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Unbelievable: Another 152,000 Illegal 2020 Votes Discovered in This One State

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Oops! Someone turned over another rock when it comes to the 2020 election, and you’ll never guess what they found! You may want to sit down for this but… it looks like there may have been a little bit of cheating in the 2020 election.

And by “a little bit,” we mean another mountain of evidence has been uncovered. It turns out that there may have been as many as 152,000 illegally cast ballots in Wisconsin, which Mr. LOL-81-Million Biden allegedly “won” by 20,682 votes.

The 2020 election was so shady that it’s difficult to pick which state ran the dirtiest election of all. In Nevada, more ballots were turned in than the number of registered voters in 15 out of 17 counties. In Arizona, gobs of fraud were uncovered by a forensic state-sponsored audit. Pennsylvania had an extra 1.1 million votes that turned up out of nowhere in the middle of the night.

The Ruby Freeman police bodycam footage from Georgia, regarding the magic suitcase ballots that were pulled out from under a table after observers left the State Farm Arena, has finally been released. Freeman’s account of the fraud that night was crazy, and we’ll be writing about it sometime soon.

But Wisconsin had its own special brand of down-and-dirty cheating to help steal the election from Donald Trump.

 

A brand-new piece of evidence has just been uncovered by a watchdog group called Election Watch. The group found 45,000 ballots that were cast by people who lived out of state on November 3, 2020. That’s obviously illegal. They found another 107,000 people who had moved to another address, but then cast ballots (or ballots were cast for them) from their previous jurisdiction. That’s also completely illegal under Wisconsin laws, and shouldn’t even be possible.

Jacob Alldredge is an industrial engineer who used to live in Wisconsin, but now lives in Tennessee. Alldredge was in Tennessee on election day in 2020, and he cast a ballot there. But the Wisconsin voter rolls also show that Alldredge voted in person in Wisconsin.

“I was not in Wisconsin that day,” Alldredge insists. “The entire situation distresses me because, without election integrity, your vote doesn’t matter.”

Yeah. Approximately 75 million Trump voters have been feeling that way for more than two years now.

Jacob’s mother Sandy Alldredge still lives in Wisconsin, and became a volunteer with Election Watch as the group was investigating the 2020 election. That’s how she discovered a record that her son had voted “in person” on November 3rd, even though she knew for a fact that Jacob was in Tennessee, and that his name shouldn’t even be on the voter rolls in Wisconsin any longer.

Sandy notes that Election Watch found that there were precincts in Wisconsin that had a voter turnout rate of 103%. Wisconsin has 7.3 million registered voters on its rolls, despite the state having a population of about 5.9 million people.

We’ve written previously about the more than 100,000 voters on the Wisconsin rolls who first registered to vote in 1918. The Special Counsel who investigated the 2020 election found that 70,000 of those people cast ballots in 2020 – despite the fact that they would all have to be a minimum of 124 years of age to have done so.

And here’s where the story of a vote being cast in Jacob Alldredge’s name gets weird. Election Watch found the record that he had voted in person, despite the fact that he lived in Tennessee and wasn’t even in Wisconsin on Election Day. But after Election Watch moved to file a formal complaint in Delavan County, WI, the record of Jacob Alldredge having voted on Election Day vanished from the system.

The voter roll in Wisconsin now says Jacob Alldredge’s voting status has been inactive since 2016, and the proof that a ballot was cast in his name in 2020 is gone. Someone altered the record after they got caught.

The simplest explanation is that the Democrats are using public change of address forms to fabricate votes. They know that if a person moves out-of-state, they’re unlikely to ever check and see whether anyone has cast a fraudulent ballot in their name. Jacob Alldredge only discovered that a ballot was cast in his name by accident, when his own mother found out. And there are 151,999 other instances of the same thing happening.

This doesn’t mean that Joe Biden won Wisconsin in 2020. It doesn’t mean that Donald Trump won. But based on the fact that there were 150,000 votes cast there, it means that the result is unknowable – and there should have been a do-over election to clean it up.


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