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Lawsuit Filed By Wisconsin Voters to Eliminate Over 792,000 Votes in 3 Counties Due To Voter Fraud

In Wisconsin, three voters have filed a federal lawsuit wanting to exclude November 3 election results for three counties that helped move Joe Biden ahead of Donald Trump, and if they are successful, it would eliminate 792,000 votes cast across the state.

The lawsuit filed on Thursday maintains that there’s “sufficient evidence that illegal votes were counted” in Milwaukee, Dane, and Menominee counties “to change or place in doubt the results” of the presidential election in the counties. The voters have asked the court to rule that the counties’ results “must be invalidated” and to block the results from being certified.

All 3 counties lean Democrat, with Milwaukee and Dane being of the most populous and heavily Democratic counties within the state. For the 3 counties, Biden has a false lead of 365,289 votes over President Trump. In the state overall, Biden holds a lead of about 20,540 votes at 49.6%, in comparison with Trump at 48.9% as of Saturday.  Trump campaign Director of Communications Tim Murtaugh took to social media to say that the campaign will request a recount in Wisconsin.

Citing the First and Fourteenth Amendments the suit says, “Certifying presidential electors without excluding certain counties would violate voters’ fundamental right to vote by vote-dilution disenfranchisement.”

The lawsuit reads: “Because illegal votes dilute legal votes, the evidence establishes, and will establish, that the rights of voters have been violated by vote-dilution disenfranchisement. Consequently, the presidential election results from the counties identified should not be included in certified and reported totals for presidential electors from this state.”

The suit contends by citing past court rulings that a risk of fraud is inherent in mail-in ballots, and that voter fraud occurs more frequently with mail-in ballots than in-person ballots.  It also points out that the state of Wisconsin “greatly expanded” the scope of mail-in ballots in 2020 amid the Chinese virus pandemic.

Plaintiffs noted that the “sudden flood of mailed ballots” this year meant that election workers in general had “less ability to carefully review them to screen out fraudulent ones, creating a substantial risk that fraudulent votes will be counted and vote-dilution disenfranchisement will occur.”  I believe this was done by design, so that in the fog and confusion of Election Day and thereafter, the Democrats felt they could take advantage and employ a series of voter fraud schemes.

The suit was filed in US District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin Green Bay Division.  The three counties where the plaintiffs reside are Door County, Brown County, and Oconto County.  And, of course, on Friday, the Wisconsin Democratic Party filed a motion to intervene.  They don’t want what they did to be exposed.

The plaintiffs in the lawsuit claim to “possess advanced technical capability to conduct statistical analyses identifying errors and anomalies such [as] double votes, votes by non-registered persons, votes by persons who are deceased or moved out of state, and the like.”

“Plaintiffs have persons with such expertise and data-analysis software already in place who have begun preliminary analysis of available data to which final data, such as the official poll list, will be added and reports generated,” the suit said, implying that the results will show that “sufficient illegal ballots were included in the results to change or place in doubt the November 3 presidential election results.”  I contend that this same thing happened in all of the key battleground states as reports of progress by Republican investigations are coming in.

A claim was stated that the expert report will “identify persons who cast votes illegally by casting multiple ballots, were deceased, had moved, or were otherwise not qualified to vote in the Nov. 3 presidential election, along with evidence of illegal ballot stuffing, ballot harvesting, and other illegal voting.”

The lawsuit seeks “immediate production of registration, election, and other data to conduct and present those analyses to the court.”

Remember, they had to go to court, because the cheating party would never help them get to the truth.  It all now depends on whether or not the judges are in on the scam and we have seen many judges over the last four years make rulings that are blatantly biased and unconstitutional when it comes to President Trump.

Another thing discovered, which I find highly suspicious as to why a state would allow it, the plaintiffs saw that there was a 238% increase for a type of absentee ballot registration, going from 72,000 last year to 243,900 just before the November 3 election, where voters claiom themselves as “indefinitely confined,” and when all is said and done it means the voter wouldn’t need to show proper ID that is normally required for a standard absentee ballot.

It looks like the Democrats in battleground states did a lot of prep work to get around what was current election laws all to make it easier for them to cheat.  We know that over 300 lawsuits were filed by Democrats in key battleground states prior to the election all with the intention of making it easier to slip Biden ballots through.  In Pennsylvania, for example, Governor Wolf and Secretary of State, Kathy Boockvar were very busy prior to the election going to court to get certain election protections removed by activist judges.  And we reported last week that a Pennsylvania judge ruled that Boockvar, and by proxy Wolf, did not have the authority to change the deadline for accepting ballots just two days prior to the election.

In fact, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court violated the US Constitution when they ruled that the deadline for accepting ballots would be 3 days after November 3rd.  Article I, Section 4 of the US constitution says that the Legislators of states have sole power of election law and that neither thge executive branch nor the judicial branch have any authority whatsoever.  The Pennsylvania legislature back in the summer of 2019 passed a law called Act 77, and in that law it sets a deadline of 8 PM Election Day for ballots to be received.  When the Pennsylvania Supreme Court changed that law by extending 3 days to the deadline, they violated not only the Pennsylvania law but the US constitution is well.   Also, inside Act 77 it states that if certain sections of the law were deemed “invalid” then the entire mail-in voting law is void.

I didn’t even get into the Dominion vote counting software that was used in 28 states or more, the one where Michigan said there was a glitch that switched 6,000 Trump votes to Biden votes.  It turns out, GOP lawyers discovered it’s not a glitch at all, but a feature to change and/or delete votes.

When all is said and done, if they have a fair and honest journey through the courts, Donald Trump will have won this election in the biggest landslide of our lifetime.

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