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Where Did They Go? 83,000 Mail In Ballots Mysteriously Disappeared During Wisconsin’s 2020 Election


Well, this is interesting……

According to The Public Interest Legal Foundation, 83,000 mail in ballots went missing in Wisconsin while officials were attempting to carry out the election in 2020.

This is just one of the latest findings by The Public Interest Legal Foundation which could shed light on the fraud which occurred during the 2020 Presidential election.

It remains to be seen where this will go, but The RNC has already come out officially stating that they believe fraud occurred nationwide, and the Arizona audit report should be here any day now.

I think that the coming days and weeks should be very interesting for election integrity; especially with the global spotlight currently shining on Biden and his cabinet…..

Here’s more on the story:

Breitbart reports:

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) said on Friday that 82,766 mail ballots sent to voters in Wisconsin’s November 2020 presidential election “went missing or undeliverable,” a number more than four times greater than Joe Biden’s 20,682 vote certified margin of victory in the state.

The report showed that, unlike the results of the 2012 and 2016, the number of “missing or undeliverable” mail ballots in 2020 exceeded the margin of victory in the election to determine which presidential candidate would be awarded the state’s ten electoral college votes.

In 2020, for instance, 1.4 million ballots were mailed to Wisconsin voters, which was 86 percent of the 1.6 million votes cast. (emphasis added)



Robin Vos is stepping up the fight for election integrity in Wisconsin according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

Wisconsin lawmakers will spend hundreds of thousands to review the presidential election and will soon issue subpoenas as part of their effort, according to Reince Priebus, the former head of the state and national arms of the Republican Party.

Priebus, the first chief of staff to former President Donald Trump, made the comments Tuesday on former Trump adviser Steve Bannon’s podcast. He described the plans three days after Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos of Rochester met with Trump about his plans to review the election.

Vos has faced pressure from both the left and right as he seeks to examine an election that courts have determined was conducted properly. Joe Biden narrowly won the state and gained a handful of votes in recounts requested by Trump in Dane and Milwaukee counties.


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