Interim Report: Wisconsin Special Counsel Shakes the 2020 Election Bushes

Mike Gableman

Here’s one surprising thing that Wisconsin has going for it when compared to other swing states: The voters are mad as hell about the 2020 election and continue to demand action from their elected representatives and senators. They continue to demand an audit, transparency and an overturn of the results if their questions are not answered. Good for them!

The recent Legislative Audit Bureau report on the election found massive discrepancies between the official results and the “anomalies” that took place in 2020. The Racine County Sheriff also recently exploded the nursing home scandal in that state, in which tens of thousands of elderly and incapacitated people had votes cast for them. And now, the Special Counsel has issued an interim report to the Wisconsin state legislature.

Special Counsel Mike Gableman has been slowly, methodically investigating all the allegations of vote fraud in the 2020 election in Wisconsin. The interim report he just issued is about 25 pages long. I read it, so you won’t have to – although I’ll place the link to the report at the bottom of this missive.

 

Keep in mind that Joe Biden supposedly “won” Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes by just 20,682 votes. Here’s a look at what the Special Counsel’s Interim Report says thus far.

First, the report acknowledges that the Legislative Audit Bureau did a fairly good job, despite auditing elections not being their job at all. The Wisconsin LAB is a bunch of accountants. Their normal job is to audit state projects to make sure taxpayer money isn’t being wasted. Still, despite the limitations they were held to, they managed to find some very questionable things. The Special Counsel hopes to expand on those items and uncover more.

A huge red flag that jumps out from the Interim Report is the absentee balloting scandal in Wisconsin. As you know by now, only individuals who are indefinitely confined at home are allowed to cast absentee ballots in Wisconsin election. This is intended so that people with severe developmental or physical disabilities are still able to vote. And somehow, there was a massive explosion in absentee ballots in Wisconsin in 2020. This also allows people to bypass the voter ID laws in Wisconsin. It’s believed that many city clerks were also allowing people to cite fear of COVID as the reason for their “indefinite confinement,” which is absurd at this point.

The Special Counsel notes that there were two very large public events in the city of Madison in September and October of 2020. These events were called “Democracy in the Park.” The Special Counsel alludes to the fact that these appear to have been partisan get-out-the-vote efforts for the Democrat Party. Many of the volunteers working with the election clerks were not properly trained at helping people fill out applications. Yet those two Democracy in the Park events yielded as many as 17,000 invalid absentee ballot applications being approved.

Riddle me this, fellow election sleuths: How do 17,000 people who are “indefinitely confined” at home somehow show up at large public events at city parks to register for absentee voting? The Special Counsel would like to know the answer to that riddle as well. Oh, and those 17,000 ineligible votes in the city of Madison make up almost Joe Biden’s entire margin of victory in the state of Wisconsin.

The Special Counsel has also found evidence that corroborates the Racine County Sheriff’s investigation into elder voting abuse. The Wisconsin Election Commission ruled that its own deputies (teams of one Republican and one Democrat) were too dangerous to enter nursing home facilities. So instead, they instructed partisan nursing home staff members to cast ballots for dementia patients. The Special Counsel concludes that this resulted in record-high turnout among elderly voters who had not voted in the past decade.

Finally, the Special Counsel is also digging into the non-governmental organizations (NGOs) owned by Mark Zuckerberg and other billionaires who offered lucrative financial contracts to Wisconsin election clerks, in exchange for administering the 2020 election. (I feel like I’m in an insane asylum every time I type a sentence about that. How in the world did that EVER happen in American elections?)

The Special Counsel has announced that it has uncovered solid evidence that these NGOs engaged in explicitly partisan get-out-the-vote activities for the Democrat Party, while under the guise of working for municipal election clerks.

The Interim Report makes it clear that Special Counsel Mike Gableman is looking for scalps over the 2020 election. He’s making criminal referrals and he’s turning over all the rocks that the state legislature should have turned over months ago.

If you want to read the Interim Report for yourself, you can check it out HERE.


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