The Wisconsin state Assembly held a hearing last week on its ongoing investigation of the 2020 election. Joe Biden supposedly “won” Wisconsin by 20,682 votes. The results uncovered by the Wisconsin investigation show that this is impossible, unless a person willfully decides to believe in unicorns and other fairytales.
If Wisconsin’s results were on the up-and-up, teams of scientists should be headed to the state right now to explore the extraordinarily good health of elderly Wisconsinites. Indeed, if Wisconsin’s 2020 election result is accurate, then the state has more than 100,000 active voters who are over the age of 124.
Before we get to the astonishing number of 124-year-olds in Wisconsin, here are some of the other findings that were released at Wednesday’s hearing:
There were 2,800 voter records where the voter’s name did not match the last four digits of their social security numbers. These voters were not who they said they were, when they registered to vote.
Another 6,500 voters signed up for same-day voter registration. They signed up, cast their ballots, and then later it was determined that they were not eligible to vote in Wisconsin.
And Wisconsin was one of the swing states that simultaneously stopped counting ballots on Election Night. Several hours later, in the dead of night, 211,000 ballots were entered into the system in Wisconsin. 80% of those ballots were cast for Joe Biden and 20% for Donald Trump. Aside from being mathematically impossible, all the counting observers had been sent home hours ago and no counting was supposed to take place during those hours.
Perhaps the most shocking discovery of all about Wisconsin’s dirty voter rolls was there are 569,277 voters in the system who registered to vote on January 1, 1918. That was two years before women’s suffrage in America, so all of the registrants must have been men. It was also decades before the voting age was lowered to 18, so all of them had to be at least 21 years of age when they registered back in 1928. Which means that if they’re alive today, they would all be around 124 years old.
Think about what an astonishing feat that would be! The world’s oldest living man until just last week was Saturnino Garcia. He passed away on January 18 at the age of 112. The current oldest living woman in the world is a Japanese lady named Kane Tanaka. She just turned 119 on January 3rd. If Wisconsin’s election results were totally fair and accurate, as the Wisconsin Election Commission claims to this day, then the Guinness Book of World Records needs to get up to that state and start interviewing some of those 124-year-old voters!
You might think, “What’s the big deal? So what if there are 569,277 of these people on Wisconsin’s voter rolls? They’re all dead by now, so how is this a problem?”
There is the fact that 115,252 of them cast ballots in the 2020 election. That’s 5.5 times more votes than Joe Biden’s 20,682-vote margin of “victory.”
It’s also incredibly sloppy that there are 569,277 voters on the rolls in Wisconsin that first registered to vote in 1918. That represents one out of every 14 voters on the rolls in Wisconsin.
Having that many “inactive” voters on the rolls also makes fraud incredibly easy when you have machines handling the vote counting. When you discover that you’re losing a state like Wisconsin by, say, more than 100,000 votes, the counting machine can then grab one of those “inactive” voters and insert a ballot for them into the totals.
It’s starting to look like that is exactly what happened in Wisconsin when 115,252 voters who were born in the 19th century suddenly sprang into action on Election Night in 2020. The Wisconsin Election Commission continues to stamp its feet and declare that 2020 was the safest and most secure election ever. Okay… then please explain the incredible longevity of those 115,252 voters who cast ballots last year while at the age of 123. You can’t have it both ways, Wisconsin. Either the election was completely fraudulent and stolen in Wisconsin, or you have an astonishing number of voters who are 124 years old.