Wisconsin Speaker Vos "Refused to Say" Whether He Supports Election Drop Boxes


Wisconsin Speaker Vos won’t say if he supports legalizing election drop boxes after President Trump’s message over the weekend.

Wisconsin Speaker Vos who supported drop boxes in the 2020 Election was caught over the weekend secretly pushing for more drop boxes in legislation being developed for this year’s Wisconsin legislature. 

After President Trump discovered Vos’s actions he contacted Vos.  

We reported on Sunday that Speaker Vox in Wisconsin was secretly pushing for more election drop boxes in his state.  These things are magnets for fraud as anyone can drop anything in them and get away with it.  President Trump shared our article below three times in his daily statements to his millions of followers since Sunday.

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Wisconsin Speaker Vos Is Secretly Pushing Legislation to Increase Number of Drop Boxes After Judge Ruled Them Illegal in State

Today the local media in Wisconsin asked Speaker Vos about this development.  Channel 3000 reported today:

Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos refused to say Tuesday whether he would support legalizing absentee ballot boxes in the battleground state after former President Donald Trump spoke out against it.

Vos in 2020 voiced support for absentee ballot drop boxes while arguing against the collection of ballots in Madison parks by election workers.

Republicans are working on election-related bills for consideration later this year. Wisconsin law does not currently authorize absentee ballot boxes, even though they were widely used in 2020, an issue that’s the subject of ongoing lawsuits and a growing partisan divide.

On Monday, Trump issued a statement that didn’t name Vos, but said “Some Rino Republicans in Wisconsin are working hand in hand with others to have drop boxes again placed in Wisconsin. Drop boxes are only good for Democrats and cheating, not good for Republicans.”

Since the loss, Republicans have focused on limiting the use of absentee ballot boxes, which saw increased use in 2020 largely due to the pandemic. Wisconsin’s top elections official testified last year that at least 528 drop boxes were used by more than 430 communities in the presidential election.

A bill being worked on by retiring Republican Sen. Kathy Bernier, a former election clerk, would authorize absentee ballot boxes at municipal clerk’s offices only. It would allow cities with at least 70,000 people to install up to three additional drop boxes on municipal-owned property, other than public parks.

A draft of the legislation was posted on the conservative website Gateway Pundit on Sunday before Trump issued his statement. Bernier has drawn fire from some conservatives after she criticized Republicans who are pushing conspiracy theories about the 2020 election and how it was run in Wisconsin.

We will be keeping an eye on this legislation.  To date, Speaker Vos has prevented thorough audits of voting machines and ballots in the state after he certified the fraudulent results. 

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