Further to our report yesterday that the Arizona Republicans in the state senate are attempting an audit and recount of the November 2020 election results, we can report that there are more states following suit.
In Wisconsin Republican state lawmakers led by Sen. Roger Roth (R-Appleton), are again calling for an investigation into how Green Bay managed the November election. Additionally, Roth is calling for the city’s mayor, Eric Genrich, to resign. The renewed effort comes after hundreds of pages of documents and emails obtained by the Wisconsin Spotlight expose that $6.3 million in grant money, largely funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, resulted in Democrat activists infiltrating the November presidential election in Wisconsin’s five largest cities—Green Bay, Milwaukee, Madison, Kenosha, and Racine—aka “the Wisconsin 5.”
Michigan Secretary of State (SoS) Jocelyn Benson has repeatedly insisted there is no evidence of election fraud in her state, and she has intensely criticized those who questioned the integrity of Michigan’s election results. Her bold assertions make even more remarkable the fact that Michigan Court of Claims Chief Judge Christopher Murray ruled on Mar. 9 that Benson, a Democrat, broke the law when she unilaterally issued rules related to absentee balloting, hence validated a fundamental claim made by the Trump campaign in its legal challenges to the 2020 election.
The Wisconsin Assembly passed a resolution to authorize an investigation into the 2020 presidential election which Democrats Joe Biden narrowly won by .63%. Donald Trump sued the state forcing a recount but ultimately Biden still won the state. Trump repeatedly claimed the state’s election was wrought with fraud and voter irregularities but the Supreme Court refused to take the case.
The Wisconsin resolution was passed unanimously passed by state Republicans with every Democrat in opposition. The resolution gives the chamber the authority to issue subpoenas to compel testimony and collect documents. Keep reading at The Daily Wire