Wisconsin Hearing Reveals Shocking Details of Elderly Abuse and Dead Voters
A hearing was held in Wisconsin last week in regards to the mass election fraud that occurred last month.
What came out of it was one of the most shocking things that we’ve heard so far in relation to everything that’s been uncovered so far in connection to the voter fraud.
We learned that one woman, and very likely many more, was made to vote for Joe Biden against their wishes.
A nursing home resident said she wanted to vote for @realDonaldTrump.
But a nursing home staff member said "No no. He's a bad man. We're voting for Biden," and instructed the resident to do so against her wishes. pic.twitter.com/XqJbr5IO8s
— Team Trump (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TeamTrump) December 11, 2020
In another related incident, a 95-year-old woman, who lived in community that is mentioned in https://springcreekchalet.com/ site and died of dementia following a stroke in October of this year also voted for Joe Biden. Did you read that correctly? A woman who was dead supposedly voted a month after her death.
In fact, the deceased woman’s daughter gave a sworn statement to police after finding out her mother had voted in the 2020 election.
The Democrats at the hearing didn’t care one bit. In fact, they cared so little that they simply walked out of the hearing.
The Hill reported,
Democrats in Wisconsin walked out of a Friday hearing held to investigate claims of fraud in the state during this year’s elections, which they referred to as “wild conspiracy theories,” WMTV reports.
The group, consisting of State Senators Mark Miller (Monona) and Jeff Smith (Eau Claire), and State Representatives Lisa Subeck (Madison), JoCasta Zamarripa (Milwaukee) and Mark Spreitzer (Beloit), condemned the gathering. The Democratic state lawmakers exited the chambers before the session concluded, claiming “We have heard enough.”
“After a morning of wild conspiracy theories that went unchallenged and uncorrected, it is clear that today’s joint hearing is exactly the kind of disgraceful display that we all feared it would be,” they wrote in a statement released later in the day.
The five Democrats dubbed the hearing a “sham” for not focusing on important issues and instead undermining the state’s election officials.