Looks like Wisconsin is backfiring on Jill Stein and Hillary Clinton big time. That makes me seriously happy. After just three days, the recount has taken an unexpected turn… Trump has gained 15,133 votes. Looks like there may have been fraud alright… on the Democrat’s side. If you go looking for the truth, you just might find it.
The count is not over yet, but so far, I’m sure this is not the result the Left had in mind. This result suggests there was massive fraud in Wisconsin after all. Meanwhile, Jill Stein has pulled her petition in Pennsylvania because she could not afford the $1 million bond. What happened to the almost $7 million she raised for recounts? She hasn’t given up though. She’s now taking the Pennsylvania issue to federal court. We’ll see what a judge says today in regards to that ploy.
Trump won Wisconsin by over 22,000 votes in Wisconsin but thanks to Jill Stein a recount is currently underway.
So far the recount has made little news because, as Heavy reported at the end of day 2 of the recount, the net vote in Wisconsin had only changed by 3 votes.
In the Day 3 recount update, Hillary Clinton has a net total loss of 18,422 votes in from the original count in areas that have been recounted so far.
In contrast, Donald Trump has a net total loss of 3,289 votes from the original count in areas that have been recounted so far.
The resulting total difference is a net change of 15,133 votes in favor of Donald Trump after the completion of the 3rd day of the recount.
These are not final results and the recount is still underway. These counts reflect the difference between the votes counted in the recount verse the votes counted in the original election.
Trump’s lead in Pennsylvania has shrunk to 49,000. But that is still far too much to flip it with a recount to Hillary. All of this lawfare needs to stop. Donald Trump won the election fair and square and Jill Stein does not have legal standing in any of these states to demand a recount.
Wisconsin is troubling in that 10’s of thousands of votes suddenly came out of nowhere. It benefits Trump, but it is still a major concern. It shouldn’t be possible. So far, the Wisconsin Board of Elections has only posted commentary on the addition of new votes being added to the original results and has not commented on why any votes have been removed from the original results. When this is all said and done, someone is going to have a lot of explaining to do in Wisconsin.