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Wisconsin election board failed to enforce election law


Conservative ReviewExplosive revelations in the Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau’s report on the 2020 presidential election confirm what many in the key swing state have long suspected: Those tasked with administering the election willfully ignored and openly violated state law.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC), the governmental body tasked with administering elections in Wisconsin, is comprised of six appointed commissioners, three from each political party, and a staff that reports to them. Critically, if the commissioners deadlock on an issue before them, no official action is taken and local authorities are left to interpret the recommendations of WEC’s staff.

As a result, the overwhelming majority of WEC’s decisions during the 2020 election cycle were essentially made by unelected, unappointed, and obviously left-leaning bureaucrats. Both they and the commissioners who oversee them were downright derelict in their duty to fairly and impartially supervise an election run by city and county clerks and poll workers who were not properly trained and did not receive accurate, lawful guidance.

What amazes me is that this took so long to come out. Shouldn't it have been known during the election? Or perhaps it was, and the Republicans in office failed to raise appropriate red flags?

Either way, we know it now, and there need to be prosecutions.

COVID must not become a way to enable election fraud going forward.

This entry was published Sun Nov 28 23:55:46 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-11-28 23:55:46.0. [Tweet]

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