The Racine Sheriff’s Office announced on Thursday they will hold a hearing on Thursday at 11 AM at the Sheriff’s substation.
Sheriff Christopher Schmaling promised to unveil the results of an extensive investigation with implications throughout Racine County and Wisconsin.
The Racine Sheriff’s Office made the announcement Wednesday on their Facebook page.
The Gateway Pundit friend and contributor Jefferson Davis attended the briefing this morning.
As TGP reported earlier.
Of the absentee ballots, over 265,000 ballots were in an indefinitely confined status, compared to 67,000 in 2016. This was an increase of 200,000 indefinitely confined voters.
The Wisconsin Election Commission claims that a majority of indefinitely confined voters “have a photo ID on file or have otherwise previously presented photo ID to vote in a recent election. A review of election records found that approximately four fifths of the voters meet these criteria.” (However, it is unknown how many individuals were sampled and which locations this estimate came from. Although this estimate might be overstated based on the work they performed to obtain this estimate, that’s still 52,000 ballots in the 2020 election in Wisconsin with no photo ID provided.)
Today during the press conference the Racine Sheriff’s Office brought forth evidence that the Wisconsin Election’s Commission BROKE THE LAW.
The Wisconsin Election’s Commission took advantage of senior citizens in nursing homes who had their votes stolen.
This was illegal behavior against Wisconsin State Law.
The Wisconsin Election Commission sent out instructions to nursing homes in all 72 counties on how to break state law with their residents!
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