Report: More than 80K mail-in ballots went missing in Wisconsin’s 2020 election

Though the mainstream media has gone out of its way to quash any discussion or investigation of fraud connected to the 2020 presidential election, a new report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) sheds new light on the fact that more than 80,000 mail ballots sent to Wisconsin voters either “went missing or undeliverable,” according to Breitbart.

The report, released late last week, indicated that the total of unaccounted-for ballots came to 82,766, more than four times the 20,682-vote margin by which now-President Joe Biden was declared the winner of the state.

A statement issued by PILF President J. Christian Adams explained, “We now know the cost of the rush to mail balloting – lost ballots. The federal data show the 2020 election had more mail ballots that were never counted than the margin of victory in the presidential election in Wisconsin.”

Adams continued, “This isn’t the way to run an election. Mail ballots invite error, disenfranchisement of voters, and puts the inept U.S. Post Office determining the outcome of elections.”

Also of note is the fact that the report revealed that the massive number of “missing or undeliverable” mail ballots in Wisconsin during the 2020 cycle represented a departure from both the 2012 and 2016 elections when the tally of lost ballots in those years did not exceed the eventual margin of victory.

The PILF report emphasized the significant role Wisconsin plays in determining the outcome of the presidential election and lamented the situation that plagued the process in 2020, saying, “Unlike other states its size with an influence in national politics, Wisconsin could brag about the fact that its counts of undeliverable and “unknown” mail ballots never inundated the margin of victory for a statewide candidate – until the 2020 election.”

As the organization noted, “Expanded vote-by-mail efforts create stress tests on a state’s voter registration list maintenance system and reveal of investments in ballot chains of custody were effective,” and the group thus declared the revelations in this report to be indicative of “a core system failure.”

Considering that Biden’s certified 2020 margin of victory in Wisconsin was a mere 1.2%, those types of failures are ones that the state – and indeed the entire nation – can ill afford.