TRUMP: Will Wisconsin ‘RECLAIM’ electors, ‘turn over the Election to the actual winner,’ or ‘sit back and do nothing’?

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump posed an impactful question to Wisconsin Speaker of the State Assembly Robin Vos (R) in an unflinching statement shared to Truth Social on Saturday.

Following news that Wisconsin’s Supreme Court had ruled that absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal, Trump remarked, “It’s now up to Robin Vos to do what everybody knows what must be done. We need FAIR and HONEST Elections in our Country…”

President Trump continued, “Speaker Robin Vos has a decision to make! Does Wisconsin RECLAIM the Electors, turn over the Election to the actual winner (by a lot!) or sit back and do nothing as our Country continues to go to HELL? Brave American Patriots already have a Resolution on the Floor!”

On Friday, Wisconsin’s Supreme Court ruled that absentee drop boxes in the state violated standing statutory requirements that ballots must be delivered either in person or personally to the clerk or an authorized representative of the clerk.

“The Wisconsin Supreme Court has just declared the ‘Unlock’ Boxes, or Ballot ‘Stuffing’ Boxes to be ILLEGAL,” Trump said in his statement. “Everybody knows what went on with the $417,000,000 that little Mark Zuckerberg ‘INVESTED’ in the corrupt 2020 Presidential Election, and that doesn’t even include the big Wisconsin Nursing Home Scandal where close to 100% of the residents voted (always a MUCH lower number).”

He added, “…Other States are looking at, and studying, the amazing Wisconsin Supreme Court decision declaring Ballot Boxes ILLEGAL, and that decision includes the 2020 Presidential Election.”

Trump initially responded to the news of the Supreme Court’s ruling on Friday with a fiery statement: “This means I won the very closely contested (not actually!) Wisconsin Presidential race because they used these corrupt and scandal-ridden Scam Boxes.”

According to the ruling, the only way that drop boxes can be used is if they are placed inside election offices where they can be secured and observed.

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