The Wisconsin Special Counsel tasked with supervising a review of the 2020 presidential election has subpoenaed several election officials.
According to a report shared at The Gateway Pundit, subpoenas were allegedly served to the administrator of the Wisconsin Election Commission and the Executive Director of the Milwaukee Election Commission. In addition, four city clerks were also reportedly served.
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was previously appointed as Special Counsel in the 2020 election investigation. He addressed his position in a video released in September. “The rich and the powerful have all the representation they need,” he told viewers. He added, “I’m here to make sure the same is true for everyone.”
Previously to issuing subpoenas, Gableman was granted authority to hire investigators to look into the reported voting irregularities in the 2020 Presidential Election in the state of Wisconsin.
“In trying to determine if the election was conducted properly, it is the duty of the public officials who are paid to run the election to answer questions and demonstrate that their management of the election was proper. If they refuse to cooperate, we will compel them to answer questions,” Gableman said.
In light of the newly issued subpoenas, it would appear that Wisconsin election officials are being compelled to cooperate now. The subpoenas reportedly are seeking any records related to grants for the Center for Technology and Civic Life. CTCL is funded by Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. Zuckerberg has come under fire for allegedly gaining access to election operations in Wisconsin cities like Madison, Green Bay, and Kenosha.
At this point, the subpoenas that have been issued in this investigation are precursors to a potential audit. “If we choose to do audits,” Special Counsel Gableman said previously, “the audits will be public. However, investigations are private until completed to prevent harming people or compromising evidence.”
It appears that any suspicious activity that may have occurred during the 2020 election is being taken seriously by Special Counsel Gableman. A possible audit of the election in the state of Wisconsin would reportedly only take place after all relevant information and evidence has been gathered and the Special Counsel has investigated it.
This comes after the Wisconsin legislature announced in early September it would conduct an election audit that Gableman, who also attended Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium, was appointed to oversee.
Wisconsin was one of five contested states in the 2020 election that President Trump was expected to win but was fraught with allegations of fraud.