Judge overseeing Wisconsin election fraud probe issues nearly 100 subpoenas to individuals involved in 2020 election

by Timothy Frudd

Wisconsin Special Counsel Michael Gableman is issuing 70 subpoenas to Wisconsin state employees and entities, mayoral staffers, IT departments, private companies, and special interest groups who were involved in the 2020 election.

Gableman’s latest move shows that Wisconsin’s election audit is far from complete, showing a far different story from that reported by the mainstream media.

As a former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice, Michael Gableman was appointed by Speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly Robin Vos to serve as special counsel in an investigation into the 2020 election in Wisconsin.

Gableman’s investigation is currently looking into the role that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg played in the contested presidential election by donating massive amounts of money to the Center for Tech and Civic Life. It is also exploring the actions of the Wisconsin Election Commission as well as Wisconsin mayors and clerks. Not stopping there, Gableman’s investigation is also reviewing the integrity of voting systems, and various other issues in the 2020 election.

This comes after the Wisconsin election audit revealed a massive number of fraudulent votes were counted in the 2020 election by “active voters” registered for over 100 years and by inactive voters.

While the mainstream media and Democrats have been quick to label Gableman’s special counsel as “partisan,” the evidence unveiled by the Wisconsin investigation points to legitimate reason for carefully examining what happened in the 2020 election.

President Donald Trump revealed he is watching this audit closely in a recent statement where he said, “All eyes are on Wisconsin as they begin their election audit,” The 45th president added, “Hopefully Republican Speaker Robin Vos has the integrity and strength Wisconsin needs to support Rep. Brandtjen’s efforts. Our Country is counting on it!”

Unlike most states, Wisconsin’s elections are not managed by the secretary of state. In Wisconsin, the Government Accountability Board manages the election in conjunction with almost 2,000 municipal clerks, over 70 county clerks, and multiple election inspectors. This means that the election audit in Wisconsin is not as cut-and-dried as those conducted in other states.

Gableman is now reportedly investigating many of these clerks, as well as mayors and staff members. The focus on the latest subpoenas is centered around the use of the CTCL’s money. Already, multiple reports have shown that Mark Zuckerberg’s CTCL contributions were disproportionately used to benefit Democrats. Gableman’s special counsel will continue to investigate these issues, despite Democrats calling for an end to the investigation.

According to a source at The Western Journal, the latest subpoenas Gableman sent out were all for the Wisconsin Election Commission, mayoral staffers, IT records, and other entities in the state of Wisconsin. However, Gableman’s commission has indicated that other subpoenas could be sent out in the future.

The outlet reports Gableman’s intention with his latest set of subpoenas is to “obtain records, depositions and more information on the election process and organizations that seem to have had a hand in the administration of elections.”

As the Wisconsin election audit continues into 2022, Americans eagerly await the results.

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