Wisconsin Sheriff Stuns Naysayers Investigation Uncovers 2020 Election Fraud
The Racine County Sheriff’s Office began an investigation shortly after the presidential election last fall. It began when the family of a former resident at a nursing home called to make a complaint.
The family complained that their relative passed away in October of 2020 however somehow voted via absentee ballot in the 2020 elections. That person was a resident at the Ridgewood Care Facility.
Sgt. Michael Luell from Racine County began a thorough investigating due to the hyperpartisan nature of the investigation and found that the long term care facility saw an unusual surge in voting activity in 2020. According to the Sheriff’s office eight out of 42 families said loved ones residing at the facility didn’t have the cognitive ability to vote and somehow did.
The investigation was only carried out at this one nursing home however Sheriff Schmaling is calling for a probe across the state.
Wisconsin Elections Commission specifically wrote they “need the flexibility to not follow the law,” during the pandemic, despite having NO legal authority to suspend voting law during emergencies. pic.twitter.com/UyTvgxTtcA
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State Democrats are claiming that the investigation is “nothing more than a publicity stunt.”
“Today’s press conference was nothing more than a publicity stunt. The Racine County Sheriff’s Department has been wasting taxpayer money in an attempt to rehash discredited claims about the 2020 election results. There weren’t any charges filed or even any suggested. The press conference didn’t shed light on any election fraud, but did reveal the Racine County Sheriff’s department may have broken the law during their own farce of an investigation,” Democratic Executive Director Devin Remiker said.
In light of the investigation Republicans are calling for Meagan Wolfe, head of the Wisconsin Elections Commission to resign.
“I am calling for the immediate dismissal of Meagan Wolfe as the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) Administrator as well as the WEC staff who gave advice to break the law and members of the Elections Commission who voted to break the law. Those actions are the very definition of malfeasance in office.
“And if the Wisconsin Attorney General continues to refuse to uphold the law then he should resign, too,” said State Rep. Joe Sanfelippo.