Independent investigations in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania this year revealed that 7% of the ballots dropped into drop boxes in the 2020 election were illegally harvested.
The Gateway Pundit, 100 Percent Fed Up and MC4EI recently released numerous clips of ballot traffickers in Detroit, Michigan in 2020 illegally stuffing the ballot boxes several times with numerous ballots.
We are releasing new video in the coming days of even more Detroit ballot traffickers from the 2020 election!
A Wisconsin station ran a segment on the film 2000 Mules on the ballot box fraud used by Democrats in the 2020 election.
In May The Thomas More Society filed lawsuits against election officials in Wisconsin’s five largest cities over the illegal use of ballot drop boxes.
And now they are getting results.
Green Bay, Wisconsin is the latest city to back out of the use of unmanned drop boxes due to the threat of lawsuits.
Green Bay is the fourth Wisconsin city to ban the use of the drop boxes.
Green Bay Accedes to Voter Lawsuit and Will No Longer Use Illegal Ballot Drop Boxes
Thomas More Society Attorneys Achieve Another Victory Over Violations of Election Law
Green Bay became the fourth Wisconsin city to back down in the face of voter lawsuits over the use of unmanned absentee ballot drop boxes in elections. A Brown County Circuit Court hearing was the scene of the Thomas More Society’s latest election integrity victory for Wisconsin voters. On August 31, 2022, the attorney for Green Bay told the presiding judge that the city will no longer use the illegal ballot drop boxes in elections. Green Bay’s defense was declared moot following a July 8, 2022, Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling affirming that the absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal and that the Wisconsin Election Commission’s advisory opinion to the state’s municipal clerks that they could use these boxes was legally unauthorized.
The Thomas More Society filed the lawsuit against Green Bay on May 25, 2022, representing Wisconsin voters Theresa Sipes and Donald Schneider. The case argued that the city’s use of absentee ballot drop boxes violated state election law.
The briefing on the motion to dismiss included claims by the City of Green Bay that all legal issues were rendered moot by the city’s agreement to abide by the state’s Supreme Court’s decision. That ruling prohibits the use of absentee ballot drop boxes, and specifically passed judgement against the Wisconsin Election Commission.
Thomas More Society Special Counsel Erick Kaardal noted that the city’s acquiescence and the court’s dismissal were expected. Similar results were delivered against the City of Kenosha in Kenosha County Circuit Court on August 23, 2022, and the City of Racine in Racine County Circuit Court on August 26, 2022.
“This is indeed a victory for the voters,” declared Kaardal. “Wisconsin’s elections have been riddled with illegal practices as a result of financial inducement by a partisan player infusing the state’s electoral process with dark money. We are pleased that the Wisconsin Supreme Court has vindicated our lawsuits by affirming the use of these unmanned absentee ballot drop boxes as illegal. However, there is still much work to be done the root out the infection that has corrupted the Wisconsin vote.”
The final hearing on the illegal drop box lawsuits brought by voters against the City of Milwaukee is scheduled to take place on September 8, 2022. Engstrand v. City of Milwaukee et al. is set to convene in Milwaukee County Circuit Court at 2:30 p.m. (Central).
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