(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – We all know the 2020 election was fraudulent and there are mountains of evidence to support that assertion, despite what the leftwing mob has to say.
If you watched on Election Night, you probably went to bed feeling pretty good. It looked like President Trump had it in the bag and by all rights he did, that is, until the fraud and corruption kicked in.
Magically, Trump began losing votes in some states, like Pennsylvania where data analysts discovered over 400,000 votes were taken from him during the night, while Joe Biden miraculously racked them up at astronomical rates.
It’s been an uphill fight for President trump’s legal team, and Republicans willing to stand up for what’s right, ever since.
Now, there’s big news out of Wisconsin as the state has announced they plan to introduce a resolution on Thursday morning which would result in the decertifying of the state’s electoral college votes and end up awarding them to President Trump.
This is huge and President Trump’s most likely pathway to victory, which is rightfully his. The power lies with the state legislatures and they have the power now to decertify the fraudulent election results and electoral votes that had been certified by corrupt state executives.
While six states have sent in competing slates of electors, there is still more the state legislatures can do to fight this corruption.
In the resolution introduced in Wisconsin, it says that if election issues are left unaddressed and unresolved “our government will devolve into a system of coercion and bribery that seeks to use the guise of elections to hold a degree of credibility.”
It also asserts that Wisconsin residents are “demanding” the legislature “address questions of legitimacy.” Something you would think would be a bipartisan effort. The fact that it isn’t only adds credibility to fraud and corruption accusations.
The resolution states that the most function of the government is to oversee and conduct “fair and honest” elections that are in line with the “duly enacted law.”
It further says that the legislature is compelled to take action when there is a significant portion of the population that have questions about the integrity of the election which came as a result of officials not following the “letter of the law.”
It states that the legislature plans to “take up legislation crafted to ensure civil officers follow the laws as written.”
As you know by now, one of the biggest and most significant problems in the contested states is that state executives like the governors and secretaries of state, as well as state courts, took it upon themselves to amend or otherwise change already established election laws.
The authority over election laws lies solely with the elected body of state legislators, not state executives and not the judicial branch.
Therefore, it is right and constitutional for the election results in these states to be challenged and rejected if it is found that the law was not followed.
We can only hope that the effort in Wisconsin ends up righting the wrong results that were fraudulently certified.
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