Chris Plante Show: Dems Shipping in Busloads of Fraudulent Voters into Wisconsin
This is the massive vote fraud I’ve been warning about and Gov. Walker better be prepared for it.
WMAL’s Chris Plante got a call today from a man claiming to be on one of four busses that are driving from Michigan to Wisconsin in order to have fraudulent voters flood the polls for Democrat Barrett who is vying to upset Wis. Governor Scott Walker.
The caller says that the busses were organized by an auto union to bring as many illegal votes to Wisconsin as they can.
Radio host Plante sums up the caller’s claim thus:
What you’re telling me is that the unions in Michigan have organized a bus convoy — and you’re riding in that bus convoy — and they’re bringing Michigan residents to Wisconsin in order to vote illegally for Tom Barrett.
Chris Plante can be heard on 105.9 FM and 630 AM in Washington DC.
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