Wisconsin AG Trolls Trump Over Treasonous Attempt To Steal Election

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Donald Trump’s followers and those just trying to do their governmental jobs have had a very tense Monday. It is the day that state electors come to their state capitols and announce their Electoral College votes. Trump has invested all of his energy in trying for a daylight coup of America. He is failing.

Senior Investigative Reporter & Editor at Law Crime News Adam Klasfeld tweeted about the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision on another one of Trump’s frivolous lawsuits:

‘Wisconsin AG @JoshKaulWI on the state’s high court ruling:

‘”Today’s decision is a repudiation of a sordid attempt to steal the authority to award our electoral votes away from the people of Wisconsin. The will of the people has prevailed.” ICYMI:’

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Conservative Justice Brian Hagedorn wrote the 20-page majority opinion:

‘Our laws allow the challenge flag to be thrown regarding various aspects of election administration. The challenges raised by the Campaign in this case, however, come long after the last play or even the last game; the Campaign is challenging the rulebook adopted before the season began. Election claims of this type must be brought expeditiously. The Campaign waited until after the election to raise selective challenges that could have been raised long before the election.’

Klasfeld added to the Wisconsin AG’s statement:

‘The Wisconsin AG’s statement continues: “The flood in several states of post-election challenges that never had a chance to succeed on the legal merits is, however, major cause for concern.”‘

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Justices Jill Karofsky and Rebecca Dallet pointed out that the Trump fraud claims failed:

‘As acknowledged by the President’s counsel at oral argument, the President would have the people of this country believe that fraud took place in Wisconsin during the November 3 ,2020 election. Nothing could be further from the truth. The President failed to point to even one vote cast in this election by an ineligible voter; yet he asks this court to disenfranchise over 220,000 voters. The circuit court, whose decision we affirm, found no evidence of any fraud.’

The continued:

‘The evidence does show that, despite a global pandemic, more than 3.2 million Wisconsinites performed their civic duty. More importantly as it relates to this lawsuit, these voters followed the rules that were in place at the time. To borrow Justice Hagedorn’s metaphor, Wisconsin voters complied with the election rulebook. No penalties were committed and the final score was the result of a free and fair election.’

Hagedorn rebuked Thomas More Society, a right-wing charity that called Rudy Giuliani a litigation “partner:”

‘Such a move would appear to be unprecedented in American history. One might expect that this solemn request would be paired with evidence of serious errors tied to a substantial and demonstrated set of illegal votes. Instead, the evidentiary support rests almost entirely on the unsworn expert report of a former campaign employee that offers statistical estimates based on call center samples and social media research.’

Attorney General for Wisconsin Josh Kaul said the ruling was ‘ a repudiation of a sordid attempt to steal the authority to award our electoral votes away from the people of Wisconsin:”

‘The flood in several states of post-election challenges that never had a chance to succeed on the legal merits is, however, major cause for concern. That this attempt to overturn the results of a free and fair election has failed so spectacularly and consistently is a testament to the durability of the safeguards of our liberty. But we must act to strengthen those safeguards to ensure that any future attempt to corrupt our democracy is also warded off.”’

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