Wisconsin audit investigation could be complete by the end of February

by Summer Lane

As the saga of election fraud continues to unfold in Wisconsin, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has commented to the press that he would like to see the current investigation of the 2020 presidential election to be completed by the end of February.

According to a report from The Gateway Pundit, Vos’ remarks were made shortly after he was speaking with former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, who has been appointed as Special Counsel in the investigation.

The investigation in Wisconsin has been ongoing since 2021, and has been specifically focused on looking into the alleged funds given from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to five Democrat mayors in 2020, a staggering amount of $8.8 million, according to a previous report from RSBN.

Additionally, Special Justice Gableman presented his findings thus far to the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections in December 2021, and stated during the hearing that, “It’s very clear to me that Mark Zuckerberg’s goal was to defeat Donald Trump and elect Joe Biden.”

Interestingly enough, Speaker Robin Vos had been attempting to avoid sitting in for a deposition regarding GOP Assembly election fraud investigation

Gableman also commented that, “Reasonable minds might wonder whether the millions of dollars each of these mayors received from the Zuckerberg may have induced them to do something other than treat all candidates fairly and impartially. And whether those mayors used the Zuckerberg money to get out the vote for Joe Biden.”

According to the Gateway Pundit report, Vos remarked to WISC Politics that he needed Gableman’s completed report on the election irregularities and fraud that occurred in Wisconsin during the 2020 presidential election by the end of February so that he could, “have legislation on the floor to be able to pass no later than the end of our session which concludes in March.”

In December, Democrats in Wisconsin attempted to halt Gableman’s investigation in the courts, but a judge struck down those efforts and ruled that the Attorney General Josh Kaul did not have the authority to block Gableman’s subpoenas in the investigation. However, it remains to be seen if Gableman will be able to conclude his lengthy investigation by the end of February, or if he will need more time.

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