Trump counters Speaker Vos, says he does have the power to decertify Wisconsin’s 2020 electors

by Laura Ramirez

President Trump called out Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos after he admitted election fraud tainted the results of the 2020 election yet maintained he does not hold power “to decertify any of the elections.”

“Speaker Robin Vos, of the Great State of Wisconsin, just said there was ‘widespread fraud’ in the 2020 Presidential Election, but that the State Legislature cannot do anything about it. Wrong!” Trump said in a statement released through his Save America PAC on Thursday.

“There is already a very powerful resolution in the Wisconsin State Assembly that calls for the decertification of the 2020 Election and reclaiming of Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes,” he continued, highlighting the vast amount of election fraud and irregularities revealed by former Wisconsin state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman.

“The highly respected Special Counsel, Michael Gableman, has exposed so much already, including election bribery with Mark Zuckerberg’s $8.8 million, horrific fraud stealing votes from the elderly in nursing homes, and rampant ballot harvesting and phantom votes. Far more votes than is needed for the Republican candidate, me, to win,” Trump claimed.

Earlier this month, Justice Gableman appealed to state lawmakers to decertify the 2020 election results after presenting a 136-page report revealing damming voter fraud irregularities in the Badger State.

Vos also admitted that widespread fraud corrupted the election results following Justice Gableman’s investigation. However, the speaker signaled he lacked the authority to decertify the election.

Nonetheless, Vos claimed it is up to Wisconsin voters to decide the future of the state’s election laws.

Despite Vos’s hesitancy to recall electoral votes, Trump is confident other states will follow the state’s lead and “correct the Crime of the Century” once Wisconsin decertifies the 2020 election results.

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