And we are still hearing the narrative of “no evidence of fraud”?
According to sources, over 205,000 voters had to be removed from the rolls in Wisconsin……
So far we know that this happened in both Georgia and now in Wisconsin, so a pattern is starting to emerge. These are really large numbers here.
People who have since moved, passed away, and are no longer eligible to vote, all made their way into the final ballot counts in Wisconsin and all over The United States.
What I want to know is when we will finally get some honesty…….
Take a look:
BREAKING REPORT: Wisconsin Election Officials QUIETLY REMOVE MORE THAN 200,000 from Their Voter Rolls…
ARE YOU PAYING ATTENTION?
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) August 5, 2021
🚨NEW: Wisconsin election officials have deactivated over 205,000 voter registrations https://t.co/cfOupuAD6c
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) August 4, 2021
Wisconsin elections officials said Wednesday that they have removed more than 205,000 voters from the rolls as part of routine work to keep the state’s registration lists up to date.
Purging voters from the rolls has been a point of major contention in the perennial swing state. Conservatives filed a lawsuit in 2019 demanding that the Wisconsin Elections Commission remove voters from the rolls if they didn’t respond to mailings within 30 days. The lawsuit ultimately failed and Democrat Joe Biden went on to beat Donald Trump by about 20,000 votes.
“They are actively trying to prevent a Forensic Audit of the election results."
A "special counsel" has been appointed the power to expand a GOP-backed investigation into the 2020 election in Wisconsin.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 31, 2021
WATCH: Overview of the Wisconsin election audits. pic.twitter.com/gFUpzgdcxM
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) August 3, 2021
More details were provided by The Epoch Times:
“Many of the deactivated voters have moved and can re-register at their new address. Some of the voters had died and a few others asked to have their registrations canceled,” Meagan Wolfe, the commission’s administrator, said in a statement.
Another 12,121 voters returned the mailing within 30 days of receipt, which kept them active.
A second group of more than 31,000 voters was also removed from the rolls.
That removal stemmed from postcards mailed to over 232,000 voters in the summer of 2019. The Electronic Registration Information Center identified the voters as having possibly moved.