Wisconsin Special Counsel Fires off Multiple Election Subpoenas
The Wisconsin Assembly appointed a Special Counsel last month to look into criminal wrongdoing in their state during the 2020 election. That Special Counsel is Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, who started issuing subpoenas to state election officials this week.
It’s important to note that Wisconsin is approaching the election problems differently than other states. Gableman is conducting a criminal investigation. Depending on his findings – and possible indictments – that could in turn lead to a full, statewide forensic election audit. In the meantime, it looks like Gableman’s investigation will finally start to shed some light on why Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s employees ran Wisconsin’s 2020 election, rather than state election officials.
Gableman has described himself as a “judicial conservative” throughout his legal career, so I’m hopeful that this investigation will turn out to be legit. Several Democrat groups have filed ethics complaints against him over the years, because they think he was too tough on child molesters from the bench. On his Wikipedia page, it states that he found no evidence of any wrongdoing or fraud during his probe of the 2020 election – which is kind of hilarious, considering the investigation hasn’t even started yet. Uphold the narrative, Wikipedia!
Gableman issued subpoenas this week to four Wisconsin city clerks, Wisconsin Election Commission administrator Meagan Wolf, a former assistant to Racine Mayor Cory Mason, and to Milwaukee Election Commission Director Claire Woodall-Vogg. Ms. Woodall-Vogg was the lady who laughed during an email exchange about how she flipped Donald Trump’s clear election night victory to Joe Biden after the ballot counting stopped.
For those who don’t remember, a ballot dump of 140,000 Joe Biden votes was added to Wisconsin’s total at 4 o’clock in the morning on November 4th.
The interesting thing about Gableman’s subpoenas is that they all lead directly back to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his election “fortification” NGOs. Zuckerberg and his wife donated $350 million to his own non-governmental organizations like the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL), the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), and the National Vote at Home Institute. Those groups then turned around and offered grant money to liberal-controlled cities in Wisconsin, in exchange for administering their federal elections. All of Zuckerberg’s NGOs, by the way, are run by former DNC political and campaign operatives.
It’s worth pausing for just a moment to note that this is the first time in American history that outside partisan political organizations have paid state and local election officials for the right to administer their elections. That’s never happened before in American history – because it is completely insane.
It’s also a huge part of the reason why so many Wisconsin voters are furious with state election officials and demanding an audit. There’s nothing ordinary about a zillionaire California oligarch taking over the administration of an election in another state by throwing tons of money at local bureaucrats.
None of this is in dispute, by the way. The Wisconsin Spotlight conducted a true journalistic investigation of the 2020 election and uncovered hundreds of pages of emails and documents that prove that Mark Zuckerberg bought his way into the state election process. For example, the head of the National Vote at Home Institute is a Democrat operative and Zuckerberg underling named Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein.
This Spitzer-Rubenstein guy had exclusive access to 47 full boxes of mail-in ballots at the hotel where they were being stored in Green Bay for many days prior to the election. No one else – not even Green Bay city election officials – was allowed access to that Hyatt Regency ballroom without Spitzer-Rubenstein’s permission.
Does any of this sound normal? Is anyone actually okay with this? Gableman has subpoenaed Wisconsin election officials for all records related to grant money received from Zuckerberg’s NGOs. Gableman also attended Mike Lindell’s cyber symposium on 2020 election fraud in August, and he has made public statements that there is good reason to believe the election was stolen in Wisconsin. This is about to get really interesting.
Wisconsin has 10 electoral votes. Arizona has 11 and Georgia has 15. If those three states successfully decertify their results, it brings Joe Biden’s electoral vote total down to just 269 votes – one shy of the constitutionally required 270 to be considered the winner of a presidential election. Then – BY LAW – the 2020 election is to be decided by a vote of Congress, where each state legislature gets one vote. Then we’ll finally be out of this nightmare.