It has been more than three years since we last cast a vote for President, but some people are still trying to debate the outcome of the election. The latest example is Wisconsin Assemblywoman Janel Brandtjen. She has urged her fellow lawmakers to impeach the administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, Meagan Wolfe. Brandtjen still believes Donald Trump won Wisconsin in 2020, and that Wolfe somehow had a hand in manipulating the numbers. Brandtjen tried in van to force a vote on a resolution to fire Wolfe during an Assembly hearing last week. Thankfully, her calls for impeachment have largely fallen on deaf ears. She doesn’t have enough support in the Assembly to bring it to the floor for a vote. But that doesn’t stop her and others from shouting crazy conspiracy theories, despite the fact it is abundantly clear Joe Biden won Wisconsin. That was proven on election night, and again in two recounts, a nonpartisan audit, a conservative law firm’s review, as well as a number of state and federal lawsuits. More than three years later, it is past time to stop arguing with the facts.