Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling and lead investigator Sgt. Michael Luell held a press briefing today outlining evidence of widespread election law violations in the state of Wisconsin.
According to a detailed investigation conducted by their office, election laws were violated in long-term care facilities and resulted in class I felony crimes being committed.
Part of the evidence outlined by Sergent Luell includes the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) sending instructions to residential care facilities in March 2020 telling administrators of the facilities to violate the law and fill out the ballots on behalf of their residents regardless of the legal ramifications. Watch Press Conference below: (Direct Rumble Link)
WISCONSIN – […] The Sheriff’s Office is alleging that the Wisconsin Elections Commission repeatedly broke the law when it advised municipalities throughout the state to not follow state law and no longer require “Special Voting Deputies” to go into nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Typically, SVDs include one Republican volunteer and one Democratic volunteer who go into a nursing home to ensure that those want to vote but cannot physically make it to the polls are able to cast an absentee ballot. That law was waived by a bipartisan vote of the WEC throughout 2020, which the RCSO alleges is illegal and should be considered “election fraud” under Wisconsin statute. According to the investigation, staff members acted as SVDs, even though state law was supposed to have prohibited this. (read more)…