Wisconsin finds number of trafficked ballots is six times larger than the margin of victory

by Timothy Frudd

Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington released videos from a hearing on Thursday detailing the troubling extent of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election discovered in the state of Wisconsin.

Harrington wrote, “7 PERCENT of mail-in ballots were trafficked in Wisconsin.” Calculating the number of votes that are believed to have been trafficked, she added, “137,551 trafficked votes in election decided by 20,682.”

These numbers were revealed during a hearing held on March 24 by the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections at the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Wisconsin has been heavily involved in investigations surrounding the 2020 presidential election. Evidence has been pouring out of the state showing massive voter fraud and election irregularities.

Earlier this month, Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos admitted, “I think there was widespread fraud. I think we are going to see more and more data that comes out as Justice Gableman continues his investigation.”

While Vos admitted there was widespread voter fraud, he claimed that the state legislature does not have the power to decertify the election. However, President Donald Trump responded stating that Vos does have that power.

“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,” the 45th president stated.

Wisconsin’s new evidence of voter fraud highlights the 45th president’s message concerning the 2020 election. Harrington explained the disturbing report of ballot harvesting in Wisconsin, saying, “138 ballot traffickers in Milwaukee, Racine, and Green Bay went to drop boxes to harvest ballots 3,568 TIMES.”

Gregg Phillips, a member of the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections in Wisconsin, recently stated, “We believe that 7 percent of the mail-in ballots… were cast as a result of trafficking.”

Phillips also explained that the committee observed other oddities. “138 people went to drop boxes in total 3,568 times-just those people,” he said.

However, Wisconsin is not the only state undergoing investigations and audits into the 2020 presidential election.

In a statement released to Twitter, Harrington explained that similar ballot harvesting also occurred in Arizona. She wrote, “Organized ballot trafficking caught in San Luis, AZ Ballots collected from elderly, gathered in one location to be paid, one trafficker drops off stacks and stacks of ballots.”

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