Last week, the Republican-controlled state Senate in Wisconsin voted to fire Meagan Wolfe, the Administrator of the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC). Wolfe was instrumental in helping to steal the 2020 election for Joe Biden. Her term in office expired back in June. But because of a loophole in state law that the Democrats identified, she never has to leave her job until she picks her own replacement (supposedly).
It’s like saying to the taxpayers, “You can’t fire me because I refuse to quit!”
Now the legislature is having to go to the trouble of impeaching Wolfe just to get her out of her office. House Republicans filed 15 Articles of Impeachment against her on Thursday.
What’s interesting about the Articles is that they read sort of like a roadmap on how the 2020 election was stolen—at least from the administrative side, which was just as instrumental as the Democrat Party’s nonprofits and NGOs stuffing the drop boxes. Here’s what some of the Articles of Impeachment against Wolfe allege.
First, Wolfe maladministered the 2020 election. Wisconsin state law has very strict guidelines on absentee (mail-in) ballots, which are a privilege rather than a right. If an absentee ballot comes in and does not have a proper address or a witness signature on it, that ballot is invalid and must not be counted. Lots of ballots came in missing one or both of those components, since nobody had participated in mail-in voting before.
Rather than discarding those votes as required by law, Wolfe told the clerks across Wisconsin that they “may add a missing witness address using whatever means are available.” Most of the clerks knew what this really meant: Fix the Democrat ballots that are messed up using any means possible but throw the Republican ballots in the trash which is what’s required by law for all improper ballots. This was deliberate, disparate treatment of voters designed to suppress Republican votes.
Next, Wolfe is accused of illegally advocating for drop boxes. Wolfe advised the clerks in Wisconsin’s five largest cities that drop boxes provided by Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) were mandatory. But there was nothing in Wisconsin state law that said drop boxes were legal or could be used.
Wolfe’s illegal orders on the drop boxes resulted in the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that there was no statutory authorization for the boxes, and that the WEC’s encouragement of their use was illegal. That was the decision handed down in Teigen vs. Wisconsin Election Commission last year. The good news from that decision is that drop boxes are now officially and specifically illegal in Wisconsin and cannot be used to steal the 2024 election from Donald Trump.
The Articles also stipulate that Wolfe was responsible for all the voting in Wisconsin nursing homes and long-term care facilities without Special Voting Deputies present, which was required by law. This resulted in nursing homes across the state having 100% voter turnout (or higher), since nursing home staffers were simply filling out ballots for elderly people with no witnesses or deputies in the room. Many of these elderly “voters” were not even allowed to vote due to having dementia almost as bad as Joe Biden. This was uncovered during an investigation by the Racine County Sheriff’s Office.
Wolfe is accused of employing partisan, out-of-state residents to administer the 2020 election in Wisconsin’s largest cities. As we’ve covered previously, former Obama advisor David Plouffe—the author of “The Citizen’s Guide to Beating Donald Trump”—was the guy who administered the election in Milwaukee. Plouffe was a Zuckerberg employee in the 2020 election, who helped administer the election in Milwaukee. Similar Obama/Zuckerberg operatives also administered the elections in Detroit, Michigan and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Wolfe also authorized Mike Spitzer-Rubenstein, a Zuckerberg-employed attorney from Brooklyn, New York, to administer the 2020 election in Wisconsin. From the Articles of Impeachment, Spitzer-Rubenstein “assumed control over various aspects of the Green Bay election, including overriding the Clerk’s recommendations, signing contracts, controlling access to a key location, and determining the acceptance of absentee ballots after 8 p.m. Mr. Spitzer-Rubenstein lacked the requisite training, certification, and oath of office necessary to work in Wisconsin elections.”
It’s clear that Meagan Wolfe was taking orders from Obama’s team of election riggers in administering the 2020 election. She doesn’t want to leave the office because her replacement is obviously going to find a lot of skeletons in her closet. It’s crazy that the legislature is having to impeach her to get rid of her. There are plenty of votes to impeach her in the Wisconsin House. The Senate will need to flip at least one Democrat to finally eject Meagan Wolfe from office.