WASHINGTON, DC — 186 lawmakers representing 39 states signed an open letter this week, demand an audit of the 2020 presidential election in all 50 US states to undo and undo Joe Biden’s victory over former President Donald Trump.
The letter – claiming the 2020 elections were on “corrupt” – was posted on Twitter on Tuesday by Republican state legislator Wendy Rogers, insisting that as evidence of “widespread fraud” is discovered during the proposed audit, that the US House of Representatives should meet and “decertify” Biden’s victory.
“Affidavits have been collected from many states describing rampant corruption and mismanagement in the electoral process,” the letter says. “Fraud and inaccuracies have already been demonstrated by multiple audits and investigations in multiple states, as well as by lawsuits challenging the validity of election results in several counties in multiple states.”
The letter also says that if individual states discover evidence of fraud while conducting their audits, they must… “decertify its voters when it is demonstrated that the elections have been certified prematurely and inaccurately”, and calls for a purge of voting lists across the country to “ensuring future integrity of our elections.”
A few weeks ago Former President Trump issued a statement, again raising unproven claims that widespread voter fraud cost him the election, and urging multiple states to disprove Biden’s victory.
“Arizona’s great patriots eagerly await the Attorney General’s review of the massive electoral fraud that took place during the 2020 presidential election,” he said. the election. The American people now deserve an answer!”
Last month, a Wisconsin sheriff revealed that the state… Election Commission has broken the law during the 2020 presidential election and for which his office was responsible “shine light on” that the law has been broken and those who have broken the law must be held accountable.
The Racine County District Attorney, currently headed by Patricia J. Hanson, currently investigating the incident but has not yet filed charges against the five election commissioners.