MADISON — As the Republican-led Legislature works on at least a dozen election reform bills, the Wisconsin Elections Commission has released a draft report meant to show just how rare voter fraud is.
But state Rep. Janel Brandtjen (R-Menomonee Falls), co-chair of the Assembly committee investigating last November’s elections, says the left’s whitewashing attempt collides head-on with the dirty business of the Zuckerbucks scandal and myriad other “irregularities.”
“As much as the Democratic Party and the mainstream media would like to move on from the 2020 election with their usual ‘nothing to see here, please don’t look any further’ stances, we have uncovered real problems with the 2020 election,” Brandtjen said Tuesday in a press release.
According to a WEC’s draft report, Elections officials have referred 41 complaints of voter fraud to district attorneys since August. Half of those complaints reportedly took place in La Crosse, where 22 people registered to vote using a UPS Store address instead of their home.
The cases included double voting and felons casting ballots, according to the report.
Mainstream media declare the 41 cases represent a “fraction of votes cast in the fall and spring” elections. But the news accounts turn a blind eye to the many voting integrity questions surrounding the presidential election, some of those critical questions created by the same Elections Commission that compiled the voter fraud report.
“We are not going to look away from the two clerks in Milwaukee and Madison who turned 70,000 indefinitely confined voters into roughly 260,000 voters without an ID,” Brandtjen said of the broad expansion of “indefinitely confined” voter status liberally — and illegally — employed during the pandemic.
And she pointed to Wisconsin’s “Zuckerbucks” scandal, exposed in shocking emails about the involvement of outside liberal groups in the presidential election.
“We’re not going to just pretend that Mark Zuckerberg, who was busy using Facebook to silence conservative speech on the front end, was not funding ‘Get out the Vote’ efforts in wards that vote heavily democrat on the back end,” Brandtjen said of the millions of dollars left-leaning groups funded by the Facebook founder dumped on Wisconsin’s five largest and most Democrat heavy cities.
The Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) spent more than $8 million, records show, in the so-called “WI-5” cities. Complaints filed with the Elections Commission allege the cities allowed CTCL’s liberal activist partners to illegally take over election administration functions.
“We will also not overlook that the bought-and-paid-for Zuckerberg operatives took over ‘ballot curing’ in Green Bay and maybe elsewhere, possibly affecting tens of thousands of votes,” Brandtjen said. “We have no idea how involved they were in the Green Bay election, and the mayor refuses to come before the committee to explain himself.”
But voter fraud isn’t a problem, according to WEC and the mainstream media.
“The November 2020 election had a lot of irregularities and to ignore them would not serve the people of Wisconsin,” the Brandtjen said.