Milwaukee continues to be in the running for the election fraud capital of the Midwest.
In the 2020 Election, late at night, over 145,000 votes were recorded all for Brandon in Milwaukee. This was enough to steal the state for Brandon.
Numerous questionable and corrupt activities were later identified after the election which led any non-biased observer to conclude that the 2020 Election in Wisconsin never should have been certified.
Now it looks like the Democrats in Milwaukee are up to no good again, according to Empower Wisconsin:
Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson and his aide sought advice from a Democratic Party operative on how to explain a citywide get-out-the-vote campaign that critics have called Zuckerbucks 2.0, according to texts and emails obtained by Empower Wisconsin.
The communications, sought by state Rep. Janel Brandtjen (R-Menomonee Falls) through an open records request, show Johnson and aide Jeff Fleming asking Dem heavy Sachin Chheda how to respond earlier this month to reporters questions on “Milwaukee Votes 2022.”
The texts also note the liberal advocacy groups involved, including an organization with close ties to the Chicago-based Center for Technology & Civic Life. CTCL received hundreds of millions of dollars in donations from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to fund controversial “safe elections” grants in which liberal and Democratic Party operatives were embedded in the election offices of Wisconsin’s largest and Dem-heavy cities. (See picture of Shheda below).
Empower Wisconsin continues:
“I also said Milwaukee probably has more raw republican voters than and (sic) other city and I’d imagine that their candidates for statewide office probably want voters engaged too,” Johnson explained. “Also said the city didn’t accept these dollars like before and it’s not running through the city either.”
Maybe. But there sure seem to be a lot of missing documents in the nine pages of records the city turned over to Brandtjen, who chairs the Assembly Campaign Finance and Elections Commission investigating the election integrity questions surrounding the 2020 election.
The records include a text from Chheda to Johnson and Jim Bohl, the mayor’s chief of staff. The text is dated Sept. 2, nearly two weeks before the stuff hit the fan on Milwaukee Votes 2022.
“Wanted to let you guys know we have been approved for a $1 million grant from The Center for Secure and Modern Elections,” Chheda wrote. “The money is coming to the High Ground Institute to support the nonpartisan Milwaukee Votes 2022 Canvass as we discussed. We should set up a meeting next week to give you guys the full update.”
There are no communications included in the records request on the Milwaukee Votes 2022 discussion or the pending update.
The Center for Secure and Modern Elections is a is a left-of-center advocacy organization created as a project of the New Venture Fund, a leading “dark money” pass-through funder and fiscal sponsor, to promote sweeping changes to the elections process, including state laws that automatically register voters at state agencies, according to Influence Watch.
“The Center for Secure and Modern Elections represents itself as a bipartisan organization, but is funded primarily by left-of-center donors. Its parent organization, the New Venture Fund, is part of a $731 million nonprofit network run by the consulting firm Arabella Advisors in Washington, DC.,” Influence Watch reports.
And the center is closely tied to … The Center for Technology and Civic Life.
See below the response from the Milwaukee mayor’s office to state Rep. Janel Brandtjen.