I look at election fraud, like the stuff we’re seeing in Racine, WI, and I imagine what would happen if this country really cared about “voter fraud” and actually investigated – like really investigated – what happened in the 2020 election… imagine the horrors that we’d uncover? You can just feel them bubbling right beneath the surface, especially when you see fraud like this.
The Racine sheriff’s department has announced charges to be filed against members of the WI election commission over a voter-fraud scheme that took place in an assisted living community.
The families of eight Ridgewood Care Center residents in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin told investigators their loved ones did not have the capacity to vote – but cast ballots anyway. And in some cases, ballots were cast in November, for residents who had passed away in October.
The recommended charges are the same for each commissioner, the sheriff’s office said, and include:
Misconduct in public office (felony)
Election fraud – election official assisting with violations (felony)
Party to the crime of election fraud – receive ballot non-election official (misdemeanor)
Party to the crime of election fraud – illegal ballot receipt (misdemeanor)
Party to the crime of election fraud – solicit assistance (misdemeanor)
Just The News reported that the Racine County Sheriff’s Office announced that it will file criminal charges against five of the six members of the Wisconsin Election Commission.
Sheriff Schmaling recommended charges to Racine County District Attorney Patricia Hanson for Commissioners Margaret Bostelmann, Julie Glancey, Ann Jacobs, Dean Knudson, and Mark Thomsen. The charges for each commissioner include two felonies and three misdemeanors.
According to the sheriff’s department’s Facebook post, the charges include misconduct in public office, election fraud, and other alleged crimes.
Schmaling’s office has requested Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul investigate alleged illegal directives issued by the commission, particularly not to use the Special Voting Deputy process, which is when the clerk of each municipality brings “enough ballots to each residential care facility to vote” and “assist the voters with the voting process,” according to a commission letter that the sheriff displayed in a PowerPoint attached to the Dropbox in the Facebook post.
The commission instead had absentee ballots sent to the resident by mail.
The Wisconsin Election Commission has said the sheriff’s office’s conclusions are wrong and that no crimes were committed.
Yeah, sure bet…
This is the very itsy-bitsy, teeny-tiny tip of a behemoth iceberg.