Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman (pictured left) was appointed as a Special Counsel nearly a year ago to investigate what happened in that state in the 2020 election. Gableman issued his finalized report in a hearing before the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections on Tuesday. He recommended criminal charges for some of the players who illegally swayed the outcome of the election; called for the abolishment of the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) which carried out widespread fraud in nursing homes; accused the WEC of accepting election bribes from Mark Zuckerberg’s NGOs; and urged the legislature to decertify the state’s 2020 election results, which were clearly fraudulent.
I’ll save the mainstream media some time by writing their lead paragraph for all their articles on the hearing:
“Donald Trump’s baseless election conspiracy theories suffered yet another blow in Wisconsin after the Special Counsel failed to uncover any evidence of fraud in the 2020 election, which nameless experts say was the safest and most secure election in all of American history.”
That was fun! Maybe ABC News will hire me back after all these years. Obviously, everything in that paragraph is a total lie. But I dare you to read any article on Politico, CNN, or any other mainstream media news site in the next few days about Gableman’s report. You know there will be a paragraph like that in every article.
As to Gableman’s report, there were three main takeaways on Tuesday.
First, Gableman alleges that Mark Zuckerberg’s NGO – the Center for Tech and Civic Life – violated Wisconsin election bribery laws under Wisconsin Statute § 12.11. Zuckerberg’s team doled out $9 million to five county election clerks and then proceeded to carry out Democrat Party Get Out the Vote drives in those counties, under the guise of local government. The Wisconsin law basically states that it is illegal to give anything of value (such as $9 million) to any person to induce an elector to go to the polls.
Gableman also noted that the ballot drop boxes that Zuckerberg paid for and distributed throughout the state are illegal under Wisconsin law. There has never been a legal statute passed by the Wisconsin Assembly and signed into law that authorizes the use of drop boxes. It’s a rule that was solely made up out of thin air and implemented by the WEC.
Second, Gableman called for the WEC to be abolished. Gableman played a series of emotional video interviews for the Assembly, which were conducted with elderly dementia patients and their family members. The dementia patients somehow voted in the 2020 election, even though some of them had orders from judges that they were no longer authorized to vote due to diminished mental capacity.
Under the law, teams of WEC members (one Democrat and one Republican to keep each other honest) are supposed to help elderly voters who are cognizant to fill out their ballots. That didn’t happen. The WEC told nursing homes to just have staffers fill out ballots for elderly voters. In this illegal manner, thousands of elderly dementia patients who haven’t voted in a decade or more suddenly voted in the 2020 election.
One of the elderly ladies in the videos was not interviewed because she’s in hospice care and basically sleeps all the time, according to her family members. She’s in her 90s. How is it even vaguely possible that she could have voted in 2020, even with assistance? Other seniors that Gableman’s team interviewed clearly did not have the cognitive skills to vote, with or without help. Some didn’t even know who their current governor is, or the name of the imposter in the White House. Some didn’t even remember how elections and voting work. The videos were heart wrenching, because the Democrat Party clearly abused these elderly patients and stole their votes by casting ballots for Joe Biden.
Gableman also covered other illegalities that took place in Wisconsin, which I’ve written about previously. For example, 70,000 voters who first registered to vote in 1918 cast ballots in the 2020 election. (They’d all have to have been at least 124 years old in 2020.)
Finally, in his recommendations to the Wisconsin Assembly, Gableman stated:
“At this point, I believe the legislature ought to take a very hard look at the option of decertification of the 2020 Wisconsin Presidential Election.”
I couldn’t agree more!