There has recently been a lot of support for a cyber-forensic audit of the 2020 election. There has also been confusion regarding what a cyber-forensic audit is, and what the State Legislature is doing.

So far this session, the State Legislature has passed multiple election integrity bills aimed at ensuring confidence in the democratic process. Sadly, they have all been vetoed by Governor Evers.

The Legislature has also authorized a forensic audit to get to the bottom of the 2020 election fraud complaints.

This week, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos announced another expansion of the Legislature's election audit. Additional resources are being allocated to ensure there were no issues in the 2020 election.

This cyber-forensic audit is on top of the statewide audit of the Wisconsin Election Commission, and the work Rep. Brandtjen, chair of the Elections Committee, is doing.

This investigation will reveal the full truth behind the 2020 election.

My heart goes out to the service members who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting Americans stranded in Afghanistan. Pray their families find peace, and pray for those trying to escape the violence.

Their sacrifice isn't for nothing. The service members in Afghanistan are doing everything they can to save people from Taliban control.

Refugees are asking for another shot at freedom. They are interpreters, DoD contractors, journalists, and educators.

These people put their lives at risk to help our service members. 

Thousands of refugees from Afghanistan are being temporarily moved to Fort McCoy. I've received questions from concerned Wisconsinites wondering what this means.

Everyone arriving is undergoing a robust screening, including a biometric check. Multiple intelligence agencies are involved and are looking into the background of everyone coming over.

In the meantime, I hope every American citizen is able to safely escape Afghanistan. They could have been pulled out before the fall of the Afghanistan government but didn't due to a lack of planning from the Biden administration.

I have faith in the service members tasked with saving trapped Americans, and those tasked with vetting those who come here looking for a better life.

This weekend you can attend the Falls Music Festival. August 28th, enjoy music, BBQ, beer gardens, and fun at the Polk County Fairgrounds. Learn More.

You can also visit the Burnett County Ag Fair from August 26th through the 29th. Hosted at the fairgrounds, you can see everything from a demo derby to a tractor pull! Learn More.

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