It seems that the GOP Legislature of the State of Wisconsin is taking great pains to ensure that their forensic audit of the 2020 Election will not be defamed and delegitimized. In order to prevent Democrat or mainstream media interference in the lawful, responsible process, former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman is being hired on by Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R) to oversee their review of the 2020 Election results which will be conducted by retired police officers including former Milwaukee police Detective Mike Sandvick and former Eau Claire police Detective Sgt. Steven Page.
According to Conservative Brief, Speaker Vos told the press,
“What we’re after is fairness and honesty,”
Of course, this could also have something to do with President Trump’s severe admonition of the Wisconsin GOP and Vos in particular on June 25th.
A Move To Restore Faith In The Wisconsin GOP
This move from Speaker Vos comes on the heels of a blistering condemnation by President Trump in a statement on June 25th
“Wisconsin Republican leaders Robin Vos, Chris Kapenga, and Devin LeMahieu, are working hard to cover up election corruption, in Wisconsin,” Trump said
“Don’t fall for their lies! These REPUBLICAN ‘leaders’ need to step up and support the people who elected them by providing them a full forensic investigation. If they don’t, I have little doubt that they will be primaried and quickly run out of office,” he added.
The former Supreme Court Judge has been an outspoken supporter of investigating the 2020 Election and has spoken at Pro-Trump rallies in the past.
“I don’t think anyone here can think of anything more systematically unjust than a stolen election,” Gableman told a crowd at a pro-Trump rally on Nov. 7 in Milwaukee.
According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel “The announcement came about 15 hours after former President Donald Trump released a statement blasting Vos and other Republican legislative leaders, claiming the group was engaging in a “cover up” of election corruption.
Conservative Brief reports that Vos said
“The investigation will be given a broad mandate and that the investigators will review tips about the election and will follow up on those that are the most credible.
The retired police officers will have subpoena power and anyone that they subpoena will be immune from prosecution.
Vos believes that the investigators will be able to provide him with a report by the fall.
He said he is more interested in finding laws that should be changed rather than finding those who violated the law.”