Remember that one time when Wisconsin hired a special counsel to investigate the 2020 election, and then when that special counsel – a former WI Supreme Court Justice – issued his report outlining massive fraud, the Assembly didn’t do anything about it? Yeah, there’s been a new development found by an Assembly Member.
Rep. Janel Brandtjen (R-Menomonee Falls) says about 80% of the military voters who cast ballots in 2020 seem to have disappeared in the 2022 midterms. That’s a pretty shocking difference. What we don’t know at this point is whether that means there was more fraud in 2020 (likely) or less fraud in 2022 (maybe?). But it shows that many of the problems that we experienced two years ago have not gone away.
Military voters in Wisconsin are one of the very few classes of voters that don’t have to show ID to get an absentee ballot. They don’t even have to register to get a ballot in Wisconsin. They just fill out the request and check a box, and a ballot is mailed to whatever address they put on the form. That’s a head-scratcher that creates a massive, gaping, obvious flaw in the system.
A Milwaukee election clerk showed just how vulnerable that system is by creating three military members out of thin air and having their ballots sent to Rep. Brandtjen’s home address. If the clerk could do that, anyone could do it. This is yet another hole in Wisconsin’s system that hasn’t been addressed since 2020.
Here are the numbers of absentee military ballots that were cast in Wisconsin in the last four election cycles: 6,736 in 2016; 4,966 in 2018; 9876 in 2020 (9-8-7-6, not weird at all, because we don’t have computer algorithms cranking out non-organic numbers or anything); and then there were suddenly 1,573 absentee military ballots in 2022.
How did the number of absentee military ballots in 2022 drop by 83% over 2020, when there was such heightened interest in voting because of how terrible the Democrats are doing? Were the 83% more military ballots in 2020 just made up out of thin air?
And let’s not forget all the 2020 election fraud that was already committed in Wisconsin that was uncovered by the special counsel and the Racine County Sherriff’s Office.
The Sheriff’s office uncovered the fact that more than 90% of nursing homes in Wisconsin had 100% or higher voter turnout. The special counsel’s office found that in almost all of those cases, nursing home staffers were filling out ballots for incapacitated elderly people who were no longer allowed to vote – but they ended up being sent absentee ballots anyway.
The special counsel determined that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg violated the law by “donating” $9 million to the election clerks in the five most populous counties (Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Racine and Kenosha). In exchange for the cash, Facebook ended up administering their elections.
The special counsel discovered that in Green Bay, a Zuckerberg employee named Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, who is an attorney from the Bronx, was in charge of administering that city’s 2020 election. Spitzer-Rubenstein even had the Wisconsin election clerks set up a secret Wi-Fi channel that would reach his hotel room on the eighth floor across the street from the election center on the night of the election.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court also ruled earlier this year that the drop boxes distributed by Zuckerberg’s minions are illegal in Wisconsin.
Joe Biden “won” Wisconsin by just 20,682 votes. But the special counsel uncovered the fact that 70,000 people who first registered to vote in 1918 in Wisconsin had cast ballots in that election. You had to be 21 years of age to register to vote back in 1918, so all 70,000 of those people would have had to be 124 years old to vote in 2020. Those voters were all dead. Obviously.
And now we learn just this week that 8,303 fewer military members voted in the 2022 midterms when compared to 2020. The fraud and illegal practices just keep coming from every direction. As I’ve said many times, every time you turn over another rock you find more fraud in 2020. The disappearance of more than 80% of military ballots in Wisconsin, compared to 2020, didn’t even trigger an investigation from the corrupt Wisconsin Election Commission.