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Looks like Wisconsin may be next!

According to sources, calls for an audit in Wisconsin are growing. They must see what is going on in Arizona, and Fulton county Georgia, and I’m sure they have concerns.

Calls for audits are continuing to grow all over the country, and we may see a flood of audits this year.

There is just no way a guy who could barely keep up with the teleprompter got more votes than Barack Obama. There is also no way that same guy could get more votes than the charismatic incumbent President Trump.

Wisconsin has every right and every reason to audit, even though some are putting them down and railing against them.

Let’s take a look at the proposed audit and the controversy:

Becker News had more on a possible Wisconsin audit:

Wisconsin State Representative Timothy Ramthun was so impressed by the Maricopa County independent audit update on Thursday that he is now calling for Wisconsin to follow suit.

Ramthun has issued the following statement in response to today’s developments in the Arizona Senate hearing.

“After reviewing the information released from both the Fulton County audit in Georgia and today’s Arizona Senate hearing on the Maricopa County audit, I am formally requesting a more comprehensive audit from former Justice Michael J. Gableman and the Legislative Audit Bureau into the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin,” the statement says.

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Wisconsin Examiner called the audit a sham:

Officials from the Protect Democracy, Fair Fight Action and United States Action have launched a new website with toolkits to help people understand the differences between real election audits and “fake” or “sham” audits.

All three groups agree that the audit taking in place in Arizona’s Maricopa County is not credible — because of the lack of experience of the company conducting it, the methods that are being used, and the lack of transparency. Experts who spoke as part of the panel also said that other auditing, recounting and canvassing done through the State of Arizona long ago proved the election’s legitimacy.

The new website,, is the joint project of the three groups.

They say the Arizona “audit” is just the beginning of what is likely going to be a growing trend that will pit career election officials against politicians and start-up companies claiming to be able to do forensic and large-scale audits. They warn that without better public education, people could become more confused and lose confidence in what is otherwise a very safe, secure and — above all — accurate election process.


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