On March 3, only two days after former WI Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman and Thomas More Lawyer Erick Kaardal testified before the WI Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections, they appeared on a podcast with 100 Percent Fed Up’s Patty McMurray and the Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft where they discussed the findings of Justice Gableman’s final report on potential voter fraud in the 2020 election.
The 100 Percent Fed Up – Gateway Pundit podcast with Justice Gableman and Erick Kaardal can be seen here:
100 Percent Fed Up reports – Justice Gableman was hired by WI State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R) to investigate the November 2020 election. Brandon got nearly 21,000 more votes in Wisconsin, a state that Donald Trump won in 2016.
As part of his testimony, Special Counsel Michael Gableman dropped a bombshell when he explained how, in Chapter 1 of their report, the CTCL’s (Center for Tech and Civic Life) “$8.8 million Zuckerberg planned grant” to Wisconsin’s top five Democratic stronghold cities (Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Madison, and Green Bay) used in the November 2020 election “facially violates the Wisconsin law prohibiting election bribery.”
As part of their investigation, Thomas More Lawyer Erick Kaardal interviewed nursing home patients and members of their families who voted in the November 2020 election to prove the election was stolen in several ways in Wisconsin.
Here is a sampling of Mr. Kaardal’s interviews:
Now, almost two weeks after Justice Gableman and Erick Kaardal testified in front of the WI Election Assembly, Republican (RINO) Speaker Robin Vos admits that widespread voter fraud took place in Wisconsin. Vos made the statement to the press after attending a closed-door meeting with a group of concerned WI residents advocating for decertification of the November election, including a GOP candidate for governor and State Rep. Timothy Ramthun (R) this afternoon.
Even though Justice Gableman explained during his testimony that the WI legislature HAS the power to decertify the November 2020 election, Speaker Vos claims the legislature does NOT have the power to take this action.
Following the meeting, RINO Robin Vos believes the fraud in Wisconsin was widespread but says the Legislature can’t decertify
— George (@BehizyTweets) March 16, 2022
Phil Kline of Thomas More’s Amistad Project interviewed Wisconsin clerk Linda Sinkula on September 27, 2021, where she describes learning from an election worker that Democrat operatives were registering voters in nursing homes, including those who don’t normally vote. Under Wisconsin law, bipartisan teams of Special Voting Deputies are required to register and assist nursing home residents with absentee ballots.
This interview spawned extensive investigations into potential fraud at Wisconsin nursing homes, including heart-wrenching interviews with residents and their families that were featured in an Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections hearing on March 1, 2022.