From everything we’ve seen since Election Night, there is ample reason to believe election interference occurred. Sure, the media will do their best to ignore it. But you better believe Trump and his campaign will fight for as long as they can. Now, we are seeing more signs that Democrats at the state level tried to steal the election for Biden.
We’ve seen the “irregularities” in Pennsylvania. And some states dragged out the counting process, suddenly finding more ballots for Biden. But the attempts to sway the election for the Democrats goes much deeper than that.
It turns out in many blue states, election officials tried to “game” the system to give them an advantage. They altered rules and made changes hoping it would benefit their side. The only problem? They don’t have the power to do that, only state legislatures do.
The Constitution allows only for state legislatures to change the ways elections are conducted, but memos show Wisconsin election supervisors made three substantial changes in 2020 that impact potentially tens of thousands of ballots in a battleground state that Joe Biden won by just 20,000.
Records reviewed by Just the News show that an executive branch agency called the Wisconsin Election Commission:
- permitted local county election clerks to cure spoiled ballots by filling in missing addresses for witnesses even though state law invalidates any ballot without a witness address.
- exempted as many as 200,000 citizens from voter ID rules by allowing them to claim the COVID-19 pandemic caused them to be “indefinitely confined.”
- failed to purge 130,000 names from outdated voter rolls as required by law.
[Source: Just the News]
Hmm… none of this looks suspicious, huh? It seems that these election officials change certain rules that could have opened the door for voter fraud. Local county election clerks were allowed to fill in missing addresses, even though ballots with missing info must be rejected.
You can imagine how that rule can be abused to stuff the ballot box with forged or stolen ballots. Even on the face of it, this rule sounds shady. Why can’t a voter put in their own information? And why would a stranger, even a clerk, want to do it for them after the fact? Unless, of course, the fix was in?
The other rules clearly open the door for fraud, negating ID rules and keep over 100,000 names on the voter rules. We’ve seen plenty of reports from state-to-state of dead people (some dead for decades) voting in this election. That should be enough to spark a widescale investigation—yet the media is silent.
President Trump’s legal team has already launched investigations in Pennsylvania and other states. That are demanding a recount in Wisconsin, since the margin is razor-thin. But this new information should spark much more than a recount. The courts need to address these unconstitutional rules, reject them, and require the state to abide by its own laws.
The only question is, will they bother to do so?