Not Over Yet: Wisconsin’s New Election Investigation Explained, Left Wing Groups Being Investigated

Posted by on March 29, 2021 9:03 pm
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One America’s News reporter, Jack Posobeic, covered an investigation into what is being called a “Universal Ballot harvesting scheme,” involving potential ties to Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg and how the collaboration between them potentially changed the 2020 Presidential election. The results of the investigations could expose deep government corruption in the State of Wisconsin.

“In a seemingly stunning turn of events, the Wisconsin Assembly Campaign and Election Committees have voted to launch an investigation into persistent questions about the integrity of the 2020 election,” Posebic said.

“They are looking at the conduct of individuals as they expanded access into what is being called a Universal Mail-in Ballot Scheme, due to COVID-19,”he said.

Quoting State Rep. Janell Brancion said, We are going to get to the bottom of it,” about the resolution that passed, which began the investigation.

The Panel has been given the authority to issue subpoenas to question witnesses about documents, and the legislatures intend to use these powers to the fullest, Posobeic said.

“Emails are the focus that left-wing organizations funded by Mark Zuckerberg exerted a huge amount of influence and involvement in the 2020 election. These organizations usually have safe-sounding names such as the National Vote at Home Institute or the Center for Tech and Civil life. Yet brought in high-level Democrat operatives like Michael Spencer Rubenstein to run operations on the local level in Wisconsin. Spencer Rubenstein was allegedly the point man in Wisconsin 5.  Milwaukee, Madison, Greenbay, Kenosha, and Racine, according to a Daily Signal report,” Posobeic said.

Emails revealed that the point man had access to absentee ballots, sensitive machines, and hidden internet networks in the facility where ballots were counted.

Local Wisconsin news reported on Sept. 28th, “The city of Madison Clerk’s Office collected 10,813 absentee ballots at its “Democracy in the Park” event held Saturday, despite the threat of legal action from state Republican legislative leaders.”

From the article, we can get an idea about the number of ballots that were collected:

The city of Milwaukee has 15 ballot drop boxes for absentee voters this election cycle. Claire Woodall-Vogg, executive director of the city’s Election Commission, said that an estimated 9,000 absentee ballots had been returned using the drop boxes so far.

“I would not be surprised if more than 50 percent of voters use a dropbox in this election,” Woodall-Vogg said via email Monday.

In Eau Claire, City Clerk Carrie Riepl said the city’s four ballot drop boxes have been popular as well. Riepl said as of Monday, a little over 1,600 ballots had been returned using the city’s boxes, making up more than half of the ballots that have been returned in the city.

One report posted by Gateway Pundit on March 26, said: “Wisconsin Lawmakers to Hold General Election Review Hearing on Wednesday Following News that Democrat Operative Given Keys to Absentee Ballot Counting Room.”

“The Wisconsin Assembly Campaign and Elections Committees voted to launch an investigation into what is being called a universal mail-in ballot scheme,” OANN reported on March 27th.

FLASHBACK TO NOV 4th

After leading the state, in a sudden reversal, the media called Democrat Joe Biden the winner of the state, and there were numerous intense hearings after.

WISCONSIN IS NOT GIVING UP

Republican groups have been pushing for transparency in the election since early November and even before.

Recall; Mail-in ballots were not allowed to be counted ahead of time- which might explain the late come from behind for Biden.

Watch OAN’s coverage:

 

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