Madison – Tomorrow, Tuesday May 17, 2022, Attorney Erick Kaardal will ask the Courts for a judicial review against the Wisconsin Elections Commission for dismissing legitimate citizen complaints. Included in the complaints are the contracts between the Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) and five Wisconsin cities: Racine, Madison, Kenosha, Green Bay and Milwaukee.

State Representative Janel Brandtjen, chair of the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections, refers to page 19 of Justice Gableman’s Second Interim Investigative Report:

“The record created by public document requests shows that CTCL, a private company headquartered in Chicago, engaged in an election bribery scheme. CTCL reached out to the City of Racine to allow CTCL to provide grant money to certain handpicked cities in Wisconsin to facilitate increased in-person and absentee voting in the cities.”

Justice Gableman goes on to document his case in the following pages of the report.

WisconsinEye will broadcast the hearing live at 1:30pm tomorrow for those who are interested in learning more about the inadequacies of the 2020 election.

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