It’s all slowly coming out now……
Records, files, news reports, sworn affidavits, and testimonies have all slowly been revealing the massive fraud which took place during the 2020 elections.
The kind of fraud which occurs through connections, and a vast network of connected individuals, and organizations.
The 503C Shuffle, as I like to call it.
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Green Bay was no stranger to this type of fraud…….
I’m talking about Democrats “helping” to conduct elections, but have clear funding from outside institutions, and organizations.
Organizations funded by Mark Zuckerberg and others.
I wonder why outside institutions are offering to “help” in the conduct of ANY elections in the first place? Why is any of these even remotely seen as ok?
Take a look:
Fox 11 reported:
One of Roth's arguments centers around Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, a former Democratic operative, who was working for the Vote at Home Institute. He helped the city with the election as part of a $1.6 million grant from the Center for Tech and Civic Life.
A city document a resident obtained through an open records request shows Spitzer-Rubenstein was assigned to guide the arrival of absentee ballots to the central count operations at KI Convention Center the morning of the election. From there, he is listed as helping supervise the operations.
On Thursday, Genrich, a former Democratic state representative, told FOX 11 that no one from outside city government touched any ballots. However, recently retired Brown County Clerk Sandy Juno, a Republican, testified at a Republican-led hearing at the state Capitol Wednesday that Spitzer-Rubenstein was touching ballots.
Wisconsin Spotlight had more details:
Green Bay city officials insist a former Democratic operative did not have access to absentee ballots leading up to and through the November presidential election.
The emails, official contracts, photos and other documents tell a different story.
Several emails obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight show Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Wisconsin State lead for the National Vote at Home Institute, at several points had contact with and direction over absentee ballots.
The National Vote at Home Institute, was one of several private, left-leaning groups, funded largely by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Spitzer-Rubenstein, with an impressive political resume working for Democratic politicians and campaigns, had significant influence over the administration of the presidential election in Green Bay and, it appears, in Milwaukee. The Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life received hundreds of millions of dollars in funding from Zuckerberg and his wife, money they pumped out in big grants to to cities in the name of “safe elections.”
Spitzer-Rubenstein became the point man for Election Day.