Racine Sheriff Files Formal Charges Against Wisconsin Election Commission
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul (a Democrat) has had four weeks to act on the election fraud evidence presented by Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling on October 28. Attorney General Kaul has done nothing more than refer to the Sheriff’s clear evidence as a “partisan political stunt.” Since the AG refuses to act on the evidence of a crime, Sheriff Schmaling has filed formal charges against five members of the Wisconsin Election Commission and referred the case to the Racine County District Attorney.
The next time one of your liberal acquaintances tells you that voter fraud is a myth, you might want to refer them to the fact that almost the entire Wisconsin Election Commission has been arrested on charges of cheating in the 2020 election.
The five Commissioners being charged are Margaret Bostelmann, Julie Glancey, Ann Jacobs, Dean Knudson, and Mark Thomsen. Sheriff Schmaling is charging the five Commissioners each with felony misconduct in public office, felony election fraud, and three misdemeanor counts of being a party to the crime of election fraud.
Attorney General Kaul has refused to initiate a statewide investigation into the nursing home election fraud conspiracy that the Sheriff’s investigation uncovered. Only a statewide criminal investigation will unveil the true scope of how many tens of thousands of fraudulent votes were cast in Wisconsin.
Fortunately, the Independent Counsel investigating statewide 2020 election irregularities has corroborated Sheriff Schmaling’s findings. The IC says he has additional evidence that nursing home staff members were fraudulently filling out ballots for elderly, incapacitated patients with dementia.
The Sheriff of Racine County launched this investigation when a woman came to the department and let him know that she had made a startling discovery: Her elderly mother was on the Wisconsin rolls as having cast a ballot in the 2020 election. This was weird, and not just because her mother had died three weeks before the election. Her mother had advanced stage dementia and could not possibly have filled out a ballot for herself.
The woman’s mother could not recall what she ate for her last meal and couldn’t recognize her own daughter. She never knew what day of the week it was and had no interest in news or current events. This elderly woman could not possibly have known who was running for election. Her mother was hallucinating in the final weeks of her life. She often thought she saw strange objects flying past her window, despite the fact that she was practically blind, and her glasses were broken. Plus, her mother could not possibly have requested an absentee ballot.
When the daughter asked the director of the nursing home how it was possible that her mother could have filled out a ballot, given her diminished mental capacity and the fact that she had not voted in many years, the director informed her that the nursing home staff had filled out a ballot for her mother. She then took that information to the Racine County Sheriff.
The Sheriff’s office then determined that incidents like this had happened at nursing homes all over Racine County. This was a direct violation of election law. Under Wisconsin state law, Election Deputies (teams of one Republican and one Democrat) are the only people authorized to assist people who need help filling out an absentee ballot.
The five Wisconsin Election Commissioners who have now been formally charged forbid the state-mandated Election Deputies from entering nursing homes, using COVID as an excuse. Instead, the WEC co-conspirators instructed the nursing homes to have staff members “help” the residents fill out their absentee ballots (which many of them had not requested).
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, there were 21,495 elderly Wisconsin residents confined to nursing homes in 2020 (compared to Joe Biden’s “victory” of 20,682 votes). We don’t know how many elderly residents had fraudulent ballots filled out in their names in Wisconsin. That would require a full statewide criminal investigation. But combined with the evidence that the Inspector General has compiled so far, it’s clear that Wisconsin’s official result was off by tens of thousands of votes.
It also remains to be seen whether the Racine County District Attorney will follow through on the case. If she refuses, we will know that the system is badly rigged in Wisconsin. The good news is that the Republican-majority Wisconsin legislature is still moving forward with plans to abolish the Wisconsin Election Commission and reassert authority over all future federal elections in that state.