Wisconsin 2020 election investigation moves forward

by Summer Lane

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Wisconsin Special Counsel Michael Gableman’s investigation into the 2020 presidential election has been extended, thanks to a move from Assembly Speaker Rep. Robin Vos, who wants to “guarantee” the legal authority to issue subpoenas, according to Just the News.

Rep. Vos’ full statement regarding the Office of Special Counsel

Wisconsin has been a hotbed for alleged election fraud, garnering national attention for reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent hundreds of millions of dollars in Wisconsin cities during the 2020 presidential election through CTCL.

In March, Gableman presented a 136-page report to the Wisconsin State Assembly that detailed alleged evidence of illegal activity surrounding election processes in 2020.

For example, Gableman pointed out five major “Zuckerberg” hotspots that received funds. He told the Assembly, “in all of those counties, those nursing homes reported a voting rate of 100 percent, anywhere in between 95 percent and 100 percent.”

Additionally, an informational Wisconsin hearing on election fraud in February previously exposed rampant irregularities that occurred during the 2020 presidential election. The hearing alleged there were over 50,000 illegal phantom votes and 1.5 million illegal voter registrations in 2020. Further, 625,000 dead people were reportedly still on the voter rolls.

The margin of victory for Joe Biden in 2020 was just barely over 20,000 votes. Because of this, the reports of widespread corruption within the election system are especially impactful.

Speaker Vos’ move to extend Special Counsel Gableman’s investigation is a signal that Wisconsin is continuing to move toward exposing fraudulent election-related activity and one step closer to justice for its citizens.

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