According to an analysis of heavily Democrat wards in the blue city of Milwaukee, seven city wards turned out more votes this year than they have registered voters.
The news was highlighted by Milwaukee City Wire which noted that five of the seven wards are on the city’s Southwest Side.
Vice President Joe Biden carried the five in 2020 with 3,768 votes to President Donald Trump’s 2,883— a margin of 885, or eight times what it was in 2016, when Trump earned 1,904 votes to Hillary Clinton’s 2,012.
Milwaukee also registered suspiciously high voter participation rates. In 2016, the city voter turnout was listed as 75 percent. But this year, some wards reported 90 percent turnout.
According to the state’s records, there are 3,684,726 active registered voters in Wisconsin. And by some reports in the media, the Dairy State saw 3,129,000 votes were cast.
Additionally, voter turnout in the whole of the state is reportedly at 88 percent! This is a suspiciously high turnout.
Nonetheless, the media has called Wisconsin for Joe Biden giving the aged former Vice President an almost certain lock on winning the White House.
If Biden also wins Pennsylvania, it is all over.
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