Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Hon. Michael Gableman testified Wednesday in front of the Wisconsin Committee on Campaign and Elections. Gableman has been investigating numerous abnormalities during the 2020 election. One of the aspects of his investigation is the relationship between former Facebook employee Michael Spitzer Rubenstein and the mayors of Madison and Green Bay. Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich is said to have, actually turned over the election in his city to Democratic operatives tied to Mark Zuckerberg, who spent $8.8 million in 5 Wisconsin cities.
Gableman told the committee:
“It’s very clear that Mark Zuckerberg’s Goal Was to Defeat Donald Trump and Elect Joe Biden.”
Zuckerberg gave the five mayors the money for COVID relief, but then changed horses in midstream to a get out the vote campaign. Gableman said Zuckerberg’s actions resembled David Plouffe’s roadmap to defeating Donald Trump. That could be construed as election interference. He is now threatening to subpoena former Facebook employee Michael Spitzer Rubenstein to testify on the funding. He said that he will be seeking to jail the two mayors if they do not agree to questioning.
BREAKING: WISCONSIN’S MICHAEL GABLEMAN TESTIFIES BEFORE THE CAMPAIGN & ELECTIONS COMMITTEE ON ELECTION INVESTIGATION!
“Its very Clear that Mark Zuckerberg’s Goal Was to Defeat Donald Trump and Elect Joe Biden” pic.twitter.com/BC4SuFiTL8
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An attorney for Assembly Republicans is seeking to jail the mayors of Madison and Green Bay if they don’t sit for depositions soon — even though the two say he never gave them a final date for when they were supposed to meet with him.
A lawyer for Green Bay’s mayor fired back Thursday, saying he planned to pursue legal sanctions against Michael Gableman, the former state Supreme Court justice who is overseeing the Republican review of the election.
Gableman this week sought court orders requiring Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich to answer his questions or be jailed if they decline to do so.
In his filings, he contended the pair had defied his request that they meet with him in November. The two have disputed they were required to meet with him then.
Jeffrey Mandell, a lawyer for Green Bay, sent a letter to Waukesha County Circuit Judge Ralph Ramirez saying Gableman’s legal work was so shoddy that he would seek legal sanctions against Gableman.
Mandell argued Gableman had filed the wrong kind of lawsuit in the wrong court. The type of case Gableman brought should only be used when private individuals have disputes over money, Mandell contended.