Courtesy of The Palmer Report:
The controversy in Wisconsin began when Outagamie County posted official results in which the total number of people who voted for president was higher than the total number of people who showed up to vote at all. This is numerically impossible. Now Outagamie has officially revised its numbers, as noted by Fast Company reporter Dan Solomon in his Twitter timeline, adjusting its vote total for Donald Trump downward – and now the original discrepancy has vanished accordingly.
Considering that Donald Trump only “won” the state of Wisconsin by around 22,000 votes to begin with, and now 1500 of his supposed votes have now been taken off the board on the above adjustment in one county alone, it raises the question of how many more votes may be adjusted by other counties who realize errors – and it raises the even larger question of whether Trump won Wisconsin at all. So what happens now?
It probably won’t happen, but it needs to.