One has to wonder why any Republican would not want to know if cheating went on in the 2020 election, but I’m even more curious why Speaker Vos would fight so hard to prevent the truth from coming out whether it was good or bad. W should always strive for the truth. People can usually deal with anything but lies. Speaker Vos had a half-a**ed audit done in Wisconsin, but as bad as it was and though designed to fail, it didn’t fail.
For one thing, nearly one million people registered to vote in 2020. That’s a huge number considering only less than 3.3 million people voted. Wisconsin was one of the wing states that saw a large number of votes dumped early the next morning.
Of the number of people who registered to vote, 45,000 of them had information that did not match up to their DMV records. Another 13,800 were never even attempted to be matched to their DOY records. That is nearly 60,000 in a state, Biden allegedly won by a little over 20,000 votes.
Wisconsin’s election was given to Biden with only a 20,000 vote lead. Over 100,000 ballots for Biden only were dropped in the middle of the night in Milwaukee. This state never should have been certified for Biden. Speaker Vos knows it.
Wisconsin House Speaker Robin Vos initiated numerous actions that showed he wasn’t really serious about getting to the bottom of the fraudulent results in Wisconsin.
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One of these actions was to get the state auditors involved. Unfortunately, this exercise was lacking from the start. The state auditors lack the expertise that others focused on ballot reviews using AI have. The state also would likely sample their work, which is inadequate for election audits and bank audits as noted previously.
The state auditors’ results were released this week and the results were just as expected. Although the auditors performed good work, due to the nature and significance of the fraud in the 2020 Election in Wisconsin, their work is inadequate.
The problem is there were millions of absentee ballots counted in the election, a small sample will miss numerous cases of fraud. It’s like counting the $10 bills in a tellers drawer in a bank audit and saying the banks’ balance for all money in-house is accurate.