Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman continues the fight for election integrity.
According to the latest reports, Gableman has issued subpoenas for Dominion Voting Systems and Electronic Systems & Software of Nebraska regarding information on voting machines used during the 2020 election.
Previously, we had reported that Gableman issued over 70 subpoenas to various organizations, municipalities, and local officials in an effort to uncover the truth about the 2020 elections in Wisconsin.
We are still waiting on the details of his final report, but Democrats seem to be obstructing his efforts every chance they get.
I have said it time and time again, but Wisconsin had more obvious reports of fraud than any other state I can think of.
Here’s what we currently know:
Judge Gableman from Wisconsin has issued subpoenas for the machines including Dominion.
Zuckerberg we’re coming for you next! pic.twitter.com/WuoWxtQtyj
— J (@QuantumMed3) January 18, 2022
Wisconsin's 2020 election investigator Judge Michael Gableman has subpoenaed dominion in his probe
His report is coming this February
— George (@BehizyTweets) January 17, 2022
Yahoo News tells us:
Gableman’s subpoenas, first reported by WisPolitics, demand company officials produce the requested documents later this month and order them to testify in private at his rented office space in Brookfield.
Gableman set a series of deadlines to receive the documents and testimony, with the earliest on Wednesday.
It is unclear what authority Gableman and Assembly Republicans have to demand information from out-of-state entities.
Former Supreme Court judge Michael Gableman has subpoenaed Dominion Voting Systems and Electronic Systems & Software (ES&S) in his continued investigation of the 2020 presidential election. – TGP
— Suzy (@Suz_7777) January 17, 2022
Michael Gableman former Wisconsin Supreme Court judge has issued tech voting companies with Subpoenas so he can investigate the 2020 election.
He is concentrating in 5 locations where irregularities were most noted including where Facebook operated. https://t.co/wKGivyOyRV
— David Atherton (@DaveAtherton20) January 18, 2022
The Gateway Pundit had this to say:
The October subpoenas sought all records related to grants from the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a group funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
According to News Talk 1130 CTCL is accused of taking over the administration of the presidential election in Green Bay and having undue influence on election administration in Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, and Madison.