Wisconsin has been one of the states at center stage in election fraud controversies, and rightfully so. I might add that we’re still learning more about it even today!

A group known as Wisconsin HOT (Honest Open & Transparent) recently released a message calling out officials as to why over 23,000 people with similar phone numbers exist within just ONE COUNTY?

Shouldn’t there be some sort of algorithm in the system that would detect multiple phone numbers like this? Even if the threshold is much lower, like I don’t know, 20 or 30? That seems reasonable. When was the last time that 20-30 registered voters all used the same lived in the same household and used the same phone number?

Here’s what the group wrote to the Wisconsin Board of Commissioners:

We demand your immediate resignations for lying to us all about the happenings of the November 3, 2020 election.

Why are there 23,203 voters registered right now in Racine County all with the same phone number? There are another 63 registered statewide with this same number. Why didn’t you know this? The same 23,263 were registered last year on your voter registration list proving you didn’t even know.

Tell us who owns the phone number. It is a 262-9XX-XXXX number. It does no good to search it on google or other search method as hundreds, even thousands, of different names show up; these are innocent people who don’t even know their names have been associated with the number.

Oh, but it gets even better.

They also addressed one of the members of the Board specifically asking about the 900 voters with the same exact address and the more than 8,000 voters in the county who were all born in the year 1918? Do they really have 8,000 people over 100 years old living in that one county? That must be some sort of record.

As of now, they still haven’t received a response about these matters and I highly doubt that they ever will. We need measures in place to address this sort of dereliction of duty so that WE THE PEOPLE remain in control.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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