Dirty Woodall-Vogg Defies State Supreme Court and Will Set Up Ballot Drop Boxes in Milwaukee for April Primary


In the early hours of November 4, 2020, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a batch of 143,379 ballots, all for Brandon were dropped into the state totals. 

Last August we unearthed an email that shows the culprits behind the ‘drop’ were laughing about what they had done after the ballot drop!

We all now know about the many states that dropped huge numbers of ballots stealing the race for Brandon.  On the morning of November 4th, America woke up to see the results of the massive fraud in multiple swing states.

In Wisconsin, over 140,000 ballots for Brandon alone were dropped in Milwaukee, giving Brandon the lead.

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We’ve referred to this fraudulent tactic as the drop and roll.

In August  we uncovered an email to Claire Woodall-Vogg, the executive director for elections in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

In the email the sender, Ryan Chew, from the Election Group shared:

“Damn, Claire, you have a flair for drama, delivering just the margin needed at 3:00 am.  I bet you had those votes counted at midnight, and just wanted to keep the world waiting.”

Ms. Claire is the Executive Director of the Election Commission of the city of Milwaukee.

They were laughing about her late night ballot drop!

We reported that Claire Woodall-Vogg was working alone late at night on November 4, 202o, with the voting machines in Milwaukee.  Her actions were caught on video.  There was no one observing this committed leftist as she was working that night with the voting machines in Milwaukee. 

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The Gateway Pundit also reported on how Milwaukee Election Director Claire Woodall-Vogg was giving daily reports on voting data to Democrat operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein and private liberal organizations before the election on exactly who was voting.

Wisconsin radio host Dan O’Donnell told his audience this about Woodall-Vogg’s actions, “In my estimation, the only reason for this is the creation of a massive, and I mean massive ballot harvesting operation ahead of 2020 presidential election.”

The MacIver Institute in Wisconsin gained access to the emails from Spitzer-Rubenstein and Woodall-Vogg.

Woodall-Vogg admits to handing over the daily reports to the liberal groups.

For some strange reason, dirty Claire Woodall-Vogg still is in the Milwaukee Election Commission Executive Director.

And now Woodall-Vogg is defying state law by allowing ballot drop boxes in Milwaukee for the April primary.

WISN reported:

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled ballot drop boxes couldn’t be used in next month’s election, but Milwaukee is keeping them in place.

Milwaukee election officials said they have found a way to let voters continue to drive up and drop off their ballots by temporarily turning early voting sites into extensions of the elections office.

Absentee voters won’t be able to use 24-hour ballot drop boxes for the April 5 election after the Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld a Waukesha judge’s ruling last month banning them.

But Milwaukee election officials have found a way to keep the drop boxes as an option for voters.

“We will have additional staff with staffed drop boxes, for curbside pickup,” Milwaukee Election Commission Executive Director Claire Woodall-Vogg said.

Drive-up ballot drop boxes will be open on two Saturdays ahead of the April 5 election, at nine early voting sites around the city.

“What allows you to do that?” WISN 12 News reporter Kent Wainscott asked.

“So the judge in Waukesha did say that he believes that we can extend the clerk’s office, or in my case the elections commission office, to our in-person absentee voting sites,” Woodall-Vogg said.

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