This list will only grow with the country’s dissatisfaction with the Democrats and Biden. Wisconsin Rep. Janel Brandtjen joins Rep. Timothy Ramthun to call for decertification of the 2020 election. We likely won’t know the true outcome of that election due to a number of factors. Ramthun had put a resolution out in January that ultimately failed but it was reintroduced after the recent state Supreme Court action.
Decertification needs another look
She said, “Fair and honest elections are the cornerstone of our democracy and we know that the 2020 presidential election was neither fair, nor transparent. A handful of rogue clerks, along with the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC), decided they would subvert our election processes with private money, drop boxes, illegal use of the indefinitely confined provision and elimination of special voting deputies.”
Keep pushing decertification
Their state Supreme Court ruling made those drop boxes illegal both now and in the 2020 election so it makes sense to keep revisiting the results. They should be null and void.
Ramthun spoke in a July 12 press release.
“My continued and unwavering efforts to seek closure of, by, and for the people regarding the 2020 election, was once again vindicated now that the Supreme Court has confirmed the use of ballot drop boxes in Wisconsin were illegal in 2020. The ballots placed in those illegal drop boxes are null and void. Since there are no clear chain of custody records to allow for the separation of legal and illegal ballots statewide, the true determination of who won the November 2020 presidential election is impossible. How many more times do we need to endure this election injustice? I will join Rep Ramthun’s call for decertification, as I see no other means of justice for Wisconsin voters.”
Without decertification this can happen again
People scoffing at this movement keep saying decertification isn’t possible. If it isn’t, there are no repercussions to this happening again.
Josh Barnett, Arizona congressional candidate, agreed with the two representatives. He tweeted out, “I’ve been teaching/preaching from day 1 that we nullify based on maladministration.” Whether this resolution will stick is anybody’s guess. But given the country’s frustration with the current administration, the idea needs to be kept on the table.