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Michael Gableman Issues Over 70 Subpoenas In Wisconsin Election Investigation


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Mark Zuckerberg and his wife gave nearly $500,000,000 to fund federal elections.

According to attorney Phil Kline that’s more than the federal government itself gave in funding to the 2020 election…

Other reports indicate that these 503-c non-profit organizations formed by Zuckerberg and his wife for the express purpose of influencing elections were used to change local election laws, ballot harvest, and more.

Now former Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge Micheal Gableman is going after Zuckerberg, local municipalities, and local officials all over the state of Wisconsin.

Wisconsin had insane ‘discrepancies’ including missing ballots, 200,000 voters removed from the rolls, and even more we have not even begun to uncover yet.

The latest reports claim that Gableman has issued 70 subpoenas in order to uncover the massive election fraud which occurred in Wisconsin during the 2020 election.

Here’s what we currently know:

The Gateway Pundit points out:

Many municipal clerks throughout the state live in very small towns, but in contrast, there are clerks in Wisconsin’s five biggest cities: Madison, Racine, Kenosha, Green Bay and Milwaukee. The clerks, however, are not independent authorities and report to the mayor, the city’s common council or the state elections commission.

Now Gableman is specifically looking into these cities’ mayors, clerks and staffers and how they might have been influenced by funding from the CTCL, which, thanks to generous donations from Zuckerberg, gave approximately $350 million to communities to run elections.

Not everyone was so convinced, and liberals took to social media to disparage the investigation and Michael Gableman. 

One has to ask: if leftists are so convinced that no fraud occurred why would they oppose audits, subpoenas, and general inquiries into the 2020 election?

Why attempt to stop voter ID?

The Wisconsin State Journal reports:

Gableman also said his team has so far spent about $175,500 of the $676,000 in taxpayer dollars Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, allocated for the one-party investigation.

The conservative former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice provided no date by which his investigation would be complete and said he had come to no formal conclusions about Wisconsin’s administration of the 2020 elections, but he also said he knew “what probably happened.”



 

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