By Patrick Colbeck
One of the most common retorts by those who assert that the 2020 election was “the most secure election in history” is that any fraud that did occur “was not widespread”.
That narrative was blown out of the water by the Racine County, WI Sheriff’s office on Thursday, October 28, 2021. During an hour long press conference (viewable at link below), Sheriff Schmaling and Sergeant Lull provided a systematic case for how the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) committed statewide election fraud.
Per the Racine County Sheriff’s office, there is evidence that the following Wisconsin statutes were violated in statewide directives issued by the Wisconsin Elections Commission:
6.84 Legislative Policy
LEGISLATIVE POLICY. The legislature finds that voting is a constitutional right, the vigorous exercise of which should be strongly encouraged. In contrast, voting by absentee ballot is a privilege exercised wholly outside the traditional safeguards of the polling place. The legislature finds that the privilege of voting by absentee ballot must be carefully regulated to prevent the potential for fraud or abuse; to prevent overzealous solicitation of absent electors who may prefer not to participate in an election; to prevent undue influence on an absent elector to vote for or against a candidate or to cast a particular vote in a referendum; or other similar abuses.
6.875 Absentee Voting In Facilities
“If a qualified elector is not able to cast his or her ballot on 2 separate visits by the deputies to the home or facility, the deputies shall so inform the municipal clerk . . . Who may then send the ballot to the elector . . .”
– This statute is the “exclusive means” of absentee voting in residential care facilities
– Shall dispatch two Special Voting Deputies (“SVDs”) to the facility
– The SVDs shall personally deliver the ballot
– NO employee (or past employee of the last two years) may be an SVD
– Notice of the SVDs visit shall be posted at the facility
– The SVDs shall witness the vote and may assist in marking the ballot
– The SVDs shall NOT accept an absentee ballot not issued by an SVD
– No individual other the a SVD or relative may assist the voter
– The SVDs shall seal the ballot envelope and deliver it to the clerk
12.13 Election Fraud
•§ 12.13(2)(b)(7) – “In the course of the person’s official duties or on account of the person’s official position, intentionally violate or intentionally cause any other person to violate any provision of chs. 5 to 12 for which no other penalty is expressly prescribed.”
•§ 12.13(3)(n) – “Receive a ballot from or give a ballot to a person other than the election official in charge.”
•§ 12.13(3)(p) – “Receive a completed ballot from a voter unless qualified to do so.”
•§ 12.13(3)(s) – “Solicit another elector to offer assistance under s. 6.82 (2) or 6.87 (5), except in the case of an elector who is blind or visually impaired to the extent that the elector cannot read a ballot.”
This is the first sign nationally of law enforcement acting upon allegations of election fraud and performing an investigation of those allegations. We now need to wait and see if this investigation will result in prosecutions. This decision is in the hands of the District Attorney for Racine County.