So...quick question...a "forensic audit" of one county in one state has taken a year and STILL has not been resolved to the satisfaction of those who believe Trump won. So how long would a forensic audit after every election take, and should the newly elected president defer taking office until the current occupant of the white house is satisfied that the election was legitimate?I'll believe it when your boys quit popping flack and welcome the forensic audits with open arms,
We are starting to compile results from our early canvassing efforts and what we are finding is quite disturbing. Just one example - we found a nursing home with an 85% turnout from registered voters, which equated to 585 votes. We were able to survey two of the residents there. One of them said that she hasn’t voted in at least 3 years, but she has a recorded mail-in ballot in the 2020 election. That is just one example. As we finish each county, we will be compiling a detailed report explaining our findings. Stay tuned for that!
Wisconsin Elections Commission ‘Shattered’ Laws By Telling Nursing Home Staffers To Illegally Cast Ballots For ResidentsRacine County, Wisconsin law enforcement blew the 2020 election integrity question wide open on Thursday after an investigation into one nursing home. It revealed not only that state election officials flagrantly broke the law and ordered health-care employees to help them, but that the problem likely runs much deeper throughout the swing state’s other 71 counties.
An “election statute was in fact not just broken, but shattered by members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission,” Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said during a Thursday press conference in which he and Sgt. Michael Luell detailed the findings of an investigation into Ridgewood Care Facility.
LolOne of the family members said his mother would ask him who he was, meaning she didn't recognize her own son. She hadn't voted since 2012 -- yet MyVote Wisconsin revealed she voted twice in 2020.
Wasn't Wisconsin one of the states where Zuckerberg bought the election process?
Duh.....you don't have to have a forensic audit before the election is certified.So...quick question...a "forensic audit" of one county in one state has taken a year and STILL has not been resolved to the satisfaction of those who believe Trump won. So how long would a forensic audit after every election take, and should the newly elected president defer taking office until the current occupant of the white house is satisfied that the election was legitimate?
Theresa Domasiewicz, a one-time resident still listed as a registered voter in Michigan, would be 108 years old if she were alive today. But she isn’t, having died in May 2000.
Domasiewicz is among 25,975 dead people who remain on the state’s voting rolls, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan.
Public Interest Legal Foundation, a conservative ethics watchdog, alleges in the lawsuit that Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat, has not complied with the 1993 National Voter Registration Act. That federal law says election officials must “conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove the names of ineligible voters from the official lists of eligible voters."
https://www.dailysignal.com/2021/11...gistered-to-vote-in-michigan-lawsuit-alleges/Public Interest Legal Foundation did not allege specific cases of someone using the names of dead residents to cast fraudulent votes in Michigan.
“This case is about ensuring that deceased registrants are not receiving ballots,” J. Christian Adams, president of Public Interest Legal Foundation, said in a written statement.
“For over a year, we’ve shared specific data with the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office about the alarming problem of deceased registrants on Michigan’s voter rolls,” Adams said, adding:
Secretary Benson has done nothing to resolve the problem and is even refusing to hand over public documents related to these failures. The failure to remove deceased registrants creates an opportunity for fraud and makes Michigan’s elections less secure.