Wisconsin recount must focus on illegal absentee ballots, Democrats try to block proof, Rudy Giuliani revealed, Dane County 88% vote rate smoking gun
“We’ve Identified 450,000 Ballots that Miraculously ONLY have a Vote for Joe Biden”…Attorney Sidney Powell
“Dane county had a 88% rate. Considered high anywhere. There were a total of 344,745 votes for president and 390,887 registered voters. The influx of illegal absentee ballots, likely with just Joe Biden selected, likely raised the rate.”…Citizen Wells
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”…Edmund Burke
We have been questioning the high voter rates in Wisconsin of 88% or higher since the November 3 election.
One of the 2 counties selected for recount, Dane, had a 88% rate.
Rudy Giuliani in his press conference yesterday, November 19, 2020, provided absentee ballot numbers for Dane and Milwaukee counties that explain the high percentages.
He stated there were 60,000 ballots in Milwaukee County and 40,000 ballots in Madison (Dane County) without applications.
This is in direct contradiction to Wisconsin law which Giuliani also explains.
Go to around 27:20 in the following video:
Wisconsin Democrats are trying to prevent the Republicans from accessing the Absentee Ballot application data.
From the Washington Examiner.
“The Trump campaign’s Wisconsin recount effort has been approved after hours of sparring over the ground rules about how votes in the state’s two most populous counties would be reviewed.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission, which is a partisan body comprised of three Republicans and three Democrats, held a special meeting Wednesday evening, although when election staff and Democrats proposed changes to the manual that guides recounts, Republicans cried afoul.
The Trump campaign declined to petition for an entire statewide recount, which was estimated to cost some $7.9 million, and instead fronted $3 million for recounts in Milwaukee County and in Dane County, where Madison is located. Both counties are Democratic strongholds that voted overwhelmingly for President-elect Joe Biden.
The proposed change that sparked a major point of contention was waiving the requirement for clerks to provide the original absentee ballot applications for the absentee ballots that are to be reviewed during the recount. The commission deadlocked 3-3 along partisan lines on the matter, and after hours of debate, the proposed change fell through.
“Our whole point was, why change this now right before the recount — it’s kind of a big deal — why change this now, especially when so much of what the president’s argument is has to do with absentee ballot applications,” a GOP official told the Washington Examiner on Thursday morning, characterizing it as an attempt at an eleventh-hour change after the Trump campaign has already put down $3 million to pay for the recount under the existing rules.
The Trump campaign has alleged that absentee ballots were improperly disbursed during a two-week in-person voting period.
“Municipal clerks across Wisconsin issued absentee ballots to voters without requiring an application, in direct conflict with Wisconsin’s absentee voting safeguards,” the campaign said in a news release. “Wisconsin law expressly requires that absentee ballots may not be issued without receiving a written application requesting the ballot.”