Wisconsin Assembly Unanimously Votes To Withdraw Biden’s 2020 Electoral Votes

The Wisconsin Assembly has voted to officially withdraw Joe Biden’s 10 electoral votes, citing voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election.

Last night, the Wisconsin Assembly has unanimously voted to withdraw its 10 electoral votes that contributed to the certification of Joe Biden’s controversial victory following the hotly contested 2020 Presidential Election.

The legislation now heads to the Wisconsin Assembly Rules Committee, and then on to the Wisconsin Senate for confirmation.

From the Gateway Pundit:

Rep Ramthun called for a point of order and took the floor during the open session today. Presented his testimony to pull back the electors for the fraudulent 2020 election.


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The assembly joint resolution AJR LRB5782 relating to Wisconsin’s election reform & reclaiming the elector ballots for President & Vice President that were certified under fraudulent intent & purpose.

The bill was introduced by Wisconsin Rep. Timothy Ramthun, coming on the heels of the Resolution To Reclaim, a presentation that details significant evidence fraud, discrepancies, and violation of election laws that took place during the 2020 Presidential Election.

Here are the members of the Rules Committee, who face immense pressure from election integrity activists to pass the bill due to the all the evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election:

Is Joe Biden a legitimate President?

Representative Steineke (Chair)
Representative Vos
Representative August
Representative Petersen
Representative Vorpagel
Representative Kuglitsch
Representative Tittl
Representative Plumer
Representative Dittrich
Representative Neubauer
Representative Hesselbein
Representative Spreitzer
Representative Subeck
Representative Pope
Representative Baldeh

Biden currently sits at 306 electoral votes from the 2020 election. Should Wisconsin withdraw these electoral votes, it would bring his total down to 296.

A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win an election.

The U.S. Constitution exclusively gives individual state legislatures the power to conduct elections and assign electoral votes.

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