During a conversation with a “woman posing as a conservative” GOP Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin told her that the results in Wisconsin’s 2020 election were “mot skewed.”
It is unknown why the woman had to “pose as a conservative” to get this particular answer, but the liberal media in Milwaukee decided it was pertinent information.
According to The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
“There’s nothing obviously skewed about the results,” Johnson said.
He noted Republicans collectively received more votes in races for other offices.
“If all the Republicans voted for Trump the way they voted for the Assembly candidates, he would have won,” Johnson said. “He didn’t get 51,000 votes that other Republicans got, and that’s why he lost.”
Johnson told the woman to not focus on the machines, but instead focus on the events that allowed voters to turn in absentee ballots to poll workers in parks, and non-profit money given to run elections from Mark Zuckerburg, and the decision of places like Milwaukee to count absentee ballots at one central location instead of at the individual precints.
The manipulation of the election rules is something that Johnson feels is what swayed the results, not voting machine.