Wisconsin was flooded with a quarter-million voters who all of a sudden applied to be allowed a special voting status that allows them to avoid the state’s voter ID law.
Since 2010 there have never been more than a few hundred or a few thousand voters signing up for this special status that certifies that a voter is “indefinitely confined” and cannot get to a polling place to vote. This was meant to allow sick people or invalids to get mail-in ballots because they are physically unable to vote at a polling place.
This status was around long before the coronavirus.
The most voters who applied for this special status was the 8,989 voters who applied in 2016. Before that there was the 4,890 in 2019 and the 3,298 in 2012. In the other years there were only hundreds that signed up for the status.
But this year the state saw almost 170,000 voters sign up for this program.
This is extremely suspicious.
— MacIver News Service (@NewsMacIver) October 28, 2020
Per the MacIver Institute:
Since then the number of “indefinitely confined” voters has soared. Every county in the state has seen a significant increase. On the low end, Grant County saw a 10% increase (with 142 individuals) and on the high end, Menominee County had a 1000% increase (60 individuals).
Milwaukee County went from 42,359 to 53,494 – a 29% increase. Dane County went from 19,406 to 24,446 – a 26% increase. Both counties actively encouraged voters to identify as indefinitely confined in the run up to the April election.
Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell even took it upon himself to declare all voters in the county were indefinitely confined. After he did that, the Legislative Reference Bureau quickly explained that anyone falsely claiming to be indefinitely confined is breaking the law.
This is just one of the many ways that the left gamed the system to add their fraudulent votes.
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