examiner these past six months?

Medical examiner doesn’t seem to be a remote gig. The St. Croix Medical Examiner’s Office’s mission is “to serve the public with trained medicolegal death investigators to ensure accurate and scientific investigations when determining cause and manner of death,” according to its website.

An official from the St. Croix Register of Deeds office told Empower Wisconsin that Schachtner has signed the county’s death certificates over the past several months — since she applied for indefinitely confined status in June. If the state senator was in the field performing death investigations, she certainly was not “indefinitely confined” under the meaning and intent of state statute. So, did the lawmaker break the law?

In an earlier report by The MacIver Institute, these facts came to light: 

It was a fitting end to Wisconsin’s lawless presidential election: When one of the state’s electors cast her ballot at the State Capitol, she all but confirmed that she herself had committed election fraud.

Outgoing Democratic State Senator Patty Schachtner—who lost her re-election bid in the 10th Senate District to Rob Stafsholt last month—had earlier this year claimed to be indefinitely confined to her home.

Wisconsin Statute 6.86(2) allows voters to list themselves as “indefinitely confined because of age, physical illness or infirmity” or if they are “disabled for an indefinite period.”

As she cast her electoral vote for Joe Biden in Madison (roughly 250 miles away from her home in Somerset) on Monday, Schachtner proved that she was in no way confined because of age, physical illness, infirmity, or physical disability.  She managed to get to the Capitol just fine.


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