Five major cities in Wisconsin hit with voter fraud lawsuits

by Summer Lane

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Five cities in Wisconsin are being hit with lawsuits from the Thomas More Society, staging a fight over illegal drop boxes positioned throughout the state during the 2020 presidential election. According to an official press release from the Thomas More Society, the cities involved are Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, and Racine.

Further, each of the cities made an agreement with a nonprofit initiative called the “Center for Tech and Civic Life” to place the drop boxes around the state. The nonprofit in question has been previously linked to Facebook (Meta) CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who reportedly funneled millions of dollars into the election processes in Wisconsin cities.

Interestingly, the five cities facing lawsuits are the same “Zuckerberg 5” referred to by Special Counsel Michael Gableman, who has been extensively investigating the influence of dark money in the 2020 presidential election – and looking into whether or not it influenced the final results.

In fact, in April, Gableman presented a 136-page report to the Wisconsin State Assembly that revealed he believed Zuckerberg’s contributions to election processes likely did influence the election results.

Ballot drop boxes have become a hot topic of conversation in the election integrity debate in the U.S. today, especially in light of recent and shocking evidence of ballot trafficking during the 2020 election.

Thanks to an extensive investigation conducted by the election integrity organization, True the Vote, more evidence has been brought to the general public. A new documentary film by Dinesh D’Souza, “2000 Mules,” shares this staggering information on how drop boxes were allegedly used to sway voting outcomes in 2020.

In the official press release, Thomas More Society Special Counsel Erick Kaardal stated that his clients had done “everything in their power” to urge the Wisconsin Elections Commission to investigate the five cities connected to Zuckerberg’s money.

“Nonetheless,” Kaardal continued, “the Wisconsin Elections Commission refused to investigate these known illegalities.” Because of this, he noted there was no choice but to turn to the courts to “prevent these cities from using illegal drop boxes as they did, by agreement and with private funding, in the November 2020 election. Never again.”

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