97%? You gotta be kidding me here.
They might as well have gone for the full 100. Shenanigans like this happened all over the country in a lot of different ways.
Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania and many more states all experienced voter fraud and election fraud.
How does one guy pay $500,000,000 for lockboxes?
How do we allow people to vote without ID? People have got to be kidding when they turn the idea of voter ID into a racial one.
President Trump said it best when he said that: “Even Mexico uses voter ID.”
People who don’t even exist are voting out of nursing homes and god knows what else.
Take a look:
PR Newswire had more from Project Amistad on Wisconsin election integrity:
The Amistad Project, the leading election integrity watchdog, announced today that it is filing a formal complaint filed with the Wisconsin Election Commission on behalf of five Green Bay residents who allege that city officials allowed private activist groups to control significant aspects of the 2020 elections, including ballot "curing" and vote counting.
"Hundreds of millions of dollars purchased local election offices in 2020 to benefit one political candidate, paying salaries of election officials and literally dictating the manner in which the election should be managed," said Phill Kline, Director of The Amistad Project. "Evidence in Green Bay proves this shadow government ran the election and now it is time those involved come clean."
"This is about safeguarding future elections and establishing the precedent that private corporations and tech oligarchs should not be calling the shots," said Erick Kaardal, special counsel for The Amistad Project. "Wisconsin law puts city clerks in charge of administering elections at the local level, yet internal emails show that Green Bay's city clerk was boxed out by the mayor's office, which handed over the keys to the counting room to Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, a representative of the leftist National Vote at Home Institute (NVHI) and a long-time Democratic Party operative."
The Center Square also had more on Wisconsin election integrity efforts:
Wisconsin lawmakers spent Wednesday at the Capitol looking to close the gaps from last fall’s election.
The Wisconsin Senate approved four pieces of legislation that Sen. Duey Strobel, R-Saukville, said will make it easier to vote and more difficult to cheat in the state.
“We must restore confidence and trust in our elections, and these bills are the first step in doing that,” Stroebel said.
One of the plans, which provides more protections for poll workers, is from Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills.
The others are all Stroebel’s, including:
SB 213 expands enforcement options for election law violations by giving the courts a direct path in election challenges, not just the Wisconsin Election Commission. The plan also allows prosecutors in neighboring counties to investigate election complaints in adjacent counties.
SB 208 increases transparency at the Wisconsin Elections Commission by requiring the online publication of the Commission’s meeting minutes.
SB 207 clarifies the rules in Wisconsin dealing with outside money and its use in the state’s election administration.