Robin Vos had better not sit too comfortably in his "Taking the Money" chair; someone might be after him with pitchforks, tar, and feathers.
Rep. J. Brandtjen released a letter today explaining why.
...The amount of absentee voting taking place has exposed issues surrounding ballot curing,
‘indefinitely confined’ electors, ballot harvesting and how our tabulators actually work. As
I’ve traveled around our state as Chair of the Campaigns and Elections committee, voters
have made it clear that they want a thorough, cyber-forensic examination of tabulators,
ballot marking devices and other election equipment, which I will be helping facilitate on
behalf of the committee as the chair. The questionable dissemination and application of
guidance by the Wisconsin Elections Commission, the repeated failure to follow state
elections law by liberal partisan clerks, and the recent revelation of the tens of thousands of
new registrations and votes cast by individuals whose driver’s license number, name, and date of birth did not match and were subsequently removed from the state system after
their votes were recorded, are simply outrageous. ...
Say WHAT, ROBIN??
It is clear there are those who continue to oppose more rigorous examinations of electionThe red-highlight above spells R-O-B-I-N V-O-S and perhaps D-E-V-I-N La-M-A-H-I-E-U.
materials in favor of moving on, or were not displeased with the results of the November
2020 election. However, if Wisconsin is to have a credible election system, we must keep up with the technology and perform a full forensic and transparent audit. It is incumbent upon myself and the Campaigns and Elections committee to ensure the records essential to the most rigorous and intensive review are made available to the professionals with the greatest capability to conduct it, and increase election process transparency, in order for the public’s confidence to be assured, and that is exactly what I will do.
Sure hope they're prepared for the coming phone calls.