Wisconsin Hearing Exposes Election Misconduct

Wisconsin Hearing Exposes Election Misconduct

(AmericanProsperity.com) – An open records request regarding the Wisconsin 2020 election uncovered countless criminal actions, including illegal access to a database that delivered real-time reporting of voters and non-voters during the election.

One of the most alarming discoveries was the hiring of Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, who works for the National Vote at Home Institute. This “vote by mail” advocacy group has ties to both the Democratic Party and its campaigns.

The city of Green Bay allegedly paid Rubenstein money out of a $250 million grant from a fund connected to Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla.

According to reports, $1.6 million of that money was initially allocated to the nonprofit Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL). The organization then used the funds to pay Rubenstein for his consulting services, morphing him into a de facto elections administrator.

Troublingly, Rubenstein had direct access to voting machines and records before and on election day. At least one person claims he inquired about curing ballots.

Republican lawmakers called for the immediate resignation of Mayor Eric Genrich after discovering he had given Rubenstein complete authority in the 2020 election to include access to the city’s central ballot counting location.

Wisconsin election laws state that city municipality will have their own municipal clerk supervise elections and registrations. This self-governance did not happen in the five largest cities of Wisconsin.

Instead, the mayor and municipal clerks debated how to use the grant money in a series of emails and conference calls between May and August 2020. They allegedly sought to “develop a robust plan for elections administration for all five communities.” That suggests the city failed or refused to follow state election laws.

Several election observers testified that they saw Rubenstein answer questions for poll workers at the location where they counted absentee ballots on the day of the election.

Brown County Deputy Clerk Sandy Juno said she called Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe to inquire about Rubenstein’s role before and on election day. Wolfe says she had never heard of the man until after the election, adding that no one ever formally complained about him exceeding his authority before.

The investigation is still ongoing, with many more questions about why Green Bay hired a DNC outsider to help Wisconsin run the 2020 presidential elections. Exactly why did he have so much access and authority?

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