I’ve been reading through the Office of Special Counsel’s sort-of final report on Wisconsin’s 2020 election for the past few days, and it is a gold mine of information. The amount of cheating in Wisconsin was astonishing. People should be in jail or headed to the gallows for treason based on these findings. If we had a real Department of Justice in this country, they’d be sending FBI agents to kick in doors.
I’ve been writing about the findings for the past few days, because there was just too much fraud to cover in a single article. Like the findings about the “mystery man” from Brooklyn who ran Green Bay’s election from his hotel room. This is really astonishing stuff that the OSC uncovered.
The mystery man is an attorney from Brooklyn named Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein. Republicans in Wisconsin have been raising questions about this guy for months, and the role that he played in administering the 2020 election in Wisconsin’s third largest city. Spitzer-Rubenstein is a Democrat Party political operative who works for Mark Zuckerberg’s NGO, the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL).
According to the OSC report, Spitzer-Rubenstein was able to administer the 2020 Wisconsin election from his hotel room because he had Green Bay election officials set up three Wi-Fi networks that could reach his hotel room on the eighth floor. Eight stories is about 90 feet, so they must have been using some serious Wi-Fi signal boosters to set this up for him.
One was a password-protected network available for media outlets reporting election results from the Hyatt Regency and KI Convention Center. A second password-protected network was set up for Green Bay’s Central Count staffers working on election night.
The third network that Spitzer-Rubenstein had set up for him, according to the OSC, was not password-protected. This network didn’t need a password, because it was supposed to be hidden so no could find it. The Special Counsel found out about it.
The OSC report states:
“On election day, Spitzer-Rubenstein had access to ballots and determined which ones would be counted or not counted.”
The reason why Spitzer-Rubenstein would need his own secret Wi-Fi network on election night is pretty obvious: Because the electronic voting machines and counting machines are hooked up to the internet. You know, the same machines that elected officials have been telling us for the past 15 months are absolutely not hooked up to the internet.
This is no doubt also the reason why Dominion Voting Systems, ESS, and Command Central, LLC all refused to comply with the OSC’s legislative subpoenas. Those are the three companies that provided the electronic voting and counting machines to Wisconsin. Command Central received images of ballots on election night, but the OSC believes the actual physical ballots are in Command Central’s offices in MINNESOTA – which is yet another violation of Wisconsin election laws.
The OSC was unable to finish that portion of its investigation. However, the OSC investigation of the three tech companies that provided the machines is still ongoing. Maybe there will be another report issued on that in the coming months.
Spitzer-Rubenstein’s secret Wi-Fi network becomes especially interesting when you consider emails that he sent to Green Bay election clerks and staffers prior to the election. Those emails were obtained by the Chair of the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections, Rep. Janel Brantjen.
On October 7, 2020, for example, he emailed Green Bay election clerks and asked if CTCL could help with “curing absentee ballots that are missing a signature or witness signature/address.” Again – this guy is a Democrat Party operative who worked for a third-party NGO. And he’s from Brooklyn!
The day before the election, November 2, 2020, Spitzer-Rubenstein emailed Green Bay election staffers with this request:
“Would you be able to pull the numbers on the absentee ballots returned and outstanding per ward? If you want to just export the Excel files for the absentee ballot report, we can work with that.”
That sounds like the exact information you would need the day before an election if you were planning to switch the vote counts on your secret Wi-Fi network, to ensure that the final count doesn’t exceed the number of ballots received, but what do I know?
And since the Special Counsel says that Spitzer-Rubenstein decided which ballots were counted and which were not, it’s definitely time for the Wisconsin Legislature to decertify the state’s 2020 election results.
Donald Trump won by a lot!