A strange switch of vote-counts occurred in Wisconsin on election night. If it was indeed an error – and if it is reversed – the result would be a cut in Joe Biden’s lead in that state to roughly 1,500 votes. Biden currently leads in Wisconsin by 20,540 votes.
The switch was first reported by The Gateway Pundit after receiving a tip from a reader.
“On election night the results of the [Rock] county were presented during the evening and showed that President Trump won Wisconsin in 2016. At 10:59 the votes came in and the race was close with both candidates at around 29,000 ballots. Then by 11:12 President Trump had taken a nearly 1,000 vote lead on Biden with 31,000 votes to Biden’s 30,000:”
“At 11:21 these results had not changed much. Then at 11:43 more votes came in and they showed Trump had taken a commanding lead at 46,649 to Biden’s 37,133. This was a 9,516 vote lead for Trump.”
“But then suddenly at 11:57 these votes had swapped. Biden was reported with 46,649 and Trump was reduced to Biden’s former total of 37,133. These votes had swapped from the President Trump to Biden – again a swap from a Republican to a Democrat.”
The net result was a 19,032 vote-swing in Biden’s favor. Those numbers still stand today, as is reported by Decision Desk HQ.
Biden currently holds a 1,630,570 to 1,610,030 vote lead in the state – for a difference of 20,540. If the “switch” is reversed, it would cut Biden’s lead down to only 1,508 votes.
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