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President Trump Responds To Gableman Developments


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We recently reported that Special Counsel Michael Gableman has moved forward with calls to decertify Wisconsin.

As I have said numerous times, Wisconsin was the ground for several extremely serious election ‘discrepancies‘ such as 83,000 ballots which vanished under mysterious circumstances, and over 200,000 voters quietly removed from the rolls.

Wisconsin might quite possibly be ground zero for election fraud in 2020, as the evidence and potential remedies like decertification are growing rapidly in the state….

They may even be the 1st state to decertify.

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In case you missed President Trump’s response to Gableman’s renewed calls to decertify the results of the 2020 election in Wisconsin, here it is:

CBS News had more on Gableman’s recent calls to decertify Wisconsin:

Gableman’s report dredged up many of the arguments that conservatives made about the 2020 election. It largely focused on grants that the Center for Tech and Civic Life made to five large cities and revisited how voting was conducted in nursing homes.

The decertification suggestion was met by swift criticism from members of both parties. Republican Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke shot it down, saying it is “still not legal under Wisconsin law.”

 

Left leaning Politico had this to say:

Nevertheless, Gableman alleged a partisan conspiracy from CTCL to boost Democrats, dismissing the grants elsewhere as “insubstantial.” Federal and state courts have previously rejected lawsuits challenging the legality of the grants.

Gableman’s report argues that the Legislature could “decertify the certified electors in the 2020 presidential election” by the state Legislature first voting to conclude that the election was held in violation of state law, then claiming that “the level that fraud or other illegality under Wisconsin law could have affected the outcome,” and then exercising “its plenary power to designate the slate of electors it thought best accorded with the outcome of the election.”



 

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