More Suspicious Voting Discovered In Milwaukee Lays Bare Possible Foul Play

It seems to be a miracle in Milwaukee that some voting wards saw as much as a 202% increase in voter participation.

The entire city of Milwaukee reported a record turnout of 84% on Election Day; 243,144 of 288,833 registered city voters took part in the election.

Some of the voting behavior recorded by the city is very suspicious. For example, data from the Milwaukee County Clerk showed that voting ward 274 claimed out of 640 registered voters in the ward, 688 votes went for Biden and 602 votes went to Trump. That would be a 202% increase in voter turnout.

President Trump had a commanding lead on election night until Democrat-run battleground states decided to stop counting ballots and go to bed. Then miraculously votes were dumped into the tally all for Biden. Five of the voting wards reported more votes than they had registered voters. In one ward Biden received “3,768 votes to 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.”

What’s even more suspicious is that “Trump received 15 or fewer votes in 16 Milwaukee voting wards including a total 7,389 registered voters. Biden defeated him 5,217 to 151 in them.”

Some of the numbers coming in from voting wards in Milwaukee are ridiculous. Biden won “588 votes to Trump’s 10 in the 107th voting ward…it’s other two voting wards voted 411 to 14 and 968 to 33 for Biden – a grand total of 1,967 to 57.” In the 114th voting district, “Biden defeated Trump 334-6. In the 117th, in Borchert Field, Biden won 465-9.”

It’s day and night when one compares President Trump’s performance in 2016 to the 2020 results. President Trump won nine of the 327 Milwaukee voting wards in the first race to be President. Hillary won the other 318. In 2020, President Trump only won four of the 327.

The State of Wisconsin does allow same-day voter registration at the polls however, a 200% increase in participation is raising a lot of eyebrows.

Milwaukee City Wire