YUGE! Big Ruling By Wisconsin Supreme Court…

History shows the reality that former President Donald J. Trump was crushing the 2020 elections, especially in several swing states, well at least until millions of mystery ballots started appearing at ballot processing facilities around 4 AM in PA, WI, GA, AZ, MI.

Universal mail-in ballots plus Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s non-profits unmonitored drop boxes were identified as 2 of the sources used by the left to insert the illegal votes.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) issued memos to Wisconsin clerks in March and August of 2020 encouraging their use, stating that absentee ballots do not need to be mailed by the voter or delivered by the voter, in person, to the municipal clerk but instead could be dropped into a dropbox. According to WEC, ballot drop boxes can be unstaffed, temporary, or permanent.

This broke Wisconsin law compelling a local attorney, Karen Mueller from the Amos Center for Justice and Liberty, to try to get these ballot boxes removed through the courts since they were not authorized by the legislature, who alone has the authority over how elections are to be conducted per the Wisconsin State Constitution.

On her website, you can find a number of documents, including her petition with the Wisconsin court where she filed a case against the Wisconsin Elections Commission claiming the drop boxes were not legal for many reasons including they violated Wisconsin law. She claimed:

…drop box sites for ballots throughout Wisconsin, were in fact, illegal, since neither Wisconsin Elections Commission members nor county clerks had the legislative power and authority to create and to designate such drop boxes as “official” places where ballots could be cast and received and counted under current Wisconsin law.

Unfortunately, her case was eventually dismissed without comment by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

A couple of weeks ago The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a lawsuit on behalf of two Waukesha County voters in June 2021 challenging the legal status of absentee ballot drop boxes after WEC issued unlawful guidance to clerks, in 2020, encouraging the use of absentee ballot drop boxes, and telling voters that anyone else can return their ballot for them.

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