RSBN News reports tonight that an audit of Wisconsin will begin in the next couple of weeks:
Wisconsin Republican state legislators approved an audit of the state’s 2020 presidential election results, to begin in the coming weeks. Former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was appointed to oversee the investigation of the election results.
Gableman traveled to Arizona last month to learn about their election audit and how it could be useful in Wisconsin.
“I learned a lot there that will be helpful to my investigation,” said Gableman, who also attended the election fraud symposium led by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in Sioux Falls, South Dakota last month.
Gableman’s investigation is one of several in the state of Wisconsin. The nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau is reviewing the results of last year’s election. Republican State Rep. Janel Brandtjen, chairwoman of the Assembly Elections Committee, issued subpoenas to election clerks in Brown and Milwaukee counties for voting machines and ballots.
President Donald Trump issued a statement calling Brandtjen a “strong and great leader.”
“All eyes are on Wisconsin as they begin their election audit,” said Trump. “Hopefully Republican Speaker Robin Vos has the integrity and strength Wisconsin needs to support Rep. Brandtjen’s efforts. Our Country is counting on it!”
The investigation is one of several ongoing or pending Republican-backed probes. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester is leading the audit, although he originally tried to water down the audit, a week ago, he met with President Trump on his private jet, and then he began to become more aggressive. He now fully backs a forensic audit. The legislature has voted $680,000 for the effort, but they could increase that amount if necessary.
President Joe Biden won Wisconsin by about 21,000 votes, but on November 4th 140,000 votes were dumped and curiously every single vote was for Biden and not a single vote for President Trump. Biden allegedly won by 20,000 votes.
Speaking at an event in Madison on Monday morning, Gov. Tony Evers called the election investigation “outrageous.”
“Apparently they’re all drinking the Kool-Aid,” Evers said. “What it tells me is that this is going to be wide-ranging — I think probably $680,000 is a minimum — and they’re going to be coming up with all sorts of things that just frankly aren’t true.”
Evers said the investigation amounts to “a lot of wasted money.”
The investigation is one of several ongoing or pending Republican-backed probes into the 2020 election. This effort was initially ordered by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, earlier this summer. Vos has received harsh criticism from some Republicans, including former President Donald Trump, who have argued he hasn’t done enough to look into potential problems with the election results.