A Wisconsin investigation of the 2020 election revealed many instances of unlawful conduct by Wisconsin election officials in the 2020 Presidential election. So, former President Donald Trump may not be the crazy man legacy media portrays him as for claiming election fraud.
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was hired as a Special Counsel in 2021 by Republican Speaker of the State Assembly Robin Vos to investigate suspected election fraud during the 2020 general election. Gableman delivered a 136-page report to the Wisconsin State Assembly Wednesday that listed acts that range from the questionable to the criminal. He specifically states he is not recommending decertification of the 2020 election but does note how that could be justified.
The Special Counsel claims Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul unsuccessfully sued to block certain subpoenas; left-wing groups provided support adverse to Wisconsin taxpayers—for instance by providing legal support to government employees seeking to keep their work secret; and, the Administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) has explicitly stated to the Chairwoman of the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections that she is prohibited by law and by private contract from turning over certain public records.
“Until these lawsuits are resolved, there appears to be no way to fully vindicate the right of the people of the State of Wisconsin to know how their government is run,” he said.
Attorney General Kaul did not immediately respond to phone call requesting comment.
Kaul singles out the Mark Zuckerberg non-profit “Tech and Civic Life”, declaring, “The Center for Tech and Civic Life’s $8,800,000 Zuckerberg Plan Grants being run in the Cities of Milwaukee, Madison, Racine, Kenosha and Green Bay constituting Election Bribery Under [state statute].” A phone call requesting comment from Tech and Civic Life was not immediately returned.
The Cities of Milwaukee, Madison, Racine, Kenosha and Green Bay allegedly made unprecedented use of private companies to administer the election.
He claims they let unauthorized users access and make unauthorized use of WisVote private voter data. Other practices violating Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) policies included sharing voter data for free that would have cost the public $12,500, he noted.
Many nursing homes reportedly had 100 percent voting rates despite many of the residents being previously deemed incompetent to make such decisions. The special counsel said the Racine County Sheriff’s Office concluded the WEB unlawfully directed the municipal clerks not to send out the legally required special voting deputies to nursing homes.
“Recently, a Wisconsin court invalidated the use of drop boxes,” Gableman said. “Additionally, this report flags systematic problems with voting in elder care facilities, an issue that was
also recently blown wide open by the Racine County Sheriff.”
“It is the duty of all citizens of our State and our nation to work hard to secure our democracy for this generation and the next.”
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