Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has joined the growing list of people calling for the decertification of Wisconsin and Arizona.
Responding to the abundance of evidence of voter fraud in 2020, Lake had this to say on Twitter:
“Decertify Wisconsin now. And Arizona!”
She also shared a graphic showing several Wisconsin counties demanding that the election be decertified.
Evidence of voter fraud continues to pick up steam.
Gregg Phillips of the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections believes that 7% of mail-in ballots in Wisconsin were cast as a result of trafficking.
Kari Lake calls for decertification of Wisconsin and Arizona – https://t.co/hKXXh4J3Sc
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) April 5, 2022
Our friends at RSBN have more on Kari Lake’s calls to decertify both states:
Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake demanded Monday that both Wisconsin and Arizona decertify the results of the 2020 presidential election based on recently unearthed voter fraud evidence.
Kari Lake posted on Twitter, “Decertify Wisconsin now. And Arizona.” Lake’s bold declaration on Twitter is one of many recent Republican rallying cries to decertify the results of the 2020 election based on factual evidence.
Decertify Wisconsin now.
And Arizona! https://t.co/VTuDEMe9DC
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) April 3, 2022
Accusations of voter fraud in both states have been reported since the 2020 election ended.
Wisconsin is getting closer to decertifying their 2020 election, Georgia should be first or follow right after
— Kandiss Taylor (@KandissTaylor) March 17, 2022
On today’s episode of #TheGreatAmericaShow John Solomon reports Arizona has proof of tens of thousands of ballots w/o valid signatures. Illegal drop boxes in Wisconsin and fraud claims in Georgia. Join Lou with @jsolomonReports today at https://t.co/oX7FbpQqvk!
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) March 12, 2022
While you're here, @jsolomonReports broke a bombshell report about Voter Fraud on The Charlie Kirk Show. This is what should really be "trending"
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) February 2, 2022
Liz Harrington previously shared a video from Gregg Phillips of the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections claiming that 7% of all mail-in ballots in Wisconsin were illegally trafficked:
🚨🚨True the Vote Findings🚨🚨
7 PERCENT of mail-in ballots were trafficked in Wisconsin
137,551 trafficked votes in election decided by 20,682
But it wasn’t just Wisconsin… pic.twitter.com/8gilFBspkl
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 31, 2022
It’s only becoming more obvious every day that the 2020 election was likely stolen:
See for yourself how Mark Zuckerberg played a role in the 2020 election. Over $400 million in “Zuckbucks” were spent in battleground states like Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia – all according to PUBLIC records.
NEW DOCUMENTARY ⬇️https://t.co/M3WrqfqvLv
— Grace Saldana (@gracesaldanaa) April 6, 2022
Wisconsin election fraud making the front page: pic.twitter.com/0vtYvWlPWz
— jessinwis (@jessinwis) April 2, 2022
An election watchdog grouped found 137,500 ballots that were unlawfully trafficked in Wisconsin:
— Aloysius Lewis (@lewis_aloysius) April 1, 2022
The Epoch Times reported on the unlawfully trafficked ballots:
At least 137,500 absentee ballots were cast through unlawful vote trafficking throughout several of Wisconsin’s largest cities in the 2020 election, according to research presented last week to the state Assembly’s Committee on Campaigns and Elections by the public interest organization True the Vote (TTV).
Ballot trafficking is an activity in which absentee ballots and votes are solicited, sometimes in exchange for money or other valuables. They are then collected through a process called “harvesting” and delivered to drop boxes by intermediaries (someone other than the voter), who are often paid a per-ballot fee by partisan actors.
“An organized crime against Americans” is how TTV cyber expert Gregg Phillips described to the committee what happened in Wisconsin and elsewhere during the 2020 election.
Based on his 15-month study of election practices in Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Michigan, Phillips estimates that at least 4.8 million votes were trafficked nationally.