Now that Wisconsin has certified the 2020 General Election for Joe Biden, Wisconsin decides they should investigate vote fraud and ballot tampering allegations
The act of certifying an election is the act of attesting to the validity and truthfulness of the information reported as the results of the election. Wisconsin’s decision to investigate vote fraud and ballot tampering allegations after having certified the election results is leaving may scratching their heads.
Wisconsin lawmakers announced this week they will hold a public hearing on the plethora of complaints alleging election irregularities including vote fraud, ballot tampering, illegal processing, and inappropriate regimens.
The Wisconsin State Assembly’s Committee on Campaigns & Elections hearing is slated to take place on December 11, 2020. State Rep. Ron Tusler (R), who chairs the committee, said the hearings will take place at the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Tusler said the committee will investigate the “numerous irregularities” with the 2020 general election. “The goal of the ongoing investigation is transparency,” he said. “Wisconsin voters deserve fair and accurately counted elections. I want you to know that their vote counted.”