BREAKING! Elections Chief in Wisconsin Lost USB Drive, Caught on Video Counting Ballots Alone
There is just far too many things that are suspicious to even consider the idea that there was no voter fraud going on in multiple states.
One of the most recent developments comes as we’ve just learned that as the President was ahead in the state of Wisconsin, something happened.
He was up by around 120,000 votes in the state and then like magic, Joe Biden finds enough to take the lead.
A flash drive that contained crucial absentee voter information in the 2020 presidential election was briefly lost during the early morning hours of Wednesday Nov. 4 as the world waited for Milwaukee to reveal its ballot counts.
Two suspicious things happened just from the election chief, Claire Woodall-Vogg. First, she was caught on video tabulating ballots all by herself. That means there were no observers there. This breaks the legal chain of custody which must be maintained in order to ensure the integrity of the count.
#ICYMI: Top Election Chief of #Milwaukee, #Wisconsin CAUGHT on camera illegally tabulating 169,000 mail-in ballots; without observers, breaking the Legal Chain of Custody:#Elections2020 #Election2020 #ElectionResults2020 #Elections #Trump #MAGA @TeamTrump @GOP @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/Hv9P2Y1UVF
— Michael Johns (@Michael03272961) November 10, 2020
Secondly, she completely broke protocol and law by transferring the numbers to a flash drive.
Sources within Milwaukee County law enforcement told Wisconsin Right Now exclusively that the executive director of the Milwaukee Election Commission, Claire Woodall-Vogg, realized she had lost the flash drive when she left, with police escort, the Central Count building where ballots were tallied. She was en route to the county courthouse to report “the results of more than 169,000 absentee ballots collected in the City of Milwaukee,” the Hill previously reported.
Make no mistake about it, what she did is 100% illegal and she herself admitted that she did this. In a statement she said, “As I burned the flash drive…” so we know she did it. Then she goes on to say that she lost it, “Upon arriving at the Milwaukee County Election Commission, I discovered that I had left the flash drive for Tabulator 8 in the machine…”
What this tells us is even though in the letter she claims to have maintained chain of custody, she in fact did not since she left it in a machine and we really don’t know who may have tampered with it. Plus, what she did was illegal.