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Kaboom: Wisconsin Senate Orders Full 2020 Election Audit

A state office in Wisconsin called the Legislative Audit Bureau wrapped up its 2020 election “audit” and issued a 168-page report to the legislature with recommendations. 81-million vote-getter Joe Biden (LOL) “won” Wisconsin by a margin of 20,682 votes in the November 2020 election.

The results of the audit were somewhat limited, due to the nature of the audit, the nature of the auditors, and the refusal of three Democrat-controlled counties in Wisconsin that completely refused to cooperate with the audit. But at the end of the day, there were still some shocking findings. These findings were shocking enough that the Wisconsin state senate took a surprise vote this week… to order a full statewide audit!

To be honest, this “audit” by the Legislative Audit Bureau was not a real audit-audit. It was nowhere near as thorough as the audit that is still ongoing in Maricopa County, Arizona right now. This was an audit similar to the results you get when you ask your 13-year-old to rake the leaves on the lawn. Some leaves certainly got raked, but… the end result wasn’t quite what you had envisioned. This preliminary Wisconsin audit was more like a “review,” to put it politely.

The auditor were all bureaucrats working a state office. They probably viewed the task like drudgery, or… raking the lawn, or something. They only reviewed small samples of ballots. Three counties refused to cooperate at all, as mentioned above. And these guys have none of the technical expertise of the auditors who are still reviewing Maricopa County. But they did find some interesting tidbits.

For example, they discovered that 59,465 newly registered voters had information that didn’t match up with the information on file with the state’s Department of Transportation. Whether these were illegal aliens, people who falsely registered and got to vote anyway, or something else, we don’t know. The audit wasn’t that thorough. It does however represent a margin of questionable statewide voters that is 3 times greater than Joe Biden’s margin of victory.

 

In addition, the Wisconsin auditors discovered that 44,272 people were allowed to vote without showing their ID. Wisconsin has been a voter ID state since Gov. Scott Walker signed it into law back in 2011. If you don’t show ID, you’re not allowed to vote there. 60,000 here, 40,000 there and suddenly we have discrepancies that are 500% larger than Joe Biden’s Wisconsin margin of victory in 2020.

In a sampling of mail-in ballots, the auditors discovered that 7% of “voters” only partially filled out their addresses. That statistically works out to tens of thousands of additional questionable ballots.

Furthermore, Wisconsin’s election systems have no way to flag double voters. In a sampling of just 24 mail-in ballots in one precinct, they discovered 4 individuals who had double voted. That is statistically a 16% double-voting failure among mail-in ballots! Or, with more than 2 million absentee ballots cast in Wisconsin in 2020, that translates to as many as 320,000 double votes (statistically).

Despite checking only limited samples of ballots across the state (and none in 3 Democrat counties), the auditors found 11 dead people who cast ballots in the 2020 election. They discovered a total of 12,565 dead voters on Wisconsin’s voter rolls after the election, when the Secretary of State was finally forced to remove them all. How many of those deceased people actually cast ballots? There’s no way to know for sure without a full, detailed, forensic audit.

Another finding: Wisconsin state law surrounding elections does not state whether drop boxes are legal to use or not. It’s an open question that the legislature there has never decided on, one way or another. Yet the Wisconsin Election Commission issued “guidance” for Democrat-run municipalities to use them anyway – which they did. What the WEC did actually equates to a state agency writing a law out of thin air, which the WEC isn’t allowed to do.

That’s just too many problems for any state legislature to ignore with a straight face, so the Wisconsin senate has now done the right thing. They’ve authorized a full audit, and hopefully they’ll bring in someone with some true expertise to do this right. Oh, and in case you’ve lost track, all of those and “anomalies” in Wisconsin represent about a 2,150% discrepancy between the official result and the actual potential outcome. No wonder the Wisconsin senate authorized a full audit. It’s starting to feel like maybe someone cheated in 2020!


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