If Democrats are so certain that Brandon “won the 2020 election fair and square — why are they always blocking investigations and audits and harassing investigators?
Leftist groups and liberal judges are targeting and harassing Special Counsel Michael Gableman for his investigation of the 2020 Wisconsin election.
Wisconsin is famous for dropping over a hundred thousand unexplained votes in the middle of the night to give Brandon a lead over Donald Trump in the presidential election.
Since he was hired as Special Counsel in the state’s election investigation former Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman has been hounded by the liberal press, leftist groups and far-left judges.
On Friday Justice Michael Gableman was called into court to testify in a sham case by the far-left group American Oversight to provide public records related to his review of the 2020 election.
During his testimony, Gableman lashed out at Judge Frank Remington for being a partisan “advocate.” After he was done Judge Remington held him in contempt.
Gableman went off on Judge Remington during his testimony!
A Dane County Judge held the office of former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman in contempt Friday for not fully complying with a previous court order to provide public records related to Gableman’s GOP-ordered review of the 2020 election.
Circuit Court Judge Frank Remington issued the contempt order after the conservative former justice refused to provide testimony in the case, brought by liberal watchdog group American Oversight. Gableman took the stand Friday ostensibly to answer questions seeking information on whether the Office of Special Counsel he heads had violated a court order to stop deleting requested documents, but instead lashed out at Remington, accusing the justice of being a partisan “advocate.”
Remington reminded Gableman that he was under oath to answer questions from American Oversight attorney Christa Westerberg, and not to make a speech, but Gableman refused.
“You have a right to conduct and control your courtroom, judge, but you don‘t have a right to act as an advocate for one party over the other,” Gableman said. “I want a personal counsel if you are putting jail on the table. I want an attorney to represent me personally. I will not answer any more questions. I see you have a jail officer here. You want to put me in jail, Judge Remington … I’m not going to be railroaded.”