One lawmaker in Wisconsin is trying to get the state’s 10 electoral votes rescinded, even though it’s been a year since the election and there is no way to change the current leadership now that Biden has been inaugurated.
State Rep. Timothy Ramthun (R) filed a resolution Thursday to “rescind” the state’s 10 electoral votes, citing fraud that is widespread enough to overcome the 20,000 vote margin in the state.
Former President Donald Trump agreed with the decision and stated the case for why he didn’t think Wisconsin’s vote was legitimate.
“Rep. Ramthun’s resolution details tremendous amounts of election fraud, including 44,272 voters who did not show proper voter identification (which alone is more than twice the margin necessary to win), thousands of emails that show election manipulation by Mark Zuckerberg’s funding, irregularities in the state’s voter registrations like 400 registered voters at a single address, the Wisconsin Election Commission committing felony crimes by knowingly ordering illegal voting at nursing homes, and so much more,” the former president said in a statement.
Unfortunately, other legislators do not agree with Ramthun and Trump, and say that Ramthun’s resolution is not legal.
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