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Jenna Ellis Discusses ‘Bombshell’ Findings of Wisconsin Special Counsel Report


The Wisconsin Special Counsel last week announced its final report on the 2020 election.

The findings of that report should be making front page headlines.

The mainstream media has instead buried the story.

One of the big findings of the report includes the disturbing likelihood that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg violated several election bribery laws in Wisconsin.

It doesn’t end there though.

There are also accusations of several mentally incompetent nursing home patients who somehow cast ballots.

The 136-page report also mentions illegal ballot drop boxes, and claims that the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) exceeded their authority by ordering officials to disregard state statutes regarding absentee voting.

Jenna Ellis broke down some of the findings of the Wisconsin Special Counsel Report to Newsmax:

Naturally, the media has been silent about these findings..

Many conservatives are doing their best to bring attention to the matter.

The Epoch Times has more details on the report:

Special Counsel Michael Gableman says in a 136-page interim report that he has uncovered numerous instances of alleged lawbreaking in Wisconsin in the 2020 election.

The former justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court was hired last summer by the Republican Speaker of the State Assembly, Robin Vos, to investigate suspected election fraud during the 2020 presidential election.

In the report released March 1, Gableman wrote that his investigation uncovered instances of numerous mentally incompetent nursing home residents, non-citizens, and ineligible felons casting votes.

He cited the use by municipal and county clerks of unstaffed absentee ballot drop-boxes, in violation of state law.

Laws were also allegedly violated when the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) allegedly exceeded its authority by ordering local election officials to disregard state statutes that regulate absentee voting.

The Special Counsel raised concerns that private money influenced municipal officials in the state’s five largest cities to “disfavor” many of their own citizens, as well as the vast majority of state residents, by spending millions of dollars of grant money on voter registration drives, absentee voter efforts, and Get-Out-The-Vote campaigns designed to serve certain favored, and specifically targeted, racial groups, in violation of the equal protection clauses of the state and federal constitution.

President Donald Trump released a statement on the findings of the Special Counsel as well:


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