Hyuuuge: Wisconsin Judge Bans All Future Use of Ballot Drop Boxes
A Wisconsin judge dealt a massive blow to Democrat’s this week with a ruling that bans the use of unsecured drop boxes in all future elections. Amazing things seem to happen when a judge doesn’t simply dismiss an election case “without standing.”
It’s now clear from the evidence gathered by True the Vote that the unsecured drop boxes – paid for by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in many cases – were a major factor in the wildly unpopular Joe Biden somehow obtaining 81 million votes in the 2020 election. And now this fraudulent tool has been taken off the table permanently in Wisconsin.
The fraud in the 2020 election in Wisconsin was so blatant that it actually earned a nickname: The Drop. Joe Biden was trailing Donald Trump by more than 100,000 votes in Wisconsin when all of the swing states suddenly stopped counting the votes at the same time. Then, in the middle of the night, The Drop happened in Wisconsin: A massive dump of Biden-only ballots was added to the total, delivering Joe Biden a 20,682-vote “victory” over Donald Trump. There were zero votes for Donald Trump in The Drop, which told everyone watching that we were witnessing one of the most outlandish examples of electoral fraud in US history.
As we’ve documented previously on Wisconsin: Mark Zuckerberg’s NGOs paid cash “grants” to Democrat-controlled counties in Wisconsin in 2020, ostensibly to help protect the public from COVID. But once the election officials took the money, Zuckerberg’s NGOs informed them that they wanted to administer the elections in Wisconsin completely – and many county clerks complied with that request.
By working with the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC), the new election overseers changed the elections laws in that state on the fly. There would be unsecured drop boxes distributed for anyone to drop ballots into, and ballot harvesting would suddenly be legalized as well.
Wisconsin election laws are very clear on this: Ballot harvesting is strictly illegal, and ballot drop boxes are not authorized for use in that state. And that’s exactly how Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bohren ruled this week.
In a summary judgment against the WEC, Judge Bohren ruled that the WEC broke the law in Wisconsin by unilaterally changing election laws without a vote from the legislature. State legislatures have plenary power under the US Constitution on the manner in which they administer elections. And in Wisconsin, there’s no gray area here. The legislature only allows two ways to cast an absentee ballot: You can deliver your own ballot in-person to a clerk’s office, or you can mail your ballot through the postal service.
The WEC sent memos to all Wisconsin county clerks in March and August of 2020. They encouraged the clerks to set up unsecured drop boxes (to save everyone from COVID!) and to basically allow ballot harvesting to take place. The WEC even told voters that anyone else could deliver their ballot to a drop box for them.
The judge also ruled that the WEC should have gone through the normal rules process (60-day public comment period, etc.) in order to make such massive changes to state election laws, but failed to do so. Judge Bohren’s ruling bans the use of drop boxes completely in all future Wisconsin elections and reaffirms the fact that ballot harvesting is illegal in Wisconsin. This is a huge blow to the Democrats.
It’s unlikely that any higher court will overturn the ruling, for two reasons. First, the unilateral (and illegal) changes to Wisconsin election laws by the WEC has no prior precedent. And second, the US Constitution is very clear on the matter. State legislatures have total authority over how elections are not administered. Some unelected board of government workers does not have the authority to overrule state legislatures and the will of the people.
This ruling means that there will be no drop boxes used in Wisconsin in the 2022 midterms, or in the 2024 presidential election. The drop boxes are toast. And that’s something we should all be celebrating. This ruling was a pleasant surprise for this week. We’re hearing through the grapevine that the Special Counsel investigating the 2020 election in Wisconsin will issue his final report sometime in February. We can’t wait to see the additional examples of fraud that he uncovers!