The election audit in Wisconsin wrapped up a few days ago. This particular audit never garnered as much attention as the one in Maricopa County, Arizona, and for good reason. The Wisconsin audit was set up to fail from the beginning. The only reason why the fake news media howled about the Arizona audit so much was because that endeavor was much more thorough and was obviously designed to root out fraud. (Side note: There are still more results that will be reported from Arizona, because those auditors are not done yet.)
The Democrats were never really worried about this hamstrung Wisconsin audit. But maybe they should have been.
The Wisconsin audit had its hands tied from the beginning. Many of the detecting methods used to audit the state’s results were clipped by the legislature and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos. For example, the auditors were only allowed to examine cherry-picked samplings from counties to look for fraud. The vast majority of ballots were never examined.
The auditors were, however, allowed to make full comparisons of the voter rolls with other public records, and that’s where they made a truly shocking a discovery: A discrepancy that is 300% greater than Joe Biden’s supposed margin of victory in Wisconsin.
Before we get to that, it’s important to remember why we’re even talking about Wisconsin at all. Back on election night in 2020, Wisconsin stopped counting ballots at 1 a.m. at the main counting center in Madison. State election officials in Wisconsin have denied this vehemently, but it’s true. No ballot results were reported between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. in the early hours of November 4th. Joe Biden was trailing Donald Trump by a little under 100,000 votes when the counting stopped.
At 4 a.m., a batch of counted Wisconsin ballots was dropped with 100,000 votes for Joe Biden and zero for Trump. Biden then went on to allegedly win by 20,682 votes. This 4 a.m. ballot dump was nicknamed “The Drop” by Trump supporters at the time.
In 2016, Donald Trump defeated Crooked Hillary in Wisconsin by about 23,000 votes. In 2020, Trump increased his vote total by more than 200,000 votes in Wisconsin. But somehow lost to Joe Biden by 20,000 votes.
Here is another strange anomaly from Wisconsin. Voter turnout for the 2020 election was 89% in Wisconsin, just like Pima County, Arizona. There’s no valid explanation for this. As I’ve written previously regarding states that implement mail-in voting, 70% voter turnout seems to be the peak, even for presidential elections. Why was Wisconsin’s voter turnout 19% higher than the national average in 2020, and compared to all other states that have used mail-in voting for years? Nothing to see here!
All of those discrepancies and anomalies are obviously circumstantial and not enough evidence to overturn Wisconsin’s results. But they are curious in a “where there’s smoke there’s fire” sort of way. Funny how these anomalies only run in one direction to favor the Democrat Party, isn’t it?
Anway, one of the things the Wisconsin auditors were allowed to examine was voter registrations against existing state records. The auditors jumped all over that and compared new voter registrations against the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s (DOT) records. In order to register to vote in Wisconsin, as in most other states, you have be at least 18 and have a driver’s license issued by the state. You also have to be living at the address of your voter registration for 28 days prior to the election, not a felon, etc., etc.
Roughly 950,000 Wisconsin residents registered to vote for the first time in the 2020 election. Out of those 950,000, there were 59,465 registered voters whose information did not match the registration information on file with the Wisconsin DOT. Whoops.
13,800 of those voters had no information on file at all with the DOT.
What’s the explanation for this? Were they fraudulent double registrations? Illegal aliens who are ineligible to vote? Something else? We don’t know, but those 59,465 registered voters represent a margin that is three times larger than Joe Biden’s alleged margin of victory. That batch of newly registered voters, which appears fraudulent and therefore ineligible to vote, represents 1.8% of the total that voted in Wisconsin in 2020.
Due to fraud, the outcome of the 2020 election in Arizona, Georgia and now Wisconsin is truly unknowable. All three of those states should decertify their anomalous results. That leaves Joe Biden a total of 269 electoral votes, which means he did not win the 2020 election in the Electoral College.
The stopgap for this under the Electoral College Act – which was passed and signed into law many decades ago – is for all 50 states to hold a second election in Congress, in which each state gets one vote. When the Electoral College vote is indeterminate, Congress decides the outcome. With 27 red states and 23 blue states, Donald Trump is reelected as America’s President of the United States.