October 1, 2022

BOMBSHELL: Democrats finally admit they stole the 2020 election results from Judge Gableman’s final report on possible voter fraud in the 2020 election, broadcast on a podcast with Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up and Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit on March 3.

March was discussed, just two days after her previous testimony by the Wisconsin Convention Committee on Elections and Campaigns. The 100 Percent Fed Up – Gateway Pandit Podcast with Justice Gableman and Erick Kaardal can be found here: 100 Percent Fed Up – Gateway Pandit Podcast. Justice Gableman has been hired by Wisconsin State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (right) to conduct an investigation into the state’s upcoming November 2020 election.

In Wisconsin, where Donald Trump was elected president in 2016, Biden received around 21,000 more votes than Trump. In his testimony, Special Counsel Michael Gableman revealed how the CTCL (Center for Technology and Civic Life) awarded “an $8.8 million Zuckerberg grant” to the state’s five major Democratic cities (Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Madison, and Green Bay) planned to use in the November 2020 election “appears to violate Wisconsin law prohibiting voter bribery,” which is detailed in Chapter 1 of their report.

Erick Kaardal, an attorney for Thomas More, interviewed residents of Nursing Home and members of their families who voted in the November 2020 election to demonstrate various ways Wisconsin elections were stolen.

Here is a selection of interviews conducted by Mr. Kaardal: After testifying before the Wisconsin Electoral Convention about two weeks ago by Judge Gableman and Erick Kaardal, Republican (RINO) leader Robin Vos admitted that there was widespread voter fraud in the state. Gov. and State Assemblyman Timothy Ramthun (R) supported the decertification of November’s election, and Vos made the comment to the press after attending a closed meeting with them this afternoon.

Although Judge Gableman said during his testimony that the Wisconsin legislature has the authority not to confirm the November 2020 election, Speaker Vos asserts that the House does NOT have the authority to take such action.

The Tom More Friendship Project interviewed Wisconsin Secretary Linda Sinkula on September 27, 2021, in which she describes learning from a poll worker that Democratic agents were registering voters in nursing homes, including those who do not normally vote to choose to win. the state government. Under Wisconsin law, bipartisan teams of Special Voting Deputies are required to register nursing home residents and assist them in casting an absentee ballot.


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