Wisconsin Election Investigation Uncovers Major Issue

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Some shocking results have been revealed by the Wisconsin election investigations.

The investigation was conducted by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, a conservative law firm that is based in Milwaukee.

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Their findings show that 54,259 ballots were cast by people who had never presented a voter ID to vote in an election.

This is particularly shocking considering that Joe Biden won Wisconsin with just 20,000 votes according to Polic.

The report did however note that “it is not clear whether, had these ballots be disqualified, the results would have changed.”

After analyzing nearly 20,000 ballots, and 29,000 absentee ballot ballot envelopes, the institute came up with these conclusions.

The case also included polling, surveys, and tens to thousands of documents obtained from public records requests.

The report concluded that the “almost certain” that Wisconsin’s 2020 election would see a higher number of votes than Joe Biden won because they did not adhere to existing legal requirements.

However, this does not mean that votes were illegal. According to the report, “more than 265,000 Wisconsin voters” have adopted an “indefinitely restricted” status. This allows them to be exempted from the state’s requirement for voter identification. The report stated that the 2016 number of indefinitely restricted voters was 66611, which grew to 265,979 by 2020.

The report’s authors concluded that it was almost certain that many of these voters “improperly claimed the indefinitely confined status,” which, according to the report, is continuing a subversion against the law.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty claimed that the votes were not illegal.

The report stated that “Ad-hoc adoption of absentee vote drop boxes without established rules and parameters or security presents an electoral vulnerability and a challenge for state law.”

This argument was supported by a ruling of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. According to the report, the court ruled that individuals who refuse to evacuate their homes because of the pandemic were not entitled to an “indefinitely restricted” status.

It was not applicable to people who are indefinitely constrained by “age, illness, or infirmity or to [those] who have been] disabled for an indefinite time.”

These findings indicate that many votes were not cast correctly, even if 200,000 more Wisconsin voters became physically or mentally ill between 2016-2020.

“We cannot infer any malignant intent from these voters, but this means that many voters cast votes without the requirement for photo identification,” the report stated in response to the influx “indefinitely restricted” voters.

These issues were not the only ones. The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty also claimed that “voter rolls weren’t properly maintained.”

Wisconsin must maintain accurate voter rolls, as required by federal and state law. The report stated that the Wisconsin Elections Commission and local clerks failed to take the necessary steps to correct outdated and incorrect voter registrations in 2020. This resulted in tens, of thousands of voter registrations tied back to old addresses. Additionally, 5,329 voters voted at their old addresses, 13,757 voters voted at a new address when they were active mover status, 23,361 voters cast votes despite failing to pass a DMV inspection, and 31,664 voters were included in the National Change of Address Database.

It was not proven that widespread, election-altering, coordinated efforts by voter Frau took the 2020 election from the then-President Donald Trump.

According to the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, this conclusion was reached in its review. It stated that there is no evidence of intentional wrongdoing by any party.

This does not mean that Biden won a majority of eligible voters. The review concluded that there was no evidence that widespread voter fraud was committed by those who failed to follow the proper procedures. “In all probability, Joe Biden received more votes than Donald Trump.”

The report’s authors stated that they found no evidence of fraud and that, for the most part an analysis of voting patterns and results does not support an inference of fraud.

Despite this, many electoral procedures were changed and mistakes made in the wake COVID. This included the state of Wisconsin.

The report said that this is not the end of the matter, noting that fraud can be more difficult to detect if procedures are not followed properly. Also, state laws mandate certain procedures for absentee voting.

The review concluded that “it seems clear that voters abandoned rules for voting indefinitely constrained, drop boxes were used and at least one ballot harvesting activity was conducted without statutory authorisation, absentee vote in nursing homes were conducted contrary to law. Ballots were cured without authorization. Voter rolls were not accurately maintained as required under state and federal law.”

According to the report, there is no evidence that Trump would have been declared winner if all votes considered to be invalid were thrown out. There were still some issues to be concerned.

The report stated that “While it is possible for something to have happened, that does not prove that it did; failure to follow the necessary procedures raises suspicions of fraud and undermines confidence in the final results.”

Many states across the country have made it possible to vote fraudulently by implementing universal postal-in voting system.

We have seen many examples of irregularities in the voting process across the country. This does not mean that the election should be rescheduled. It just shows that there is a lot to do as a country to ensure that our elections are secure.

But don’t be fooled by Leftists who still want to portray Americans with legitimate concerns as conspiracy theorists. Our elections may not be as secure as we thought they would be, as 2020 has shown.

The Western Journal reached out the Wisconsin Elections Commission regarding the report and received lengthy responses from the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty.

Concerning the claim that “it’s almost certain” that “the amount of votes that didn’t comply with existing legal requirements exceeded Joe Biden’s margin of victory”, the Wisconsin Elections Commission stated that “Certification for the November 2020 Presidential Election was based on lawfully cast votes that were confirmed by municipal, state, and county canvass certifications, and multiple court decisions after examining these matters.”

Concerning claims that the commission used inaccurate and out-of-date voter registrations, it was noted by the commission that “The Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled” in February 2020 that WEC couldn’t remove voters from the list.

The commission claimed that absentee drop boxes were legal and predate the 2020 election, and that guidance regarding “indefinitely confined voters” was valid and was affirmed by Wisconsin’s Supreme Court.

The commission also claims that it didn’t allow voters to use the “indefinitely restricted” designation to “simply dodge the photo ID requirement regardless of whether they are indefinitely constrained because of age, disability, or physical illness.”

It is therefore unclear how many new voters will be able to qualify under this designation in 2020.