Trump slams Wisconsin Speaker Robin Vos: ‘Election Integrity seems to mean nothing to him’

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump creamed Wisconsin State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R) for his lack of concern about reports of election fraud.

“Robin Vos has done a terrible thing to Wisconsin,” the 45th president wrote in a statement on Truth Social. “Election Integrity seems to mean nothing to him, despite a sweeping Wisconsin Supreme Court Victory. It was a RIGGED Election.”

Trump continued, “A lot of people will be voting against Vos on Tuesday, and for very good reason. A do nothing RINO!!!”

The sweeping Wisconsin Supreme Court victory that Trump was referring to came down in July. The state Supreme Court ruled that absentee drop boxes are illegal now and were in 2020 because they violated Wisconsin’s statutory regulations that required absentee ballots to be personally delivered to a clerk or authorized representative of the clerk.

Trump previously stated, “This means I won the very closely contested (not actually!) Wisconsin Presidential race because they used these corrupt and scandal-ridden Scam Boxes.”

Additionally, this is not the first time Speaker Vos has drawn the ire of President Trump for his inaction on election integrity. The president recently ripped Vos for “doing nothing” about the evidence related to election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

Trump slammed Vos shortly after the state Supreme Court’s decision. He wrote, “Looks like Speaker Robin Vos, a long time professional RINO always looking to guard his flank, will be doing nothing about the amazing Wisconsin Supreme Court decision stating loud and clear that the impossible to control ‘Unlock’ Boxes in the State are ILLEGAL.”

On Friday, Trump further commented that “RINOs” were “almost as bad as the Radical Left Democrats.” He added, “You never know where they’re coming from, but we always find out!”

The prohibition on unsupervised drop boxes in Wisconsin will likely have a big impact on the upcoming primary elections in Wisconsin in 2022.

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