Wisconsin Republican state legislators approved an audit of the state’s 2020 presidential election results, to begin in the coming weeks. Former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was appointed to oversee the investigation of the election results.
Michael Gableman traveled to Sioux Falls, SD to attend MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s cyber symposium on election integrity in August. Gableman traveled to Arizona last month to learn about their election audit and how it could be useful in Wisconsin.
“I learned a lot there that will be helpful to my investigation,” said Gableman, who also attended the election fraud symposium led by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in Sioux Falls, South Dakota last month.
From Natalie Mittlestadt at JTN, GOP intervenes in Democrat lawsuit against Arizona election integrity laws "The Democratic lawsuit is against an Arizona law that takes dead people off of a vote-by-mail list." Why would Democrats be against removing dead people from voting rolls. It's not like they vote or anything...
There are seven targeted voter regions where similar ballot issues and statistical impossibilities have been identified nationwide: Fulton County, Georgia; Wayne County, Michigan; Maricopa County, Arizona; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Clark County, Nevada; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Madison, Wisconsin.
I have recently been made aware that federal law enforcement agencies have been informed about some of the results from geo-location of cell phone data surrounding “drop boxes” used to collect voter ballots. Essentially, a mapping of specific cell phones which identifies their group association and outlines their activity in multiple states. The data is the data and cannot be refuted.
Soon these types of very specific data-maps will be cross referenced in key precincts and added to any resulting audit outcomes. The cell phone travel of these organized groups creates a map of their activity. Keep in mind, many of ballot collection sites have CCTV systems; some CCTV operations were actually mandated by legislation that authorized the collection drop-off locations. It is not coincidental that public records requests for those CCTV recordings are being met with hostile denials and efforts to stall production.
You know, the way they used cell phones to track the Jan. 6 rioters.
Matt Vespa at Town Hall thinks a Lefty Commentator Just Threw Cold Water Over the Left’s Future Election Hopes
In a post on Medium, Teixeira just wrecks the Left’s hopes and dreams for future political dominance here. Namely that the big dip in white voters could be due to the race question in the survey that was tweaked in 2010 and could’ve caused confusion. He notes that because of that, America is probably whiter than the Left thinks. Second, white voters who vote is higher than their percentage of the overall population. The same cannot be said for nonwhites.At Da Wire GOP Lawmaker Building Support To Boot Dem ‘Spies’ Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger From Republican Conference. Why worry; they won't win their primaries.
In the Jan. 6 melee, from the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 09.03.21, Julie Kelly at Am Great expands on how Jacob Chansley Pleads Guilty to Obstruction, Remains in Jail
Lawyers for some January 6 defendants are challenging the charge in court, insisting it does not apply to political protests or the certification of the Electoral College. One federal judge last month warned prosecutors the obstruction charge suffers from a “constitutional vagueness problem.”
Several defendants have pleaded guilty to obstruction; in July, Paul Hodgkins, who was with Chansley in the Senate chamber on January 6, pleaded guilty. Like Chansley, Hodgkins has no criminal record and was not accused of committing any violent crime. Biden’s Justice Department wanted Hodgkins imprisoned for 18 months, describing the Trump supporter as a “domestic terrorist”; Hodgkins’ lawyer asked for probation. Judge Randolph Moss sentenced Hodgkins to eight months in prison.
Chansley already has been in jail for nearly eight months, which means if Judge Lamberth reaches the same sentencing decision as Judge Moss, Chansley will have served out his sentence prior to his plea.
And at WaEx, Jeremy Beaman reports that the Key FBI agent in Whitmer kidnapping plot posted anti-Trump rants online during investigation
Federal prosecutors dropped the testimony of an FBI special agent involved in the investigation of an alleged plot to kidnap Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer after findings he called former President Donald Trump a "piece of s***" on social media during the investigation's course, according to a defense attorney.
Michael Hills — who represents defendant Brandon Caserta, who is among the six people charged in the case — said during a court hearing Thursday that prosecutors decided not to use Agent Richard Trask's testimony during a pending October trial. Prosecutors gave defense teams access to Trask's social media posts this week, with at least one taking aim at Trump and his supporters, Hills said , according to the Detroit News.
"If you still support our piece of s*** president you can f*** off," read the March 28, 2020, post. "As someone whose wife works in the hospital I hope you burn in hell along with your douchebag f****** reality tv star. His ego is going to kill a lot of people and anyone who supports that is a dumbass. This is what you get when you elect an egotistica/narcissistic (sic) maniac to the top office. He needs people to be nice to him or he won't help. F*** you douche."
There have been suspicions voiced that the kidnap plot was largely an FBI concoction, aimed to be revealed before the election to help the Democrats in Michigan. This certainly tends to bolster that theory.
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