Special Counsel and former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was appointed in July 2021 to investigate the malfeasance and corruption reported in the Wisconsin 2020 elections with particular attention to five locations where irregularities were noted in relation to interference from foreign powers and big tech. Since then Justice Gableman has been issuing subpoenas to powerful entities such as the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC), the executive director of the Milwaukee Election Commission as well as city clerks from Madison, Green Bay, Racine, and Kenosha.
According to The Dan O’Donnell Show and The Gateway Pundit,
“The subpoenas seek all records related to grants from the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a group funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg that is accused of taking over the administration of the presidential election in Green Bay and having undue influence on election administration in Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, and Madison.”
Reports from Yahoo.com indicate that the investigation has grown in intensity with subpoenas now being issued to Voting system manufacturers Dominion Voting Systems and Electronic Systems & Software,
“Assembly Republicans’ review of the 2020 election has expanded outside of Wisconsin with subpoenas to two companies that manufacture voting machines and software.
Former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman in December issued orders to Colorado-based Dominion Voting Systems and Electronic Systems & Software of Nebraska seeking records related to the location of the companies’ voting machines in Wisconsin during the primary and general elections in 2020.”
Reportedly Justice Gableman is seeking information regarding the staff of the companies who worked on Wisconsin equipment or communicated with anyone in Wisconsin during the run-up to and implementation of the 2020 Election. The subpoenas first revealed by WisPolitics require that the companies provide all requested documents within the month and further orders them to testify in person at his offices in Brookfield, WI. The Justice also set a series of deadlines on the documents and testimony, the earliest of which is January 19th.
The Judge Must Be On To Something – They’re Desperate To Stop Him
This news comes just days after another Wisconsin Judge, Dane County Circuit Judge Rhonda Lanford ruled against an attempt by Wisconsin’s Democrat Attorney General to block Justice Gableman’s subpoena’s and quash his investigation. According to local outlet WEAU, this is unlikely to end the DoJ and Wisconsin Democrats’ desperate attempts to stop Gableman from performing the investigation he was hired by the Wisconsin Legislature to conduct. And with them pulling out all the stops like this, so very publicly, he must really be frightening them.
This morning a Dane Co judge ruled Michael Gableman's subpoenas to state elections officials can stand in 2020 election review, leaving open the possibility for Gableman to conduct interviews in private, which the DOJ has been fighting pic.twitter.com/jH9b2swbK4
— Matt Smith (@mattsmith_news) January 10, 2022