Wisconsin Finally Orders Full Investigation Into Election Fraud

The election in 2020 had several severe anomalies that no one wanted to investigate for fear of what they would uncover. The secrets of the Democratic Party were on the line, and they needed to do everything they could to keep it all quiet. Donald Trump warned and then acted on the evidence that had been uncovered. But what he found was that people were too scared to do the right thing.

But now that Joe Biden is terrorizing the country, many have come to their senses to see that Donald Trump was right. With recent court victories in his pocket, Trump is more empowered to continue his work to strengthen America’s conservatism.

One state in particular finally grew up enough to realize their error. For weeks after the election, they resisted investigating the accusations. But now, Wisconsin has authorized a formal investigation into the presidential election. The resolution has forced a recount of votes. Biden supposedly won by 20,682 votes out of 3.2 million votes. But this act of the state legislature gives officials the authority to call for testimony and gather all the documents they need to look into the election and the accusations made by Trump.

The Democrats violently oppose the resolution. But many are wondering why they oppose the resolution if they have nothing to hide. The fact is that they have everything to lose once the truth comes out. It will prove that Trump was right, and Biden is a presidential thief of massive proportions.

The liberal courts helped cover up the evidence that was found the first time because they worked for the cheaters. The media reported that there no significant problems found even though there were thousands of testimony pieces from people seeing problems all over the place.

The Republicans want the investigation to see if any laws were violated during the election process. But the nasty Democrats are claiming that the conservatives are just trying to politicize the matter. The Democrats want to keep things buried because they know they broke the laws.

Liberals are claiming that the Republicans are trying to hurt the election process and damage the public’s faith. It is a matter of interpretation because the Republicans can claim that the investigation is meant to restore the faith that was lost during the election process. So, there is nothing the Democrats have to lose, except they know they are in error.

Voters want to know the truth. But the liberals are too scared to let investigators take a look at things because they know that many things will be found. Donald Trump did not sound the alarm for the fun of it. He saw the irregularities and wanted things to be looks at. Joe Biden would have done the same thing if he was on the losing end. Especially knowing how close things were in Wisconsin.

The count was close in a lot of counties. Milwaukee County Clerk George Christenson stated that “I promised that this would be a transparent and fair process, and it was. There was an examination of every ballot by election workers, a meticulous recounting of every ballot that was properly cast, a transparent process that allowed the public to observe, a fair process that allows the aggrieved candidate who sought the recount an opportunity to observe and object to ballots they believe should not be counted.”

But that is not the only area that the investigation is going to look at. They are going to see if the law was broken. Things may have run smoothly, and laws still could have been broken.

Trump stated, “I promised that this would be a transparent and fair process, and it was. There was an examination of every ballot by election workers, a meticulous recounting of every ballot that was properly cast, a transparent process that allowed the public to observe, a fair process that allows the aggrieved candidate who sought the recount an opportunity to observe and object to ballots they believe should not be counted.” But the Democrats do not want that kind of honesty because they know they are guilty of breaking election laws.